Arguably the largest riverfront flat available on the mighty Tumut River, “Riverfront Park” is the perfect property to fatten, finish fodder production or to fish in retirement.
The 202.7 hectare property (500 acres) has 2.5km of Tumut River frontage as well as highly fertile and versatile alluvial river flats that can fatten up to 1000 steers.
A feature of the property is water security for a successful livestock operation, with not only extensive river frontage but three large lagoons throughout the property and two bores.
The amazing river frontage provides year-round recreational activities from swimming, canoeing and outstanding trout fishing, just 18kms from Tumut and Gundagai.
“Riverfront Park’s” livestock enterprise runs on a rotational grazing basis and during the peak periods fattening up to 1000 steers.
During the winter months the property can run around 350 steers or more (dependent on winter cropping program).
The property boasts an average annual rainfall of 700 mm or 28 inches per year.
The timber on the property is predominantly river red gums, with poplar trees throughout the paddocks and willow trees along the billabongs.
It has excellent fencing that is broken up into seven paddocks plus a lane way system as well as 600 steer capacity yards with ramp and crush.
The homestead is incorporated in a large shed and is a comfortable two level timber lined dwelling.
The ground level consists of open kitchen and living area as well as bathroom/laundry while the second level has two bedrooms and en-suite.
There is a 45,000 litre rainwater tank and incorporated in the residence is the machinery shed and workshop with concrete floor and storage area. There is an elevated loft area that could provide for children’s bunkroom and living area.
It will go to auction this Friday November 24 at 10.30am at Ray White Corporate Auction Room, Level 17, 135 King Street, Sydney.
.Agents details: Simon Southwell, Ray White Rural Canberra, Yass 0427 755 997 or Ray Piper, Ray White Tumut 0458 476 713.