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"Carinya", Yarrowitch, 2354

Eastern fall beef cattle country

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Area 948 Hectares
Beds 6 Bedrooms
Baths 3 Bathrooms
Rainfall 950mm
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Location

50 kilometres east of Walcha, 110km from Armidale, 140km Port Macquarie

Country, Soils & Pastures

Carinya sits across a broad ridge, rolling off either side. Soils are basalt and trap, with gullies channeling water to strategically located dams. Pastures have been well managed for decades. Fertiliser has been maintained and there is a good body of pasture and sown crop as at June 2106. The property has been appropriately stocked and is handling the current dry season extremely well. This augers well for the next owners.

Water Security

Flying in the face of the current conditions across northern NSW and Queensland, “Carinya’s” water is holding up very well. There are 22 dams plus springs in gullies. Rainfall averages 950mm (38 inches) per annum.

Homestead

The “Carinya” homestead is a beautifully restored four bedroom weatherboard home set in an established garden of deciduous and evergreen trees. The airy kitchen is the social hub of the home, with the lounge room and it’s stone fireplace providing more formality. There are two bathrooms. The verandahs on the northern side make for a perfect spot after a day in the paddock.
A second two bedroom cottage is set among its own small garden.

Fencing

Fencing on “Carinya” is excellent. All boundaries are secure, as are internals. The quiet Oaklands Road passes through the property and can be used as a lane way for stock movement.

Sheds, Yards etc.

  • Excellent steel cattle yards with crush and weaning feeders. These yards are situated with excellent
  • road access.
  • 3 stand woolshed with new steel and timber yards.
  • 3 bay steel shed
  • Skillion on woolshed
  • Fuel shed
  • Stables (beautifully made of slab timber).
  • 940 metre airstrip

Production

Running a combination of cattle, wool and sheep production, “Carinya” operates at around 8,000 – 10,000 dse.

Lifestyle

“Carinya” is situated in a relatively season-safe area east of Walcha. The property is set up to require conservative labour inputs. As such it is an ideal property for those with other interests or as a stand alone venture.

It has pleasing aesthetics as well as a sound productivity.

Whilst being offered as a whole, “Carinya” is subdivided into five separate lots, each with dwelling permission. This allows a purchaser further options.

“Carinya” has been SOLD by Graham MacDougall

The above information has been supplied to us by the Vendor. We do not accept responsibility to any person for its accuracy and do no more than pass this information on. Interested parties should make and rely upon their own enquiries in order to determine whether or not this information is in fact accurate.

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