"Blaaven", Danglemah Rd, Limbri


Beds 5 Bedrooms
Rainfall 795mm


Farm for sale near Limbri, 20km off the New England Highway, 40km north east of Tamworth with easy access to the Tablelands.


1,322 ha (3,266 acres).


Hilly basalt and trap soils with an area of about 283ha unused bushland.


Regular, strategic fertiliser history; clovers, cocksfoot, ryegrass and fescues as well as native species.
Small acreage available for cropping (see photograph).


795 mm (31.4 inches) recorded over 43 years.


Three creeks with permanent water-holes, eight dams.


“Blaaven” has a fully renovated 5 bedroom weatherboard homestead set in a beautiful private valley. The homestead has some rooms of polished floorboards, others with new carpets, modern kitchen, three fireplaces, two verandahs, boot room, 10.5m salt-water swimming pool.


Fencing on “Blaaven” is impeccable – little to be done here. Boundary of plainwire, hinge-joint and netting, internals are hingejoint and plainwire. All gates swing, end assemblies are very well constructed.


One set of steel and timber cattle yards, three sets of sheep yards throughout the property, all well built and maintained in very good order.

Sheds & Storage

3-stand shearing shed with raised board, tack-shed, machinery shed and work-shop. 45 tonne silo. Hayshed.

Carrying Capacity

Typically runs 2,000 wethers and 50 breeding cows and their calves.

Agent’s Comment

“Blaaven’s” high level of improvements have been meticulously maintained by the one family for over 40 years. There is absolutely nothing “tired” on this property. Graded tracks compensate for the hills, simplifying management. Stock from anywhere on the property can be yarded, treated and returned to their paddock in half a day.
This property has been set up thoughtfully and is able to be run on a part-time basis. It may be suitable for those with off-farm employment or income, or as an adjunct to a larger operation.
Given the stocking history and standard of improvements, the asking price of just $995,000 represents value.

“Blaaven” has been SOLD by Graham MacDougall

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