$4,900,000
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3350 Peak View Road, Jerangle NSW 2630

Rural
22
Block size: 961 Hectares approx.

Whinstone Valley

LAWD is pleased to present Whinstone Valley (the Property) for sale, a proven mixed grazing asset, located in the high rainfall North Eastern Monaro region of New South Wales.

The vendor has revised down price expectations to offers above $5,000,000.

Key investment highlights include:

Scale & Topography
Total area of 961* hectares (2,374* acres), situated in a scenic and protected valley presenting an undulating landscape with timber shelter belts ideal for breeding.

Soils and Pastures
Comprise a combination of predominately Brown Sandy Loams, Earthy Loams and Yellow Podzolic Sands. Pastures are a productive balance of improved perennial pasture species (500* hectares) comprising phalaris, cocksfoot and clover with perennial native grass and clover pastures. Elevation varies from 1,010* meters Above Mean Sea Level (AMSL) to 1,270* metres AMSL.

Up until 2008, the open grazing areas, both improved and native received an application of single superphosphate of 110* kilograms per hectare annually, highlighting the opportunity to increase carrying capacity.

Water
Multiple water sources, 33* dams, a bore and multiple natural creek systems and water courses, supported by the annual average rainfall of 718* millimetres. A reticulated water system supplies a network of nine* water troughs.

Fencing
The Property benefits from fencing in good condition, which is suitable for sheep and cattle. The Property is well-fenced and includes approximately 7.5* kilometres of new fencing comprising mainly plain wires and netting or hinged joint with some electric and steel and timber posts.

Scope of current enterprise
The Property has a long history of conservative management by the current owners, with the current tenure dating back to 1964* (60* years). The Property was operated full time by the vendor until 2008, when they decided to semi retire and reduce their workload by focusing on just the cattle enterprise.

Currently, the Property is supporting 400* agistment merino ewes plus 75* cows and calves. Historically, the enterprise mix prior to the semi-retirement of the vendor, encompassed a 1,500* head self-replacing Merino sheep flock and a self-replacing cattle herd comprising 30* cows in a spring calving system.

Operational infrastructure
- Three-stand raised board wool shed
- Steel sheep yards
- Outpost sheep yards
- Cattle yards,
- Machinery shed,
- Workshop
- 100* tonne in total silo grain storage

Accommodation
Circa 1890* weatherboard homestead that was once a post office, comprising two bedrooms & two bathrooms. The homestead was renovated in the early 1990’s and is surrounded by an established garden.

Location
Convenient location being 36* kilometres from Bredbo, 56* kilometres from Cooma, 110* kilometres from Canberra, 153* kilometres from Thredbo (ski fields), 165* kilometres from Batemans Bay and 324* kilometres from Sydney (M5/M7 Junction).

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Key details

Bedrooms:
2
Bathrooms:
2
Property type:
Rural
Block Size:
961 Hectares*

Other Details

Lot:
1
Plan Type:
DP
Plan:
1265140
Legal description:
1/1265140
nbn® availability:
nbn® Satellite (Satellite)
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Block size: 961Hectares (approx)
Legal description: 1/1265140
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Listing ID: 182245189. This listing has been viewed 690 times. It was first displayed on 25/01/2024 and last updated on 26/03/2024.
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