Elevated conservation to Share with your Local Kestrels as a Weekender or GreenChange
This property is now under offer but it is a conditional contract so you are welcome to submit you interest as the buyer’s group will be first contacted if anything changes and the contract does not proceed. Please submit the property inquiry form. You can also request to review the documents and Section 32 whilst waiting for the outcome.
No further offers will proceed until this process is complete which may be quite lengthy due to the conditions that were negotiated. However if you are in the buyer’s group you will be first advised if and when the property becomes available again.
It is not called Kestrel’s Perch for nothing. Perch yourself up amongst the gum trees and soak up the sounds of endangered forest!
Catch a glimpse through the trees of the incredible views across the Strzelecki Ranges.
Spend the days exploring the slopes of your 36 hectare high priority conservation land, or take advantage of the vineyards, cultural heritage and natural features of this popular lifestyle area.
Take advantage of the incredible house site, existing colourbond shed, and great road access.
The property has excellent habitat for many native fauna and species include wombats, koalas, Nankeen Kestrels, and many other bird species.
A variety of trees cover the property, including Messmate Stringybark, Eurabbie and Mountain Grey Gum. Shrubs found include Snowy Daisy-bush, Hops Goodenia and Prickly Currant-bush.
Located in the Strzelecki Ranges Bioregion, Kestrel’s Perch contains an endangered ecological community and habitat for koalas, part of the endemic Strzelecki / South Gippsland population.
Kestrel’s Perch offers an existing cleared potential house site and an existing colourbond lock-up garage close to Redhill Rd.
Nearby neighbours have protected their property with a Trust for Nature covenant, as have a number of other landowners in the local area.
There are a number of vineyards in the area, as well as plenty of opportunities for bushwalking and bird-watching.
Easy reach to Traralgon 20 minutes away. A great spot to live, or for a weekender, just over two hours’ drive from Melbourne.
Next step is to review more information about this property please submit the property inquiry form and you will be sent additional documents and details. Once you have reviewed that information you are welcome to submit your questions by email and if you would like to visit (pandemic permitting) and our Special Agent will organise that with you.
- Total Land Area: 36 hectare