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Wirra Willa is a 40.4 ha property (lot 4 DP802208) sited eight kilometres north of Stroud on Mill Creek Road. It faces east, has a 300 metre boundary along Mill Creek and runs to the top of Peppers Mountain.
On the block is a three bedroom timber cottage (about 20 years old). The house has an open plan living area with “ built in” cupboards in all of the bedrooms . There are two bathrooms, and one of them is attached to the main bedroom.
There is a 10 metre diameter shade house and a three bay machinery shed with a concrete floor. One bay of the shed is a lock-up garage, another is a car port and the third is fully lined and used as a store room.
The house is solar powered with the receptors sited on the machinery shed. A battery hut is attached to the shed and 240 volt power is transmitted by underground cable to the house.
There are two linked 20,000 litre water tanks, one attached to the house and the other to the machinery shed. There is another water tank (1000 litres) on a 5 metre tower uphill from the house.
Because of its east facing aspect the property has a diversity of vegetation. There is rainforest along Mill Creek, tall open forest, rainforest with some tropical species below the cliff lines and dry open forest on the lower slopes.
The property is subject to a conservation agreement which covers most of the block except for a 0.94 ha area around the house.
Prior to granting the Conservation Agreement in 1999, the NPWS carried out a detailed fauna and flora assessment of the property and the owners have added to this information over the years with fixed and mobile camera stations as well as actively managing the control of weeds and feral animals.
The owners are looking for a buyer with strong conservation values who will continue to manage and look after the conservation area.