Ray White Rural Crows Nest
320 ACRES OF PRIME CATTLE GRAZING LAND
15 min from Crows Nest.
On two adjoining titles of approx. 160 acres each; this property is well suited to fattening or breeding. In combination, this property is capable of carrying around 60 breeders. The lower country is mainly black scrub soil with some stands of open ironbark timber. The boundary fencing is in good condition with water supplied from two dams and a bore. Both lots offer home sites with magnificent views in all directions.
Lot 144. This is the lower block with the Groomsville Plainby Rd on its western boundary. During the spring and summer months, the black scrub soil is usually covered with kikuyu. The block has a large dam (almost full to capacity at the time of listing), a bore equipped with windmill reticulating water to a concrete cattle trough. Located close to the bore is an ideal elevated level home site with seeming endless views.
Lot 147. This adjoining block works well in combination with the lower block. It is an undulating more elevated block with good stands of ironbark. It provides excellent sheltered grazing or if needed, is ideal to graze cattle in early spring should the lower block be too lush with clover at the end of the winter months. It also has an elevated flat home site to take advantage of the fantastic views. This block has a dam, soft kikuyu grassed gullies with abundant Rhodes grass on the undulating country.
* 2 adjoining titles (approx. 160 acres each)
* 2 dams
* Steel cattle yards available by negotiation
* Windmill equipped bore
* Good boundary fencing with some internal fences
* Quality black soil flats
* Good stands of ironbark
* Fantastic level home sites
* 70 head steel panel cattle yards available by negotiation
* 15 mins to Crows Nest.
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