630 acre productive farm set amidst stunning gardens and established trees in the picturesque Towamba Valley. The Homestead is circa 1884 and just oozes charm and grace. Large rooms, high ceilings, fireplaces, verandahs and in good condition. Shedding comprises of a shearing shed, machinery shed plus stable complex with room for a float or truck. Water is secure and plentiful with tanks, creek and dams. The fencing on the property is also sound. The paddocks are clean, and the owners use of Holistic Management has the pastures regenerating naturally. Such a pretty, private and productive property, 50 minutes to Bega and 30 minutes to Eden. The school bus stops at the farm gate as an added bonus for farming families.
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