Situated in the Currawarna district, 43 kilometres north west of Wagga Wagga via the sealed Old Narrandera Road, "Avalon" comprises 422 acres (171ha) on multiple titles in the Wagga Wagga City Council area.
The fertile grey self-mulching and red loam soils of "Avalon" provide a productive base for grazing, cropping or fodder production, together with centre-pivot irrigation.
The parcel is mainly timbered with majestic river red gums showing the strength of the soil types.
An area of 25 acres was sown in Autumn 2019 to Kittyhawk wheat, which was under-sown with L56 Lucerne on the higher red loam soils.
Of the dryland and irrigable area, 360 acres early winter Spartacus barley was sown.
In recent years the vendor has cut hay from established lucerne and rye while utilising the existing irrigation infrastructure.
A beef operation including cows and calves together with trade cattle, has enabled the vendor to turn off progeny at 450kg in 11 months.
"Avalon" is watered from the Murrumbidgee River and has a stock and domestic riparian river right, plus 10ML high security stock and domestic water access licence (WAL) and a 20ML Murrumbidgee general security WAL.
There are 120 acres set up for irrigation from the Murrumbidgee with a southern cross pump. Underground six-inch PVC mains supply three concrete pivot pads of 40 acres each. One Upton Centre pivot waters the three pivot pads.
A Davey pump equipped with time-of-use meter on two-inch mains supplies a 90,000L tank, seven troughs and the garden. There are also two dams.
Well fenced to seven main paddocks, there are steel cattle yards with concrete race, crush and loading ramp, as well as another set of horse/cattle holding yards at the main shed infrastructure complex.
Shedding is a standout and includes a high clearance, powered machinery shed with concrete floored workshop and steel benches, plus two steel storage sheds, one powered.
The quaint and well maintained country cottage comprises three large bedrooms, one bathroom and an office, and has 10' ceilings, timber floors, an open-plan kitchen/dining area, evaporative cooling and slow combustion heating.
The weatherboard home sits amongst established trees in a low maintenance park-like garden.
This property will be sold by expression of interest, closing Thursday, October 31 at noon.
Inspections are by appointment by contacting agents Sally Douglas on 0428 826 645 or Neville Chapple on 0427 267 584.
For more information visit www.sallydouglas.landmarkharcourts.com.au - property ID: LWG2549.