This iconic Australian property offers water, prosperity and security

This iconic Australian property offers water, prosperity and security

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Sponsored content: This exceptional Australian property has mixed farming opportunities and plenty of water making it a sound investment.

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“Adelargo” – Grenfell NSW 2810

"Adelargo" is an exceptional property and offers potential new owner's a level of prestige in the rural community. With a high yielding carrying capacity, mixed farming opportunities and plenty of water, the property will surely prove a secure investment.

The property is on approximately 1,100 hectares (2,718 acres) of flat to undulating land with heavy creek flats and lighter red loam soil, ideal as a plant-growing medium. A contour system is in place and carries water to the 22 dams.

The Native Dog Creek runs through the property and has plenty of watering points currently throughout the waterway.

“Adelargo” has plenty of watering options drought proofing the property.  There are two unequipped wells, three bores to stock troughs and permanent springs.

“Adelargo” has approximately 1,900 arable acres and pasture improvement over the years has included predominately clovers. The owners have suggested “Adelargo” can handle 3,500 ewes year in, year out.

The seven bedroom homestead is a very large, grand home built in 1910 with pressed tin ceilings grand wide hallway, two bathrooms and four open fire places.

The verandah has wonderful views of the property.  There is a three bedroom workers cottage which has reverse cycle split system air-conditioning and wood fire.

The working improvements include machinery shed, workshop, hay shed, grain shed and two 60 tonne silos.

Livestock infrastructure includes steel sheep yards; a large six stand shearing shed (unequipped) built in 1905 which can handle 1,300 head under roof and is in excellent condition; steel cattle yards with crush and ramp and shearer’s quarters and kitchen hall for six.

The Smithers family brought the farm six years ago and have run a breeding and trading operation. The quality of “Adelargo” and production that is possible has astounded them. Health problems have meant the farm has to be sold.

Contact the selling agent Ian Simpson on 0417 468 565 for further information.  

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