Farming life on the outskirts of Wagga Wagga

THERE are four dams for stock water, mains water connection and there are three rainwater tanks, the main having 100,000L capacity at the home.
THERE are four dams for stock water, mains water connection and there are three rainwater tanks, the main having 100,000L capacity at the home.
THE property is currently sown to 300 acres of Lancer wheat in the northern portion.

THE property is currently sown to 300 acres of Lancer wheat in the northern portion.

The renovated brick home features open-plan living spaces, four bedrooms, two bathrooms, slow combustion heating and reverse-cycle heating and cooling.

“CURRAWALLS” is a unique offering to the market with its proximity to Wagga with lifestyle, production and purchasing options.

The 142.7ha (352.6 acres) property has frontage to the sealed Oxley Bridge Road on its western boundary and is dissected by the Thirteen Mile Reserve Road.

The parcel is located 7km east of Uranquinty and 23km south of Wagga. It has quick easy access to the South City Shopping centre.

The renovated brick home features open-plan living spaces, four bedrooms, two bathrooms, slow combustion heating and reverse-cycle heating and cooling.

It is set in an established garden with circular entrance and enclosed sheltered rear garden with gazebo.

A double garage allows for internal access to the home under the main roofline. It is currently tenanted with a lease expiring early January.

With two paddocks, the property is currently sown to 300 acres of Lancer wheat in the northern portion and the 50-acre house paddock is sown to about 30 acres of established Aurora Lucerne.

The wheat crop is not included in the sale.

“Currawalls” is rated as 94 per cent arable. This year wheat was sown at 60kg/ha with 80kg/ha of DAP. In 2017 this paddock was sown to Mako canola, prior to that it grew Arrow leaf clover that was baled for hay in 2016 and harvested for seed in 2015.

There are four dams for stock water, while a mains water connection secures the parcel and there are three rainwater tanks, the main having 100,000L capacity at the home.

There are two steel-framed haysheds in the northern paddock and two cement water tanks on one shed provide 50,000L rainwater for spraying.

Arrange an inspection through Sally Douglas from Landmark Harcourts Wagga Wagga on 0428 826 645 and be ready to express an interest in October.

For more information visit www.sallydouglas.landmarkharcourts.com.au – Property ID: LWG2529.