144 Deburgh Rd and 131 Caversham Ave , CAVERSHAM , 6055 , Western Australia

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For sale

$2,700,000

LANDMARK SITE in an INTERNATIONAL TOURISM PRECINCT!!

Property ID: 18465635

STATE PLANNING LEADS THE WAY FOR APPROVAL OF UP TO 90 ACCOMMODATION UNITS ON THE SUPER BLOCK!

EXCLUSIVE TOURISM CENTRALSUPER BLOCK WITH TWO LAND TITLES

Accomodation, Herding, Farming, Wining & Dining, the choice is yours!

A world class food and beverage destination with exceptional visitor appeal.

This is your once in a lifetime chance to secure a mini-suburb as per four street frontages.

The Swan Valley is an important part of Western Australia’s heritage and culture. It is a unique and valued part of Perth’s natural and cultural landscape.

The Swan Valley is located within the Perth metropolitan region approximately 15 kilometres from the central business district and 5 kilometres from the domestic and international airport.

There is abundant fresh water, rivers, fertile soils and fresh water lakes at the foot of the Darling Escarpment. This has provided ideal conditions for the establishment of one of the oldest wine producing regions in Australia. By the late 1940s the Swan Valley had about 4000 hectares of productive vines and more operating wineries than New South Wales and Victoria.

Today the Swan Valley has become a highly desirable tourist destination for local, interstate and international visitors to Perth. The Swan Valley is recognised not only for its heritage and viticulture, but also for its rural character, its varied agriculture, and its attraction to visitors and tourists as a welcome escape from the city. It is conveniently located within short driving distance from the CBD.

Tourism has emerged as an important companion industry to traditional agriculture and viticulture, with a particular emphasis on the food and wine tourism market. One of the important advantages the Swan Valley has over other tourism regions is its proximity to the wider Perth metropolitan area, making it ideal for both day visits and overnight stays.

Wine, food and tourism regions often start out as small, locally grown industries that evolve organically until reaching a level of popularity that makes them appealing Brands that evolve as internationally recognised and marketable destinations. The Swan Valley is internationally renowned as a marketable destination.

The rural character of the Swan Valley has generated increased demand for lifestyle pursuits such as rural living, hobby farming and equestrian activities. Yet it has still managed to be an important source of food such as root vegetables and to include a wildlife reserve inhabited by many species of Birds, Frogs, Fish and regular rural stock.

Today the Swan Valley is a more diverse economic region with a range of land uses, activities and attractions.

Be first in and best appointed to secure this prime and habitable land holding.

$1.5 million AUD @ 131 Caversham Avenue, Caversham (4.31 hectares/ 10.344 acres/ 41,872.5 sqm)

$1.5 million AUD @ 144 De Burgh Road, Caversham (4.66 hectares/ 11.184 acres/ 45,272.8 sqm)

From $2.7 million AUD for Both Free-Hold Properties (8.97 hectares/ 21.528 acres/ 87,145.3 sqm

Contact V’lad – ASAP – 0419-049-983

Land Area8.97 hectares

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Subject: 144 Deburgh Rd and 131 Caversham Ave, CAVERSHAM, 6055, Western Australia

Raine & Horne North Perth

http://www.raineandhorne.com.au/northperth

Phone 08 9328 3322
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