Situated just 5 minutes from Denman's Main Street, this highly productive 183 acre Hunter River property will suit any agriculture pursuit. There is 144 megs of general security irrigation water plus a 26 meg supplementary allocation. There is approximately 170 acres of river flats all watered by 6 inch irrigation main from the river and 2 fully equipped wells. There is also a bore servicing the 3 homes on the property. Farm infrastructure includes a 22m x 12m workshop with a 4 bay awning. 4 bay cool room, walk in freezer, a fully equipped 12 a side herringbone dairy, hay shed, cattle yards plus more. The main homestead is large with 3 huge bedrooms, an open plan living/kitchen area, 2 bathrooms, a second lounge and a second kitchen. The home has R/C air conditioners throughout. There is a double carport and a fully fenced yard. The second home is very well maintained with 3 big bedrooms, lounge, dining and a good size kitchen. The third home is 2 bedrooms with a big lounge and kitchen but in need of renovation. This property offers an outstanding opportunity to secure some prime Hunter River country only minutes to town.
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