Imagine relaxing on your verandah soaking up these views across to Heathcote-Graytown National Park, and the Heathcote Bushland Reserve!
Spend the days exploring your 17 hectares of high priority conservation land, or take advantage of the vineyards, cultural heritage and natural features of this popular lifestyle area. At night you might be lucky enough to spot a Brush-tailed Phascogale or Owlet Nightjar.
Take advantage of the incredible house site and great road access. This is a great spot to live, or for a weekender, just over one and a half hour’s drive from Melbourne.
There are also a number of other landowners in the local area who have protected their property with a Trust for Nature covenant.
Address: 76 Hall Rd, Heathcote VIC 3523
Region: North Central
Size: 17 hectares (approx.)
Price: $165,000 – PROPERTY SOLD
Contact: Trust for Nature (03) 8631 5888 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a Trust for Nature Revolving Fund property
Conservation covenant: As a condition of sale a Trust for Nature Conservation Covenant will be placed on the property title to protect the ecological values of Possum Gully. Typically an allowance for a dwelling, in an appropriate area, is made within the covenant for all Revolving Fund properties.
Long Leaf box, Red Stringybark, and Yellow Box, Grey Box and Red Gum. Shrubs found include Black Wattle, Lightwood and Sweet Bursaria. The ground cover is grassy, with Weeping Grass, Tussock Grass Spear grass and Wallaby grass. Chocolate lilies and Lomandra are also present
Woodland birds, mammals such as phascogales, gliders, echidnas and wombats.
Endangered Grassy Woodland community and Creekline Grassy Woodland communities.
Owlet Rise offers several potential house sites, with views across to Heathcote-Graytown National Park, and an existing small dam.