Home' Phillip Island and San Remo Advertiser : December 23 2015 Contents THE ADVERTISER, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 2015 - PAGE 29
Lisa Roberts 0488 910 368
Wilma Green 0407 833 996
64 High Street, Hastings
Ph: 5979 2489
292 Overpass Road, French Island
Welcome to 'Jukurrpa'
Slice of heaven - stunning views, tranquil living and fully operational cattle breeding farm
178 acres of pristine farm land on two titles situated 65km south of Melbourne. The farm has been cared for
with biological and restorative farm practises and offers an exceptional degree of biodiversity and the
opportunity to start conversion into organic or biodynamic certiﬁcation.
• 14 paddocks with stunning views including 2 fully electrifed bull paddocks and 2 calving nurseries.
• All fences are in excellent condition, most of them new.
• The paddocks are rich and protected by surrounding bushland and shelterbelts.
• There are no foxes on French Island, therefore poultry would be a great option.
• Remnant bush vegetation is fenced off and provides a sanctuary for local wildlife and rare plant species.
• There is an abundance of water on the property, including 8 dams, 6 troughs and 1 bore (not connected.)
• The Main residence (144m2) offers 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, open plan kitchen, dining and living room.
• The Bungalow (49m2) has been recently renovated to the highest standard with open plan living and kitchen
with state of the art appliances. Further features include light-flled bathroom, instant hot water system and
wood ﬁre heating.
• Domestic water includes 44,000lt, plus 30,000lt spare.
•Top of the range off-grid solar system for electricity consumption – SP Pro inverter 7,000 watt, 48 volt battery
storage (German deep cycle dry batteries,) 18 solar panels (175 watt made in Germany) and Kubota back-up
diesel generator. All electricity equipment is stored in separate ‘generator shed.’
• Ample shedding.
• French Island is unincorporated – no rates – no electricity bills – no foxes!
The potential buyer has the option to purchase the farm as a ‘going concern’. French Island is a haven of
tranquillity and all aspects of its natural beauty is captured by ‘Jukurrpa.’
Closing on Friday,
January 29, 2016 at 5pm.
Dwelling 1 - 3 beds, 1 bath
Dwelling 2 - 1 bed, 1 bath
THE recent appointment of Peter Buitenhuis as CEO
is a timely development for real estate office Judith
Wright Stockdale and Leggo of Cowes as it prepares for
what is expected to be a very busy summer season.
Peter comes to this position as a highly qualified sales
He has spent the past 16 years in the real estate
industry after joining Judith Wright Real Estate
when he and his wife Rhonda became permanent
residents here, after almost 30 years of connection
to the Island.
His depth of knowledge in sales and his strong peo-
ple skills saw Peter continue in this role when the Ju-
dith Wright Real Estate business merged with Stock-
dale and Leggo Real Estate, Cowes, in 2011. That
merger saw him take on a leading role as senior sales
manager, specialising in the area of prestige and qual-
Judith Wright Stockdale and Leggo now proudly
hold the position of being number one in Gippsland
for Stockdale and Leggo, and number three out of the
group's 90 offices across Australia.
It is an achievement that the business plans to build
on and strengthen.
Peter's new appointment is part of an internal re-
structuring process that has taken place throughout
the year, and which now sees the creation of three in-
dividual departments in sales, permanent rental and
The sales department is being bolstered by the famil-
iar face and expertise of Mike Foenander who takes on
the role of Executive Residential and Commercial Sales
He is one of six fully qualified agents working through-
out the office.
Each of these departments is headed by experts in
their field who not only work well together as a team
but have their finger on the pulse of real estate across
This is a carefully planned and progressive move
which ensures that this prominent office will continue
Newly appointed CEO Peter Buitenhuis is looking
forward to taking over the reins at Judith Wright
Stockdale and Leggo Real Estate in Cowes.
New leader in Island real estate
to provide top level service in all areas.
It is one of the challenges that attracted Pe-
ter to take on this position and is one that
he believes that he and his staff are well
equipped to handle.
"We are in the business of people. This re-
structure model enables us to build on our
solid team approach which will take us into
the future and strengthen the growth of our
business," he said.
An important component of this growth is a
commitment by all those under Peter's lead-
ership to maintain Judith Wright Stockdale
and Leggo's reputable customer service .
As CEO, Peter will be working full time out
of the Cowes office and is already planning
ahead for the approaching holiday season
and its anticipated demands.
Even though his workload has now in-
creased, Peter will continue to be at the fore-
front of dealings with clients in prestige sales
including those interested in the investment
and development market.
"I am very excited by the opportunity I
have been given and in the challenges that lie
ahead," said Peter.
"Along with our dedicated and professional
team, the developments in technology and
IT that are changing on a daily basis make
for great improvements and developments in
what we have to offer our customers," he said.
"We believe that Phillip Island is growing
and we are growing with it."
When he is not talking to clients, meeting
with staff and setting targets, Peter is hop-
ing to spend some time relaxing on his boat
and fulfilling his duties as commodore of the
Newhaven Yacht Squadron, a position he has
held for two years.
His skills on the trumpet are also well
known, as a member of the band Island
BUYING property is a major investment, both finan-
cially and emotionally. So it's no wonder some people
become a little bit scared.
Realestate.com.au explored some of the common
fears that can stop us from making the leap into the
property market, and what we can do to solve them.
1. Fear of overpaying
2. Fear of buying the wrong property
3. A fear of selling agents or auctions
4. Fear of a bubble or crash
5. Fear of missing out
And that's just for starters.
What's the worry?
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