The new gold
As our planet dries, water will be the new gold. This beautiful 31.65 hectare (over 78 acre) historic property has it in abundance. The picturesque Scotsdale brook – plus three springs and a large dam provide year round fresh water. Then there are the soils: some of the very best in the district. So much so that the property was named “Golden Hill” by the pioneers for its fertility. A character cottage is located near the brook and the original Mount Lindsey school building provides storage and diversity. There are several excellent alternative house sites with great Scotsdale Valley views. The property carries cattle and sheep, with a sound set of cattle yards. Plenty of shed space and a two sealed road frontage – all less than 8km from Denmark.
798 Scotsdale Road