New to the market is "Burradowns", which is 612 acres of well-watered mixed farming country.
The vendor has owned the 247.9-hectare property since 1993 and over that time has mainly grazed beef cattle, growing out steers.
"Burradowns" has a three-bedroom Bettalook home that was built in 2003. It has a kitchen with electric cooking, slow combustion heating for winter warmth and one bathroom.
The property is fenced to create six main paddocks and there are two smaller holding paddocks around the infrastructure.
Water is secure with a connection to the private Mangain water scheme, which supplies one tank and eight troughs.
There is also rain water storage in two tanks and there are two dams.
The home is connected to the scheme and rainwater, collected from tanks on the woolshed and at the house.
Farming infrastructure includes a raised three-stand but unequipped wool shed with sheltered sheep yards, steel cattle yards with crush and loading ramp, a steel machinery shed, steel hayshed and a raised grain/storage shed. There are also three silos.
There will be a small quantity of farming plant and hay included in the sale.
The vendor is genuine and is open to prospective buyers who may want to inspect the property.
There will be access for agricultural purposes from exchange of contracts to the successful purchaser.