GRAZING, POTENTIAL AIR PARK AND APPROVED SUBDIVISION
Delta Agribusiness & CBRE are pleased to present for sale Jindalee (the Property), a proven high-rainfall grazing platform with a history of sheep and wool production. The Property is located in a high growth region of New South Wales and features development upside through an approved six-lot rural subdivision along with consent to extend the existing airstrip which underpins potential development of an Air Park.
KEY INVESTMENT HIGHLIGHTS
LOCATION Situated 11* linear kilometres west of Yass in the productive Capital Region of New South Wales. The location of the Property provides ease of access to several major regional hubs and is located in one of the fastest growing Local Government Areas in New South Wales.
SCALE Spanning 477* hectares (1,179* acres) rising from the Yass River and Bowning Creek to undulating and hilly red granite soils with arable plateaus.
SUBDIVISION The Property benefits from an approved six-lot subdivision with substantial commencement providing future value-add exit options with no time limit.
AIRSTRIP Jindalee features a 500* metre grass airstrip with approval to lengthen to 1,150* metres, offering up opportunities to develop an Air Park.
PASTURES Pastures comprise a mix of improved and native perennial grass and sub-clover pastures. The pastures are highly suited to the local climate to take advantage of the district’s non-seasonal rainfall. A comprehensive fertiliser history underpins productivity and carrying capacity of the Property.
PRODUCTION Jindalee has a proven production history of sheep and wool production and has documented a sustainable carrying capacity of 3,650* Dry Sheep Equivalents (DSE).
IMPROVEMENTS Full spectrum of high-quality improvements including shearing shed and sheep yards, cattle yards, machinery shed, stables and silo, facilitating ease of management for all enterprises.
WATER Reliable water resources are secured via extensive frontage to the Bowning Creek and single-frontage to Yass River backed up by 15 dams, most of which are spring fed. Domestic water is secured via rainwater catchment tanks connected to all buildings.
ACCOMMODATION Substantial brick homestead comprising four bedrooms, two bathrooms, study, two living areas and formal dining room that encompasses outdoor entertaining with extensive gardens and inground swimming pool. Two cottages provide comfortable staff accommodation or rental income.
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