ESTABLISHED HAY PRODUCTION - Stunning New Home, DALY RIVER FISHING
Freehold property on the popular Daly River. Diverse into tourism, or just relax over looking the River catching the famous Barramundi! Prime river levee soils. Currently 60ha cleared, 20ha under hay crop. Reliable annual income providing stock feed to Darwin, Katherine and surrounding areas, with leasing of extra land from neighbouring properties, total in use 65ha. Average 3000 - 4000 round bales per annum, Jarra and Humidicola. Brand new elevated home, 2 huge bedrooms, 1 bathroom, spacious open living. Tiled floors and split system air conditioning throughout. Coolroom paneling. Brand New Stylish kitchen (est $30 000 value). Feature polished stone benchtops, dishwasher, electric cooking and range hood. Plenty of storage with soft-close drawers. Double sliding doors opening to great outdoor entertaining. Views over hay paddocks and surrounding ranges. Paved flooring, stainless cabling balustrade. Water supplied to home and for domestic use from approx. 148,000L rain water storage. 18m x 18m hay storage shed, 24m x 15m steel machinery shed / workshop, plus new awning - drive-through. Second storage shed adjacent to house, approximately 12m x 9m, shelving, gravel floor. 200km to Darwin, 270km to Katherine, 10km to Daly River Township - Community. ALL Bitumen access. MAINS POWER CONNECTED, Landline Phone, Next G Mobile coverage.
Features include: Air Conditioning,Terrace-Balcony
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