With magnificent views of the ranges that surround the Yarra Valley, this 18.5 hectare property, immediately adjacent to Kinglake National Park, contributes to a significant area of high quality continuous remnant native vegetation many thousands of hectares in size. The simple but comfortable dwelling currently comprises two bedrooms and open-plan living/dining areas which lead to full-length balcony with excellent potential to upgrade or enhance (STCA).
Due to the large areas of connected native vegetation, the general area is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna. The nationally endangered Dianella amoena — Matted Flax-lily has been located adjacent to the property on the river flats. As well as Yarra Burgan, Common Cinnamon-wattle, Spotted Gum and Giant Honey-myrtle.
The mixture of vegetation and landscape features on the property provide known habitat for a number of rare and threatened fauna species previously recorded at/on nearby properties. These include Barking Owl, Powerful Owl, Sooty Owl, Tree Goanna, Brush-tailed Phascogale, Common Dunnart and Spotted Quail-thrush.
The site is located approximately 60 km drive from Melbourne (1 hr 15min drive) and close to all the amenities of the Yarra Ranges; spectacular scenery, award-winning restaurants and wineries, and galleries.
Please note that a Trust for Nature conservation covenant will be placed on the property title.