24 Marshall Lane, BARKLY
Land Area 20 acres
GOLD AND WINE IN THE PYRENEES RANGES: GREAT COMBINATION WITH HOUSE ON 20 ACRES (approx)
Barkly was once the site of gold diggings (c.1859 - at its peak 6000 people were digging for gold in the area) and now is being sought again by a new wave of gold fossikers - who also like their wine. No longer a township - the Anglican Church is a reminder of days past - its location is centered in the Pyrenees wine region: think Moonambel, Redbank. Landsborough and further west, the Grampians. This 20 acre parcel of land has been developed over almost 25 years and offers a 2 bedroom house, living room (wood fire heater), bathroom (shower, vanity and toilet) kitchen (wood fire oven), electric upright, plus outside WC, store room and laundry. A great feature is the complete wrap-around veranda (approx 2m width) There is mains power, 2 tanks (22,5000 Litres approx) shed on concrete slab (power) and a double carport. Two dams (the larger with purpose built run-off and pump) water the mature fruit trees in the adjacent orchard. There is a 'house fence' which encloses 3 acres around the house, sheds and garden. As a weekend get away or for longer spells the property would provide a break from from busy city living OR an excellent base for the dedicated gold digger. Please contact agent for inspection details.
(Directions) - turn right, off the Stawell-Avoca Rd at 'Frenchmans" (blue house on the left) towards Barkly.
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