This grazing property is situated 55kms North East of Inverell on the Inverell-Emmaville Road and 45kms North West of Glen Innes.
The homestead is fully renovated inside, is surrounded by a well-maintained garden and has modern features and facilities. It consists of an open living area with 4 bedrooms (main with ensuite/walk-in robe), an office and large sun room. The kitchen is light and spacious with a walk-in pantry, gas stove, electric wall oven and new dishwasher. A high capacity reverse cycle air conditioner services the living areas in conjunction with a modern combustion heater in the lounge.
The garden area around the homestead is fully fenced and includes a brick sleepout, gazebo, single garage, modern 4 bay shed and workshop, orchard and chook run.
Internet access is available through NBN Broadband Satellite and television through Aurora Free-to-air Satellite TV.
Water storage consist of five 22,000(+) litre storage tanks servicing the house and an additional two 5,000 litre tanks for stock water in conjunction with the yards and farm sheds.
The property has a history of superfine wool production with a carrying capacity of 800+ ewes. It has good to excellent fencing with 13 paddocks and 15 dams for stock water. The land has a mixture of native pasture and timbered areas with traprock,granite and some basalt soil types. The western boundary includes 4.5kms of the Arrawatta Creek, which has permanent water. Principle vegetation includes Narrow-leafed Ironbark, White and Yellow Box, River Red Gum and Red Stringybark. Annual average rainfall is in excess of 800mm.
Farm infrastructure includes:
Steel and timber yards; 2 Stand electric Shearing shed with attached Machinery and Storage shed (all with light and power); Hay shed and Sheep Shelter shed.
In addition, a gravel pit has been established which provides high quality gravel to the local council and has the potential for commercial expansion and development.
The property has been developed to ensure sustainability for a variety of agricultural pursuits. Recent improvements in fencing and water storage support paddock rotation, crop cultivation and stock diversity. The Arrawatta Creek also provides a unique riperian environment for game animals including deer and goats.
The property is freehold land on four titles and is situated in the Inverell Shire.