You know a district is desirable when it is tightly held, and Allan Valley Farm is the epitome of this, having remained in the family for 5 generations. Comprising 38.5 hectares approx. (95 acres approx.) the property is currently divided into 5 paddocks and is eminently suitable for a range of grazing interests eg cattle, alpacas, goats – pursuits which are already very successful in the district.
The sunny north and east facing slopes present a viable viticulture option, as the region is also becoming well known for producing cool climate wines, having been reintroduced by Tom Lazar in nearby Salisbury Road in 1968.
The 16 year old home provides 3 light-filled bedrooms, a north facing, open plan living environment with adjacent kitchen/ meals (which comes with a Falcon oven) wood fire heater and auxiliary split system unit. However, this is a property that truly celebrates the importance of family and the outdoors: a large undercover entertaining area has hosted numerous birthdays and get togethers for large numbers and the garden is a delight.
Ancillary extras are numerous and include:
Sealed road frontage
54,000 litre Rainwater storage
27,000 litre bore water storage
2,800 litre header tank
Potable 59m bore
Car port for 2 cars
8 Bay machinery shed
Studio with concrete floor
40’ Shipping container
Tool shed and garden shed
Good boundary fences – divided into 5 paddocks with electric fences.
Stone fruit orchard
Properties of this nature are tightly held for a reason. The Lauriston Reservoir, Kyneton’s schools, boutiques and dining destinations are 6 minutes by car, as is the express V-Line service, Bendigo is 40 minutes north and Ballarat and Melbourne are reached easily in about 1 hour
** We have obtained all information in this document from sources we believe to be reliable, however, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations.