Somersby' in the Roslyn locality is a top of the range grazing and farming holding of 232 acres with the land comprising pasture-improved basalt, granite and loam soils. This property is located a short distance from the bustling township of Crookwell full of wide tree-lined streets and only 25 minutes north‑west from the historic city of Goulburn.
Undulating land mainly falling north-east has a higher than average rain fall as it is on the Great Dividing Range. This fertile fattening property is suited to sheep and cattle production and has formerly been an alpaca stud.
The residence comprises a well-appointed 4 bedroom home with an ensuite to the master bedroom. There are large formal living and dining areas as well as an informal dining and family room flowing from the open plan kitchen. The large separate office is off the courtyard garden and is ideal for a home business. There is a covered outdoor entertaining area to enjoy weekends with family and friends.
The home has a double garage attached to a shed for fire wood, a slow-combustion wood fire heater, 16 solar panels and 3 reverse-cycle air con units. There is also a carport for smaller machinery and numerous storage and garden sheds including a run for chooks.
This property has a large lock-up machinery/workshop shed plus hay shed as well as 3 American‑style barn sheds, all with water tank storage. There is a central lane way system to the yards with an undercover crush working area. The paddocks have been fenced and there are 10 dams, 4 of which are spring-fed, most paddocks have troughs which ensures water supply in the toughest of times. There is a bore with header tank servicing the troughs and the established garden.
The opportunity to acquire land in this premier locality is a rare occurrence and this property has been owned by the same family for many years. Now regrettably it is time to sell and offers the astute investor or farmer a variable rural holding.
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