"Glenview", Tyringham / Hernani, 2453
A truly dynamic 372ha Eastern Fall property
“Dynamic”. That is surely the best way to describe “Glenview”.
Located about 100 kilometres from each, Coffs Harbour, Grafton and Armidale, “Glenview” comprises over 370 hectares of freehold country set high on the eastern fall of the Northern Tablelands within easy reach of both the coast and the inland.
Grazing, farming, timber and lifestyle. “Glenview” has them all in spades.
Let’s start with the homestead, an immaculately renovated 5-bedroom home with outdoor living, accessed easily from the main road.
With views across the fertile paddocks and nearby forest, you are truly at one with your surroundings here. Bedrooms have built-in wardrobes and views. The main bedroom has it’s own large ensuite bathroom. The modern kitchen opens onto a large living/dining area. Another, separate living area at the other end of the house.
In addition to the two-bay carport, nearby there’s a five-bay machinery shed, and an additional hay-cum-machinery shed. The stock yards have capacity to hold and work up to 150 head of prime beef cattle. Originally two smaller properties, “Glenview” has an additional dwelling entitlement available.
“Glenview” is in the Hernani primary school and Dorrigo secondary school catchments, and close to private boarding schools in Armidale.
Being located near Ebor and Dorrigo, “Glenview”’s improved pastures enjoy the deep red basalt the district is renowned for, as well as fertile metasediment soils closer to the river. Some of the higher ground has been utilised for potato cropping in the past.
Water is a natural feature of this district, and “Glenview” does not miss out. There are 7 spring-fed dams, 11 troughs and a total of about 5 kilometres of frontage to Merchin Creek and Blicks River.
Production is assured with an average annual rainfall of about 1,200 mm plus 16ha of gravity-fed irrigation. In addition to all of this, there is a wonderful commercial timber resource on Glenview”.
A farm forestry plan is in place with the harvesting of native timber providing a reliable secondary income source. Native hardwood species available for milling include New England blackbutt, bluegum, tallowwood and others.
The forested area also provides excellent winter grazing for joined cows, so it really is multifunctional. A productive property with such natural beauty, it is easy to also appreciate the lifestyle “Glenview” offers. Green hills, Aussie bush and wonderful river access all contribute to a very special place.
“Glenview” has been SOLD by Graham MacDougall. Further details call Graham on 0412 220 302.
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