The property 'Gorangore' is 1100 acres (440 Hectares) and has a history of successful sheep and wool production. Comprising mostly undulating to steeper grazing country which is largely cleared. There are some uncleared sections of native bush remaining.
Stock water is provided by good dams and is a strong feature of the property. The seasonal Goorangore Creek runs through the property. Fencing is in fair condition.
Located at the front of the property is a timber frame and iron hay / machinery shed. There has been a DA approved for a 3 lot subdivision which has since lapsed.
Contact Stewart Adlington at Landmark Harcourts to arrange an inspection.
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