This grazing property is located in the Binda area and offers you the opportunity to run some livestock and still have plenty of room for the kids on their bikes or a bit of shooting. With a bit of finishing off the weekender will reward you with many comfortable and enjoyable escapes.
- 200 acres of undulating grazing country - 6 paddocks, 5 dams and Broken Back Creek (semi permanent) - New steel sheep yards with drenching race + v shaped draft - Currently running merino ewes & cross bred lambs - Building entitlement with approved 4 bedroom house plans - 15 x 10m zincalum weekender - 2 bedroom (needs completion & rooms framed but not lined) - Power 500m away
Situated minutes from Binda village, 20 minutes from Crookwell and 3 hours from Sydney
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