Primary Production, Spectacular Location, Armidale, 2350
More than a blank canvas
It would be unfair to describe this “bare acreage” property as a “blank canvas”. Just take a look at the canvas you’ve got to work with…
Whilst there are no stockyards or homestead – not even a power pole, at about 230 hectares it qualifies for a dwelling entitlement; with the breathtaking vista across the gorge providing the opportunity to establish off-grid living in a truly unique location. Come to think of it, the property doesn’t have a name; we’ll leave that to you.
The property is located just 30 minutes’ drive south of Armidale in the Enmore district. Soils are a mix of trap and fine granite, with the topography best described as gently undulating. Pastures are mostly native with some introduced species throughout.
Stock water is secure, with 15 dams on-site and a wet gully running south to north. The location near the gorge ensures rising warm air minimises the usual harsh frost experienced in our district.
Native Australian timber species span the landscape, including stringybark, box and white gum.
There is direct access to the Oxley Wild Rivers National Park; open the gate and walk in. A modern exclusion fence keeps livestock safe from unwanted incursions from the park.
A productive property with the ability to add as much or as little infrastructure as desired, this unique property will appeal to a range of investors. Absentee owners seeking a passive income, those searching for a spectacular retreat with the bonus of a primary production underwriting the purchase, someone simply starting out on their farming journey. All these should consider this property.
This is a property where “seeing really is believing”.
For further details or to arrange an inspection, please contact Graham MacDougall on 0412 220 302.
This property is UNDER CONTRACT.
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