Bolton consists of approx. 1386 acres or approx 560 ha. Water being a main feature of the property with permanent Diamond Creek providing an abundance of fresh water.
Location: "Bolton" 656 Kangaloolah Road is located only a 5 minutes drive from the historic village of Binda, 15 minutes to Crookwell, 90 minutes from Canberra, 2.5 hours from Sydney. Cottage: The cottage offers 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom with wood heating. Approx. 100,000 litres of water storage, double carport and lockup single garage. 200 acres has been DA approved for subdivision with the existing cottage. Property: Bolton is fenced into 22 paddocks, has 20 dams, 3 of which being spring fed and the permanent Diamond Creek. Predominantly netting boundary fencing with netting and hinge joint internals. Great shelter belts of timber mainly stringy bark, yellow and white box timbers. Mainly flat to undulating country with predominantly granite loam soils. Bolton has an ongoing fertilizer program with pasture improvement being made as an ongoing plan. General carrying capacity in normal seasonal conditions Bolton runs 2000 breeding ewes (mainly merinos) and 25-30 cows & calves. Infrastructure: Near new 3 stand raised board shearing shed, mainly steel sheep yards with holding capacity of approx. 800 sheep. Cattle yards with loading ring and all weather load access with holding capacity of 45 head. Secondary set of sheep yards for easy management also with 800 head capacity.
A holding of this size and scale in the Southern Tablelands doesn't come to the market very often, especially with the plentiful amounts of water Bolton has to offer.
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