“Macquarie View” 223 Highfield Lane, Geurie
Mixed Farming Sold - Geurie NSW
An Attractive Parcel of Quality Country
“Macquarie View” is an attractive parcel of red basalt country situated between Geurie and Wellington. The picturesque valley provides 325 arable acres along with limestone grazing ridges. The strength of this country is renowned in the local area which is dotted with Kurrajong trees on its gently undulating landscape.
Cattle breeding and finishing have been the main enterprise during the current owners tenure of 27 years.
Pastures of Lucerne, Clover, Ryegrass and Native Grasses along with fodder crops provide a good carrying capacity. 90 acres of Oats are sown and given in. Fencing in the 14 paddocks is mainly hinge joint, plain wire & barb in good order. Water is very good with a 3,000 gallon per hour bore supplying a tank and trough system which is complemented by 4 dams.
Improvements include an 8 bedroom weatherboard & clad home, with the ability to accommodate two families. This home has two kitchens, two bathrooms, two dining rooms and two living areas. There is a wide verandah on all sides and approximately 38 squares under roof. The home is set on an elevated position with an established garden, solar power panels and 24,000 gallons of rain water.
Working improvements include a good set of steel cattle yards, hay shed with a capacity of 360 round bales and two machinery sheds, one with workshop & power.
“Macquarie View” is an attractive parcel of quality country that is situated in a highly sought after location.
Auction 11am, Wednesday 19th July 2017 at the Western Plains Cultural Centre, Dubbo.
Inspections by appointment. Peter Dwyer 0418 266 523 – Graham Anderson 0428 253 162
- Mixed Farming
- 8 bed
- 2 bath
- Air Conditioning
- Land is 452 acre
- 3 Toilet
- Built In Robes
- Reverse Cycle Aircon
Hinge Joint, Plain Wire & Barb Wire
8 bedroom Weatherboard & Clad home, two kitchens, two bathrooms, two dining rooms and two living areas, wide verandah on all sides, established garden, solar power panels and 24,000 gallons of rain water.
3,000 gallon per hour bore supplying a tank and trough system which is complemented by 4 dams.