THIS top-quality mixed farming enterprise is an ideal opportunity to acquire some of the district’s best sheep, cattle and grain-producing country.
Set over 1446 hectares (3573 acres), the sale of “Fairfield” will consist of four properties, comprising a well improved and managed farming operation with full paddock history available.
They have secure water, improved pastures including lucerne and sardi rose clover, predominantly easy handling soft, red-loam soils, and are timbered with kurrajong and cypress pine.
The operation is well positioned with a school bus to the front door and located in a highly regarded area of the Bland shire.
“Fairfield“ (681ha/1683 acres) has a well-kept three-bedroom cement rendered home with new Colorbond roof, in-ground swimming pool, entertainment area, cool room and established lawns and gardens. A two bedroom guest cottage is also included.
The property contains a domestic bore that is reticulated throughout the entire property via eight troughs, as well as 270,000 litres of rainwater storage. There is also a four-stand shearing shed, steel sheep yards and new steel cattle yards, grain shed (500 tonne), silo storage (360 tonne), new hay shed, smaller hay shed and multiple machinery/ skillion/workshop sheds.
Fairfield is 95 per cent arable with red and brown loam soils and is well fenced into 13 main paddocks.
“Inverness” (308ha/763 acres) includes a five-bedroom house with double lockable garage (power and cement floor).
Improvements include 80,000-litre rainwater storage, four-stand refurbished shearing shed, steel sheep yards, silo storage (120 tonne) and hay shed (240 large square bale cap).
“Inverness” is 95 per cent arable with red loam soils and is well fenced into seven main paddocks.
“Stoneleigh” (330ha/815 acres) is connected to a domestic bore and is 80 per cent arable with red loam soils. The property is well fenced into four main paddocks.
“Kio-Ora” (127ha/316 acres) is 90 per cent arable with red and grey loam, and is well fenced featuring one paddock and three dams.