House of the week
4 BED | 1 BATH | 2 CAR
- Address: 12020 Riddoch Highway, Struan
- Price: Expressions of interest
- Agency: SAL Real Estate Naracoorte
- Contact: Cameron Grundy on 0408 843 096
- Inspect: By appointment
Netley Park was taken up in 1886 and freehold obtained in 1901. The old woolshed was constructed from local stone in 1903, while the old house was erected in 1907.
Built circa 1928, the main home is in the Californian Bungalow style and features four bedrooms, two formal rooms and a cellar.
The home is built into a limestone ridge and appears very sound and well presented. The property is currently used for wool, lamb and beef production while the immediate district is used for cropping and irrigation.
The property comprises a good proportion of limestone ridge with some well-drained red soils over the limestone and heavier black loam with established Red Gum timber near the homestead.
With consistent strong heavy clay loam over limestone, qualities include moisture retention and natural fertility with good levels of organic carbon.
The soil is suited to cropping, grazing and hay production. Cropping includes most cereals to various legumes.
The property enjoys an excellent road frontage and offers a great opportunity for promotion of a stud stock or vineyard as it sits just 10km south of Naracoorte on the Riddoch Highway.
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