Dell Brae is 330 hectares (815 acres) of high altitude, blue ribbon New England grazing country.
Located at Niangala, 78km east of Tamworth, 60km south of Walcha and 113km north of Gloucester, the appealing, undulating country with lightly scattered trees features very productive red to dark basalt soils.
Dell Brae is estimated to conservatively carry 4660 dry sheep equivalents and is said to be equally suited as a breeding or backgrounding enterprise.
Dell Brae is divided into 17 paddocks with electric fencing used throughout the property.
There are thriving perennial pastures including cocksfoot, rye grass, phalaris and clovers.
Dell Brae has a strong fertiliser history, with 33 tonnes of nitrogen blend scheduled for early September.
The property also has further scope to improve and develop through additional pasture improvement.
The average annual rainfall is an impressive 1100mm (43 inches).
Water is also supplied from 24 dams, five water troughs and two permanent streams.
There is a quality set of 300 head capacity steel cattle yards with an undercover working area and all-weather B-double access.
Structural improvements include a very comfortable three bedroom, two bathroom home set in a well established garden, and a four bay lockable double machinery shed.
Marketing agent Simon Newton, Nutrien Boulton's, said the southern part of the Walcha district was renowned as prime breeding and fattening country.
"Dell Brae is a grazing powerhouse with the added potential productivity bonus through additional pasture improvements," Mr Newton said.
Dell Brae will be auctioned by Nutrien Boulton's in Walcha on September 28.
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