Step into the stately rural home of your dreams with the immaculate “Southgate” – 116 acres of premium floodplain grazing just five minutes from Grafton. Featuring a beautifully restored and renovated home, the circa 1925 federation home is the focal point of an established garden. Tastefully added to with a stunning 54 sqm outdoor verandah space, the home has all the charm of yesteryear but with modern lifestyle twists. Enjoy the summer breeze off the Clarence River flat and entertain your guests as you look over the post and rail paddocks across your holding to the horizon beyond. Ceilings are an impressive 13-feet high with original pressed metal features, and the renovated kitchen and large bathroom will appeal to the discerning buyer. Everywhere you turn there is a mix of old-world charm balanced by modern country style. The established garden casts beautiful shade across the lawns and easy access to the stables, yards and shed make the farm jobs a pleasure. The farm offers scope for a diverse income whether you want to carry bullocks, breeders or horses. There are three main paddocks with a central lane way for ease of mustering. All paddocks are connected to mains water and have cement troughs. Fencing on the property is in excellent condition, with mains electric fencing around six horse paddocks, three of which have double shelters. The property will become flood affected in major flood events of the Clarence River, but the paddock layout and design work of our long-time vendors has made this an easier event to handle. Please do not miss your chance to register your interest in this one of a kind property. Excellent grazing and fattening properties with quality homestead and infrastructure just do not come on the market regularly. Contact our office on (02) 6643 4411 to arrange your personal inspection. You will not be disappointed by what you discover!
Set in an elevated position overlooking the wetlands of Little Broadwater and Lawrence Golf Club, 72 Harrisons Lane rivals the best lifestyle properties in Lawrence. Situated only 2 minutes from the township and the Clarence River, the four bedroom home and 202 acre property boasts valley living at its finest. This perfect retirement location is only a short drive from Grafton, Maclean and Yamba with the morning commute certainly possible for those not ready to hang their hat up just yet. Enjoy a morning cuppa watching the diverse birdlife and grazing cattle from the back verandah, before tying on your golf shoes for a round at the charming Lawrence Golf Club which is only a 9-iron from your front door. Entering the home up lovingly-crafted redwood steps (cut from a fallen tree at the Lawrence Public School) the wide verandahs and breathtaking outlook are seducing. The entrance flows into an open living space and views of the wetland beyond. A modern kitchen, dining and living room hint at the relaxation and quiet country life that will be enjoyed for years to come. An enormous main bedroom is set off to the right with a home-office and modern laundry and bathroom combination leading through to the bigger than average double garage. Follow the hallway to the left and you will discover the beautiful main bathroom and three generous bedrooms all with built in wardrobes. A smaller room currently used as an office could also be used as a fifth bedroom or nursery. Storage is a real feature of the residence, with ample linen cupboards down both sides of the hall. The natural elevation of the property means the home is safe from flooding, but the low driveway will mean a short ride in the tinny when the larger floods occur in the Clarence Valley. The home has been built with self-sufficiency in mind and boasts a complete stand alone off-grid power system. Solar panels charge the large battery bank located in a purpose built room behind the garage, with a diesel back-up generator on hand in the garden shed should an extra boost be required. Water tanks provide all the water to the residence, although there is town water available on the property and it is currently used to fill the stock troughs. The property is over 80ha and is set on rural and environmental zonings that require 40ha minimum lot size for a potential future subdivision and second building entitlement (S.T.C.A.) Words alone do not do this property justice. Come and inspect this immaculate country residence and experience for yourself the special brand of peaceful enjoyment that it will provide for many years to come. Elite country properties such as this are not lasting long in today’s market, so please make your interest known early!
Lot & DP info: 1//799315, 1//1169866, 1//1208243 Size: 81.97 Ha (202.47 acres) Improvements: House, shed, generator shed, off-grid solar and batteries, solar hot water, diesel kubota generator, steel cattle yards, 2 water tanks, town water connected.
Start living the Aussie dream in this classic Westlawn family home on Turf Street. Just two doors down from the cafe and primary school and within easy walking and riding distance of sports grounds, town pool and the shopping centre, this is a prime location that offers the best of Grafton living. The house is neat, tidy and well cared for, and there are signs everywhere that this has been a much loved family home. Four bedrooms, two living areas, a second toilet downstairs, wood combustion stove, solar system and carport are a list of features adding up to a comfortable and low-cost lifestyle. The house has also previously been run as a family day care, and the fully fenced yard is ideal for kids, pets and a vegie patch. There is more than meets the eye with the under house storage, workshop and garage area – and it would prove the ideal base from which to really go to town on the renovation potential here. Good quality older homes that have been well-loved and cared for are increasingly hard to find in today’s market. Don’t miss you chance to buy this quality family home at the right price. Call our office to arrange your private inspection and make your interest known early.
Build the house and shed package of your design on this exciting new subdivision fronting Hampton Road at Waterview Heights. Milligan’s Estate, named after the original owner of the farmland, offers contemporary living only five minutes from Grafton. Elevated in a flood free position, Waterview Heights is a popular large lot residential zone in the Clarence Valley. “Milligan’s Estate” offers you the chance to build that custom house, pool and shed of your own choosing with all the benefits of being handy to town services. Underground electricity and communications pits will be available to connect to from day one and town water is also available. The blocks are approved by council and being sold pending registration of the final subdivision plan – so lock in your choice of lot by paying a 10% deposit with settlement to occur in February 2022. Please contact our office for further details or to arrange an inspection. Hurry, these premium blocks are in limited supply and only the quickest will have the choice of lots.
Size: 4000m2 to 5758m2 Price: $230,000 – $245,000 Improvements: Electricity and communications pit, town water.
Dive into an idyllic rural lifestyle with this brilliant small farm at Braunstone – just seven minutes from Grafton. Set on 24 acres and featuring a neat and tidy 2 bed and 2 bath home, this property will suit a range of buyers from first-farm buyers, right through to down-sizers looking for an easy to maintain property with huge retirement lifestyle potential. Enjoy scenic views over Braunstone, one of the hottest rural localities in the Clarence Valley. A host of new families have recently moved into the area and the welcome mat will be rolled out at the Braunstone Social and Tennis Club for the new purchasers too! The home features a renovated kitchen, beautiful narrow hardwood floorboards and two bathrooms, one for each bedroom. Its small footprint belies the open plan feel inside and in combination with the covered rear entertainment area and the verandah, the house packs plenty of extra living space. The improved pastures of Rhodes Grass and White Clover roll down to a large farm dam which provides water security for both the livestock & garden. The large underground concrete water tank and two poly tanks mean there is ample fresh rainwater for use in the house. The shedding is excellent. A lock-up colourbond double garage with two roller doors, a workshop with sliding doors and a gyprock-lined extra room, and a farm and hay shed set near the timber cattle yards. There’s a shed for every purpose! A solar system feeding back to the grid and solar hot water will also help keep the living costs low. Quality small farms that can be purchased under residential mortgage terms are in very short supply, and this one ticks many boxes not just for the banks, but for the range of families it will suit. The property has further potential for anyone wanting to extend the house or enhance the lovely garden or pastures already in place. Please make your interest known early to avoid disappointment. Inspections are by private appointment only and it could well be a case of first in best dressed.
Lot & DP info: 3//DP585469 Size: 9.76 hectares (24.1 acres) Improvements: 2 bedroom home, open workshop shed, hay shed, timber yards, solar system, solar hot water, 3 water tanks, electric dam pump.
Unleash the potential of this diverse and productive farm at Ramornie, just 20 minutes drive from Grafton. Soft flats lay across the two creek frontages before the land rises to timbered ridges covered with native hardwoods not harvested in the vendor’s 30 year tenure. The humble country farmhouse boasts more than meets the eye. Definitely one for the renovators, the exterior of the home hides some massive rooms just waiting for further refinement. There is four bedrooms and three bathrooms within, with some of the wet areas more recently tiled and modernised. The back verandah, once the front of the house, offers a space to sit with the family and enjoy the sunset over the creek flat. The bahia pastures support up to 40 head and agistment is an option with an agistee in place who has maintained the boundary fences in recent times. Water security for the stock is assured with a number of dams and hollows, fed by springfed gullies and the two creeks. The lower part of the property can be flood affected, but the house and infrastructure are out of the water’s reach. Subdivision of the property (S.T.C.A) is also a possibility for the future owners, with a minimum lot size of 40ha according to the zoning plan. Don’t delay to register your interest for this handy property. Big acres close to town with a house and sheds are scarce in today’s market. Call our office to book your inspection without delay. It is often a case of first in best dressed when listings like these hit the books.
Great spot to build? Tick. Subdividable? Tick. Sealed road access and flood free? Tick. There’s options galore with this handy little parcel set on Lower Kangaroo Creek Road, Coutts Crossing. Zoned large lot residential, and able to be split into two ten acre blocks (STCA), the property is equally suited to a family searching for that handy location and rural views to build their dream home. Which way you go with the property is up to you. There is a powerline easement across the block but there is enough level space to build away from the lines and still get a great view of the Kangaroo Creek flats beyond the back fence. Run a few steers, get some chooks and grow your own vegies, all while being on a school bus route, five minutes from Coutts Crossing and 15 minutes to Grafton. To organise an inspection, please contact our agency and make your interest known early to avoid disappointment.
Note: The property is almost right at the junction of Burragan Road and Lower Kangaroo Creek Road and signs are on the fence.
Lot & DP info: 1462 //DP1192785 Size: 8.263 Hectares (20.4 acres) Improvements: Shed (Cattle yards are not included.)
“Lyndale” offers the discerning family everything they could want in a family home, and the extra space and tremendous potential of the workshop mean anyone currently renting a small business premises in town would reap the benefits of being able to combine that expenditure into a home-based operation.
A massive four-bedroom home, first-class workshop, in-ground pool, solar system, separate garage and your own “pub” – all set on 3.7 acres of land on the edge of town.
The cavernous family home was built by Perry Homes in 2008 and consists of four bedrooms, an office, a queensland or entertainment room, an enclosed in double garage or hobby-room, as well as separate living and lounge areas. The neat in-ground pool features its own gazebo and reflects sparkling views from back inside the house. Energy efficiency is assured with solar hot water and a back to the grid solar system mounted on the shed. The workshop is a seven-bay, concrete floor, lockable shed with its own bathroom. There is a separate colourbond double-garage, also with a concrete floor, as well as a shade house, animal shelters and two water tanks to catch the benefits of such a large roof area. Informed buyers in the local area will recognise the value on offer here. You simply cannot build a package like this for the same money. Please make your interest known early to avoid disappointment. There is only one “Lyndale” and the thought and effort that has been put into developing this special lifestyle will most likely mean that the first to inspect will buy!
Lot & DP info: 1//DP1085073 Size: 1.5 Ha (3.7 acres) Improvements: House, 7 Bay Workshop, 2 Bay Colorbond Garage, Pool, Solar System, Solar Hot Water, 2 Water Tanks, Animal Shedding, Shade House, Garden Locker.
Add scale and scope to your grazing operations with this handy 339 acre farm just outside of Coutts Crossing. Boasting a 13ML irrigation license perfect for growing your own fodder crops, a large lockable machinery shed and stock drinking water supplied from both the town-water pipeline and Blaxlands Creek frontage, this big parcel has some real advantages over other properties in the price range. The large majority of the property is cleared, with an attractive stand of spotted gum left on the ridge as a cattle camp and some remnant vegetation over the creek. There are also a handful of jacaranda and fig trees closer down to the flat and bordering some attractive home-sites. The property has legal access off Shannondale Dam Road via crown road easement, and off Armidale Road via a travelling stock reserve. If you are wanting to build a home on the property, please contact the Clarence Valley Council duty planner on (02) 6643 0200 to discuss access upgrade requirements to have your DA approved before booking your inspection. This property is priced to sell at just $2400 per acre, plus the value of the shed and irrigation license. If you are serious about expanding your grazing business, please do not delay in contacting our office.
Lot & DP info: 83,123//DP752810 Size: 137.4Ha (339.4 acres) Inclusions: Machinery Shed, 13ML irrigation license from Blaxlands Creek Zoning: RU1 Primary Production, RU2 Rural Landscape
Get off-grid with this individually-tailored retreat set on 198 acres at Lilydale. Beautifully designed by the vendor, with towering custom windows cut from slabs of native timber rising all the way to the heights of the pitched ceilings, the home is full of light and space. Complete with an off-grid solar setup, a survival bunker complete with air filtration system and a terrific shedding foot-print with its own short term accomodation, this property is ideal for anyone seeking a home hidden away from the modern world. The bedrooms are all generous in proportion, but they struggle to hold a candle to the open living spaces of the lounge-room, kitchen and dining. It has yet to be confirmed by the good people at the Guiness Book of Records, but the home could well boast the biggest bathroom in the Clarence Valley! Three bedrooms are complimented by a guest room in the shed. There is 135,000L of tank water capacity so your guests can enjoy a long shower taking in the bathroom views of the bush beyond. The 254sqm home is constructed of Hebel block, with a 2.7kw and 1020ah battery bank in addition to solar hot water. Immerse yourself in peaceful views of the trees and wildlife from the verandah, or duck down to the workshop, put the radio on and tinker to your heart’s content The shed measures 18x6m with a full concrete slab, and there is also a separate open-sided workshop built over a shipping container. Please watch the video to get a good overview of the property and then make arrangements to inspect immediately. Off-grid properties of this calibre are rare, and there is plenty to appeal to a wide range of buyers in today’s market.
Lot & DP info: 3//1097659 Size: 80.13 Hectares or 197.92 acres Zoning: RU2 Rural Landscape