Sale of property ends more than 100 years of ownership

Prime agricultural: "Woodend" is being offered to the market by public auction on December 18 at 11am at the Yerong Creek Bowling Club.

Prime agricultural: "Woodend" is being offered to the market by public auction on December 18 at 11am at the Yerong Creek Bowling Club.

Owned by the Graetz family for more than 100 years, "Woodend" provides a rare opportunity to the market in one of the most prominent mixed farming regions in NSW.

Currently leased until March 2021, Woodend was previously family owned and operated, running a self-replacing Corriedale flock in conjunction with a broadacre cropping enterprise of predominantly wheat, barley and oats.

Soils vary from heavy grey on the creeks and low-lying areas to red loams on the rises.

Structural improvements include a two-stand shearing shed, seed shed, hayshed, machinery shed/workshop and three Kotzur silos (total storage 120 tonnes), and the original three-bedroom residence.

Well watered: The property has nine surface dams and access to the seasonal Mundawaddery Creek, which offers deep waterholes and provides excellent water for livestock.

Well watered: The property has nine surface dams and access to the seasonal Mundawaddery Creek, which offers deep waterholes and provides excellent water for livestock.

Situated in the Lockhart Shire Council, settlement will be on completion of the lease on March 31.

For all enquiries, a copy of the information memorandum or to inspect, contact agent Tim Corcoran on 0407 893 935.