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9091 Mitchell Highway WELLINGTON NSW 2820

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Detail

  • Price: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Carport: 2

Description

Mixed Farming Close to Wellington

“Springburn” provides quality soils with a permanent water supply that is ideal acreage for livestock trading and mixed farming close to Wellington, allowing pursuit of an agricultural lifestyle while being close to a centre for employment. 167.9 ha or 414.88 acres of undulating to low hill, red basalt and limestone country situated 10km South of Wellington with frontage to the Mitchell Highway. Fencing in the seven main paddocks is hinge joint with some netting on the boundary. Water is provided via a 6mgl stock & domestic licence from the Bell River. An electric pump supplies a 90,800 ltr tank which reticulates to 12 troughs and the garden. There are also 3 dams. Approximately 150 acres of the property would be arable and is contoured with the balance being lightly timbered grazing country. Shade timber of Grey Box & Kurrajong. Pastures are lucerne, clover and native grasses. Improvements include an older four bedroom cottage with kitchen, which has electric stove, double sink and tile floor; meals/lounge area; bathroom with bath, shower and basin; the four bedrooms have carpet floor coverings; verandah which is on three sides of the cottage; 13,600 ltr rain water tank; an equipped bore is near by, but the garden is watered by the river supply; two vehicle carport, with adjacent office building; steel framed enclosed shed with power and water; steel framed hay shed 30m x 18m that contains three stables plus a round yard along with power and water connected; large steel framed working arena; timber framed two stand electric woolshed with sheep yards, 22,700 ltr rain water tank and 5kw solar system; steel cattle yards with crush & loading ramp and scales. INSPECT: By appointment. AUCTION: 11am Wednesday 7th April at Hermitage Hill, Wellington and online via AuctionNow (if not sold prior). CONTACT: Peter Dwyer 0418 266 523

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