Ideally Situated, Productive Property Overlooking Beautiful Belubula River
To be offered at auction if not sold prior 104.53 Ha or Approx. 258 Acres With Added Advantage of Council Approved Subdivision Allowing an Additional Building Entitlement
'Carribee' is an attractive, productive, undulating property with rich alluvial river flats rising to gentle hills of basalt loam.
Overlooking beautiful Belubula River the property is ideally situated 4 km to Mandurama, 20 km (CTLX) Carcoar, 25 km to Blayney, 50 km to Cowra and 55 km to Orange.
Improved pastures of phalaris, rye, cocksfoot and clover. 100 weight of super annually over last ten years. Subdivided into six paddocks.
Well-watered with an extensive frontage to very reliable Belubula River. Electric pump on river for stock and domestic use with 5,000 gallon holding tank. Five dams. Rainwater catchment 2 x 5,000 gallons tanks
Rainfall estimated 30 inch to 32 inch P/A.
'Carribee' offers the added advantage of Council approved subdivision allowing an additional building entitlement.
Spacious, solid brick veneer homestead, built in 1992 – thoughtful planning has ensured north facing living areas and sweeping rural views of the property, extending to the Belubula River. Home complete with four bedrooms (3 with built in wardrobes), 2 way ensuite plus 2nd bathroom, formal lounge and dining, family room, electric kitchen with walk-in pantry and dishwasher, r/c air conditioning plus gas heating, linen cupboards, laundry with third toilet, attached double garage, one door with remote control. Separate single garage/workshop.
Owner estimates carrying capacity 85 cows or equivalent.
Comment 'Carribee' is an ideally situated, productive and attractive 258 acre property, suitable for breeding and fattening cattle or sheep. The spacious brick veneer, north facing home commands sweeping rural views extending to the beautiful and very reliable Belubula River. The added advantage of Council approved subdivision allowing an additional building entitlement should not be overlooked.
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