"Fairfield House" is located just a 10-minute drive from Wagga and being 110 hectares could be the perfect rural lifestyle with income-earning capabilities, or a land-bank for future wealth-creation.
The "Fairfield House" residence is private and secluded from Fairfield Road.
Built about 1970, it provides comfortable living with three bedrooms, formal living room, kitchen with open-plan dining, main bathroom with bath and shower, laundry, two toilets and rear barbecue entertaining area. A front porch provides stunning views down the valley, back towards the lights of Wagga.
Adjacent the residence is a large guest room or rumpus room with reverse-cycle air-conditioning.
Additional features include single-car garage, ducted evaporative air-conditioning, reverse-cycle air-conditioning, slow-combustion heater and satellite NBN, with town water and rainwater connected.
The property is presently showcasing a large body of feed, with the blend of pastures offering exceptional performance throughout varying seasonal conditions thanks to rainfall responsiveness and longevity of the growing season.
This year, 20 hectares was spread with prairie grass, phalaris and clover mix seed plus 150kg/Ha single-super this year.
It benefits from connection to the Riverina Water Scheme to the residence and a 35,000-litre header tank supplying two troughs.
Working improvements include new sheep yards, a large hayshed, silage pits and a machinery shed/workshop.