235 McLennan Drive - Nowergup - $3,500,000

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235 McLennan Drive - Nowergup

Tourism Region: Perth

Two Homes with Income on 50 acres

Due to ailing health the owners are reluctantly offering this unique 50 Acre property with two family homes and approx. 1100 Avocado trees, producing fruit. Home 1 is a smart 4x2 brick and tile home with modern kitchen and huge lounge/Games room. Home 2 is a stunning timber cottage with 3 Bedrooms, is bright and breezy with established lawns and gardens including a below ground pool. With current Water Licence of 108,650Kl all the Avocado trees are watered and fertilise, through the automated reticulation system. For packing and dispatching the sheds include storage, packing and a cool room. There are numerous farm implements that will allow the new owner to maintain or expand Avocado production if they choose. This unique property is only minutes off Wanneroo Road giving access to Wanneroo and Joondalup shopping centres and access to the Mitchell Freeway.



Property Address

235 McLennan Drive, Nowergup, 6032, Western Australia

  • Contact Geoff Newby-Butt for more information.

  • Photo for Geoff Newby-Butt
  • First Western Realty - Currambine
  • Office Phone: 07 9305 3355
  • Direct: 0417 184 117
  • [email protected]
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Highlights

  • Two Homes
  • 1100 Avocado trees
  • Water Licence of 108,650Kl
  • Only 40km North of Perth

The Essentials

  • Asking Price: $3,500,000
  • Nowergup, Western Australia

Other Information

  • Business & Freehold

Category Information

  • Small Farms
  • Agriculture

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Perth

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  • First Western Realty - Currambine
  • Shop/12 Currambine Market Place, cnr Marmion & Shenton Avenue, Currambine, 6028, Western Australia
  • 07 9305 3355
  • [email protected]
  • First Western Realty is the evolution of thirty years of Real Estate experience by our principal, Russell Poliwka. The Company operates across all facets of the Real Estate industry: • Residential Sales and Management; • Commercial and Industrial Sales and Management; • Project Management of residential and commercial developments; • Strata Management and Auctioneering Experienced and qualified senior staff responsible for the various functions within the Company are our greatest asset. “Real Estate Excellence” is our guiding culture. In addition to our staff we have established a number of trusted associates that ensures your business transactions with First Western Realty are carried out in an efficient and professional manner. Our associates include: • Settlement Agency • Accountancy Firm • Legal Firm • Surveyors • Engineers • Planners First Western Realty are members of: • Real Estate Institute of Western Australia • Strata Communities Australia (SCA) • Joondalup Business Association Our commitment to you is that we will use all our skills and resources to ensure we achieve the optimum result for our clients. We value the relationship we establish with our clients and this is reflected in the fact that over 70% of our business is from established clients. Honesty, integrity and diligence when applied to experience and knowledge results in “Real Estate Excellence”.

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