Comprising six titles and 4 km south of Bridgetown, Wambenger Glen' has been under the same ownership for the past 45 years as a cattle and sheep grazing property. For the past 14 years an extensive area of ironstone rock and gravel beds has been operated with about 70,000 tons stockpiled which will attract a royalty when sold.
Soil types are mainly gravel loams and the property is all cleared except for shad and small pockets of remnant bush including old growth Jarrah. Fencing is generally in sound condition with older jarrah posts being progressively replaced by galvanised steel posts and strainers.
Electricity is from 2 separate large transformers with the supply from these being a mixture of underground cable and overhead steel poles.
There is a 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom homestead which was built in 1935. Recent additions include a modern kitchen jarrah & granite benches, lounge, dining & games rooms. The Homestead has its own swimming pool and tennis court.
Cottage 1, the original farm house with kitchen, lounge & 3 bedrooms, built in about 1900 has original doors & window fittings (including much of the old glass) and jarrah flooring and has been recently renovated in this style, including a new galvanised iron roof, for use as a holiday rental.
Cottage 2 was built in 1947 and was renovated including new roof 15 years ago. It has 3 bedrooms, lounge room, large kitchen / dining room & 3 utility rooms.
All houses have rainwater inside for kitchen, shower etc. & dam water for toilets & garden use.
There are two large GP sheds, both with concrete floors and three phase power connected. Both sheds are equipped with powered hoists. One has an internal truck loading bay and the other has an external one. There are a number of weatherboard sheds dating back to earlier times in poor to fair condition.
Water on the property comes from three large dams, one creek fed and one soak fed through summer. There are approximately 30 acres of summer land and swamp in one location which is fed by a permanent spring of good quality water. There are several other smaller areas of summer land bordering the creek and throughout.