"Loch Hill" A Great Balance With Wonderful Potential
Location: Just 10 mins drive from Crookwell, Goulburn 40 mins, Canberra and Sydney within 90 minutes.
Accommodation: Architecturally designed two storey home consists of 6 Bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and large living, dining and family areas. Guest accommodation includes 1 bedroom, lounge, bathroom and small kitchenette. Established gardens including in ground swimming pool.
Infrastructure: Brick stables, stallion box & yard, brick drive through barn. 2 stand shearing shed with steel yards. Lock up workshop, approx 18x12m machinery shed, numerous stock shelter sheds, 2x hay sheds, second set of steel sheep yards, fully equipped bore, small Pinot vineyard. Steel cattle yards with undercover crush and loading ramp with all weather access.
Property Description: The property comprises of approx 1170 acres and is mostly gently undulating country of granite loams soils running into lighter country where the land falls away to the Crookwell River on the southern boundary. Approx. 450 acres of improved pastures, approx. 450 acres of cleared grazing land with native pasture, leaving the remaining 270 acres of green timber. Extensively fertilised over the past couple of years "Loch Hill" offers 10 main paddocks with some extensive pine tree-lines and 4 smaller holding paddocks ideal for bulls/rams,15 dams and fully equipped bore supplying the troughs in the holding paddocks.
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