A well maintained weatherboard residence situated in a rural lifestyle environment in the quiet, easy accessed township of Woomargama.

“Serenity” Land Area

1.3 HA (approximately) 3 Acres.


Woomargama township is situated 42kms north of Albury City via the Hume Freeway. (An easy 25 minutes.) 20 Kms south of Holbrook, a strong rural community only 340 Kms from Melbourne via Hume Freeway direct approximately 3 ½ hours.

“Serenity” Residence

A well maintained weatherboard residence of three (3) large bedrooms with ensuite facility to the main bedroom plus two (2) spacious living areas, and a well-appointed semi gallery type kitchen with electric cooking, tiled benches and abundance of cupboard space. A comfortable residence with slow combustion wood heater and ducted evaporative cooling. A patio outdoor living area overlooks the surrounding landscape.

“Serenity” Land Utilisation

3 acres of genuine lifestyle land fenced into two (2) paddocks perfect for the horse enthusiast with troughs and excellent fencing. Zoned correctly for future development in the most convenient location an added bonus.  

“Serenity” Water

Mains water connected to the residence plus 20,000L rainwater catchment tank servicing the surrounds.

“Serenity” Gardens and surrounds

Low maintenance garden beds, shrubs and mature trees surround the residence plus lawns and garden features.

“Serenity” Outside Improvements

  • a single but large lockup garage with workshop area
  • Two (2) lockup utility/storage sheds
  • Pump, tank and accessories associated with the rainwater supply
  • Orchard of mixed fruit trees. Fowl enclosure.



“Serenity” Remarks

An attractive smaller rural residential property within an easy commute to Albury-Wodonga and surrounding districts. An opportunity to enter the rural residential market at a lower level enhance cost. An elevated allotment with most attractive northerly aspects, Inspections recommended.  



Easy access via Hume freeway 42kms- (25 minutes) CBD

Two carefully planned, vibrant cities situated on the Murray River with a combined population of in excess of 100,000. Two cities with one ongoing development goal supported by both the Victorian Government and the New South Wales Government with overarching support from the Federal Government. Two cities divided only by the Murray River are able to offer educational facilities, health facilities, sporting facilities and cultural facilities that more than satisfies the needs of the current population with two universities Charles Sturt campus in Albury and Latrobe University Campus in Wodonga plus two safe collages both offering opportunity to proceed to a large number and varied careers. Each city offers a large number of both public and private schools from primary school entry to the year 12, some smaller surrounding townships offer public schooling to the highest levels.

As regards health facilities the two cities are serviced by large public hospitals with overall management of Albury Wodonga Health plus some four private hospitals and specialized treatment centers including the recently completed and nationally acclaimed The Border Cancer Hospital. All these modern major institution are supported by no less than seven (7) satellite hospitals situated in townships with the Albury-Wodonga influence area. It is generally recognized that doctors, surgeons and other branches of the medical p0rofession are among the top level of care available throughout Australia.

Sporting facilities are many and varied and range from team sporting clubs to the opportunity to pursue most inland individual sports. Lake Hume, the pristine mountain districts, the easily accessed snowfields, an abundance of fishing and recreational venues are available only to mention a few. The city councils supported parks and sporting grounds are regarded at the highest level. Cultural and heritage pursuits are available and form a host of avenues. Beechworth Ned Kelly, Early mining. Rutherglen early mining and original wine making. The growth and history of Wodonga and surrounding townships. The history of the Upper Murray early settlement and the growth of agriculture in the whole area. A wealth of interesting topics.

Albury-Wodonga has a temperate climate with cold winters with snow at times as low as 1000 metres plus long warm summers to enjoy nearby rivers and streams.  The autumn and spring periods of the North East of Victoria and the South East of New South Wales in general and the Albury-Wodonga area in particular are popular venues to both the local communities and tourists.

In summary, Albury-Wodonga is a great place to live and, if it suits, one smaller townships surrounding these pro active and enticing cities offer rural living, country community involvement plus the peace and quiet of each beautiful area.



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Address 11 Edward St, Woomargama
Price SOLD
Property ID 1642
Category Rural

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