Situated in the Bungarby district approx 50km south of Cooma and 160km to Canberra this fantastic property offers approx 720ac with a mixture of open and undulating improved grazing country through to steep native timbered country. A major feature of the property is the 1.6km frontage to the Maclaughlin River and surrounding river flats. The Maclaughling is a well renowned Trout River and along with this provides excellent water securing and lifestyle attractions to the property.
- Approx 720ac with a mix of basalt and granite improved grazing along with some shale areas - Beautifully watered with 1.6km frontage to the Maclaughlin River along with 12 dams. - Very well fenced with the majority of fencing over the property near new. - Building Entitlement and 24m x 12m machinery shed - Accessed via Crown road off The Snowy River Way.
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