LAWD is pleased to present for sale The Point. Situated in the Upper Murray of New South Wales which represents a high rainfall region suited to all livestock enterprises. The property features established pastures, secure water supply from multiple sources and opportunity to build your dream home.
Total area 119* hectares, of which 100* hectares is open grazing comprising established native perennial grasses plus sub clover and ryegrass which underpins the property’s estimated carrying capacity of 1,100DSE* or equivalent to 50-60 cows and calves.
Water Secure water supply from eight dams of which four are spring fed plus a stock and domestic access licence from the Murray River.
Fencing Fencing and gateway assemblies on the property are in excellent condition, subdivided into five main paddocks plus holding paddocks. Most of the fencing is electric, powered by solar.
Rainfall Bureau of Meteorology records indicate an average annual rainfall of 873* millimetres.
Working Improvements Steel cattle yards with loading ramp and veterinary cattle crush, plus lock up storage shed.
Accommodation One bedroom cottage with open plan living/kitchen area and outdoor patio provides the ideal weekend getaway or overnight accommodation. Buyers seeking to build a new home will benefit from several sites that provide stunning views overlooking the Murray River Valley.
The Greater Hume Shire has a minimum lot size of 100* hectares (Greater Hume Local Environmental Plan 2012)
Located 19* kilometres west of Jingellic, 35* kilometres east of Woomargama and 100* kilometres east of Albury.
For sale by Private Treaty - $1,040,000
For further information on this exciting opportunity, please contact the below personnel: Tim Corcoran Director | LAWD +61 407 893 935 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ian Robertson Director | LAWD +61 429 939 949 email@example.com
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