Located about 20 minute's drive west north west of Cooma with Bitumen Road access to Snowy Mountains Highway.
Soils predominantly basalt derived, some granite and minimal shale.
Fenced into 4 paddocks, well-watered by Welches Creek, Wattle Creek and Peak Creek, as well as 3 dams.
Approx. 120 Ha pasture improved Lucerne, clover, phalaris, cocksfoot - good fertiliser history in recent years.
Excellent shelter lightly to heavy timbered in places mostly Manna gum, some Wattle.
Power available on block.
Building entitlement under current LEP, subject to approval from all relevant authorities.
AGENTS COMMENTS: An Excellent opportunity to purchase a sound grazing property strategically located along the Snowy Mountains Highway with good all-weather access close to Cooma, presented in excellent condition given our current season. Great record of pasture improvement weed control and fertiliser history.
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