"Old Yullundry" - A Rare Opportunity to secure a large scale, prime grazing property in the highly regarded Central Tablelands area!
Genuine 2,314* acres, situated in the Central Tablelands district of NSW. Just 14kms from Cumnock 72km from Orange and 37km from Molong. Old Yullundry' offers buyers the rare opportunity to purchase a fertile working property with excellent water security and the potential to turn off large numbers of cattle or sheep.
FEATURES: • Approx 937* hectares (2314 acres) currently running as a cattle breeding enterprise with occasionally finishing lambs. • Water is a feature with 5*km fronting Hanover Creek with excellent water holes and four bores. • Numerous springs feeding some of the 15 dams throughout the property. Reticulated water system feeding 8 paddocks for extra water security. • Topography runs from soft level Alluvial creek flats to undulating slopes to some open hill grazing country subdivided into 30* main paddocks. • Pastures consist of Clover, Rye, Phalaris, Cocksfoot and Native pastures. Predominately clean country with minimal weeds. • Comprised of cleared open grazing country dotted with Yellow, White and Red Box. • Potential for broad acre farming with the large area of alluvial creek flats ideal for lucerne or cereal crops. • Comfortable five bedroom, two bathroom weather board home (currently tenanted) with separate dining room and family room. Nestled in established garden with panoramic northerly views. • Good working order four stand shearing shed, attached steel sheep yards. • Steel and timber cattle yards centrally located and all-weather road access. • 18m x 13m workshop & machinery shed power connected. • 15m x 7m hay shed. • 15m x 7m bulk grain shed or lock up machinery shed. • Four x 32 tonne flat bottom silos and one elevated for extra fodder storage.
AN OUTSTANDING PROPERTY - This very attractive, fertile grazing property has been well maintained over the years and offers a smooth transition for the right buyer looking at beef and/or lamb production. A combination of a reliable rainfall and moderate temperate climate, make for ideal pasture country which the Central Tablelands is renowned for. With strong water security, clean pastures, and good working improvements, this property is already realizing its potential and will continue to do so for future owners. Inspection is strongly recommended.
Contact agents for further information or to arrange an inspection. Sam D'Arcy - 0401 612 996 Kurt Adams - 0428 747 050 Pat Bird - 0438 361 109
Disclaimer: All information contained herein is gathered from sources we believe reliable. We have no reason to doubt its accuracy, however, we cannot guarantee it.
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