“Old Glenreagh Station” 2750 Orara Way, Kremnos


Escape to your own river cottage with this fully renovated 1920’s homestead on 97 acres within easy reach of Coffs Harbour.
Featuring a three bedroom cottage with seperate studio and ample shedding, the property will tick the boxes for a host of buyers.
The home boasts original french doors, bullnose verandahs, claw foot bath and timber floorboards and has been lovingly restored during our vendor’s tenure.
But they haven’t missed the modern comforts either.
Solar power, air conditioning, radiated heat banks and a quality Falcon oven with 5 burners make this old home an efficient and comfortable residence whatever the season.
Spend your mornings in the garden or art studio or just enjoy a cuppa on the verandah.
The tinkerer of the family will be happy in the assorted sheds and greenhouses and there is further scope to develop the farm enterprises should you wish.
Grow your own vegetables or nursery plants, or further extend the fruit and nut orchards.
The property was formerly a dairy and the old stalls are still standing, so the options for a boutique livestock operation are also there.
Water security is assured with our region’s high annual rainfall and the permanent Orara River, well known for its bass fishing.
Set just minutes from Glenreagh village, the property is just 25 minutes from both Coffs Harbour and Grafton via the Orara Way.
Duck down to the Glenreagh bakery for a loaf of bread or one of their famous pies or enjoy a quiet drink at the Golden Dog hotel. Those needing some retail therapy can head into the big smoke of Coffs Harbour to enjoy a day at the beach or pick up your visitors off the direct flights from Sydney and Melbourne.
“Old Glenreagh Station” is a stunning example of north-coast country living and the established gardens and peaceful ambience are something that can only be appreciated in person.
Please watch the video to get a good overview of the property and then book your private inspection by contacting our office on (02) 6643 4411.


Lot & DP info: 4//746338 & 3//1150850
Size: Approx 39.4ha or 97 acres.
Council Rates: $1324/ annum

288 Morrows Road, Nana Glen



Dive into the country lifestyle with this beautifully established 59 acre property just 3 minutes from Nana Glen.
Featuring a renovated five-bedroom homestead which delights with its generous room sizes and comfortable layout, this neat farm has something to please the whole family.
A modern country kitchen, two large living areas and a sparkling new family bathroom combine to make this a real surprise package once you step inside.
Gently undulating paddocks run away from the house, and horse lovers will be in heaven here with the post and rail day yards and sand arena to help train and keep your trusted equine friends safe.
Saddle up from the two stables and ride down to the Nana Glen equestrian centre just minutes down the road or put your charge through its paces on home turf.
If the beach is more your go, pack the towels and hit the waves at Moonee Beach or Coffs Harbour which are both an easy 20-25 minute drive from the front gate.
The shed lover of the family won’t miss out either.
A lock-up workshop with concrete floor and power adjoins a well appointed studio perfect for the resident artist, quilter or home crafts person.
The machinery shed / hay shed is monstrous and will house any size machine with its soaring roof.
Three good sized bays adjoin two stable boxes with their own post and rail paddocks.
While there is a good compliment of horse infrastructure, the property certainly hasn’t been over capitalised and is equally useful for a range of grazing or horticultural pursuits.
Two large dams sit at the rear of the property and a smaller stock dam waters the front cultivation paddock.
Bore water is also available from a site close to the house giving you guaranteed water security.
This privately but well located property offers a versatile and comfortable lifestyle to the family lucky enough to buy it, and as such your early inspection is recommended.
Please watch the video to get a good overview of the property and then call our office to arrange your inspection on (02) 6643 4411.

Lot & DP info: 41//DP628650
Size: 24.21ha or 59.8ac.
Improvements: House, workshop garage and studio, high 3 bay machinery shed, dual carport, horse day yards with rail fenced paddocks, cattle yards, sand arena, water bore and three dams.
House: Five generous bedrooms and two bathrooms. Two large living areas. Art studio / hobby room.

3 Kythera Close, Elland


Take the time to stop and smell the flowers with this immaculate three bedroom double-brick home in tightly held Elland.
Featuring a timeless, comfortable layout that has been updated with all the mod-cons, the home is a first class example of quality workmanship throughout.
A sparkling new kitchen, large open living area and monster main bedroom with ensuite will tick the boxes for even the most fastidious of buyers.
Two split system air-conditioning units and the wood combustion heater will help keep you comfortable through all seasons and cleaning is a breeze thanks to the ducted vacuum system.
A large rear deck and above ground pool make this home perfect for entertainers or family gatherings and the neat and low maintenance lawn and gardens further enhance the outdoor appeal.
A double garage adjoins the home and in combination with the separate colorbond workshop and garden sheds, storage is a real feature of the property.
Spend your time pottering about the garden or tinkering in the large shed or just lock the doors and take the caravan on a big lap.
Situated within five minutes drive of the golf club, shops, schools, doctors and all other town services, the low-set house screams easy living on all fronts.
The lifestyle on offer here is best demonstrated on inspection, and your early booking is recommended. Quality homes such as this are becoming harder to find and this could be the perfect place for you to relax and enjoy the life you have been worked hard to achieve.

Lots 103 & 104 Poley House Road, Lanitza


Escape to your very own off-grid retreat with all the modern comforts – but without the bills.
This tidy package at Lanitza, less than 20 minutes drive to Grafton, features a steel-framed four bedroom home set on 143 acres with off-grid solar and ample tank water storage meaning you can put the bills in the shredder.
There is a free-standing timber carport and a good shed featuring your own man cave ready for the house warming party.
Live life amongst the spotted gums and native hardwoods, and spend your afternoons tinkering in the shed or riding your horse through the bush.
The garbage collection and school bus service passes along Orara Way and with just a short run to town you can get to work easily but feel a world away once you get home.
This property will appeal to those wanting a low maintenance home and if you are looking for somewhere to put your own stamp on things there is plenty of potential to pursue that avenue too.
Please watch the video to get a good overview of the block and then contact our office to arrange your inspection. Good quality packages are hard to come by in this price range and your early inspection is recommended.


Lot & DP info: Lots 103, 104 // DP751374.
Size: 58.02ha or 143 acres
House: 4 bed, 1 bath. Steel frame construction with off-grid solar and tank water.


“Woodstock Park” 124 Grafton St, Nana Glen



Cradled above the trendy hinterland village of Nana Glen, this productive riverfront farm delivers more than just quality grazing.
You can take the dog for a walk, grab a morning coffee at the Idle In Cafe or drop the kids off at the primary school all within a few hundred metres of the farm gate.
With a short 15 minute drive to Moonee Beach or 20 mins to Coffs Harbour, this productive farm feels a world away from the rush of the city but is within easy reach of everything the Coffs Coast has to offer.
An estimated carrying capacity of 40 breeders means this property shapes as a perfect place to retire to while still maintaining an income and keeping your hand in the game.
This small farm packs more punch than most with quality pastures based on paspalum and kikuyu.
The river flats are suitable for hay and silage production with the Orara River providing excellent water security in dry seasons.
Better yet, the farm’s position beside a popular tourist route make sales from the farm gate more than just a possibility.
The comfortable country home features three bedrooms and an office, with views across your paddocks to the village and open mountain ranges beyond.
Running costs are kept down with a 3kwh solar system and separate evacuated tube solar hot water.
A good shed and workshop, steel cattle yards, internal fencing divisions and multiple stock dams mean all you need to do is to maintain the current infrastructure to continue running a successful grazing enterprise.
Please watch the video to get a good overview of the property and then call our office to arrange your inspection.
Quality small farms with lifestyle benefits such as these rarely last long in today’s market and we recommend you declare your interest early to avoid disappointment.


Lot & DP: 42//731790; 5//805847
Size: 51.15ha or 126 acres
Carrying Capacity: Estimated at 40 breeders
Zoning: RU2
House: 3 bedroom plus office. 1 bathroom, two toilets. Double garage. Double brick and iron construction. Air conditioning and wood fire. 3kwh solar system plus evacuated tube hot water system with electric booster.
Infrastructure: Shed with both concreted workshop bays and earth floor machinery bays, cattle yards, water tanks. 6 stock dams.

11 Ryries Rd, Lawrence


Start living the rural lifestyle within easy reach of the Clarence River and Yamba’s beaches on this neat hobby farm at Lawrence.
Boasting everything you need to start your very own small farm, the property consists of a three bedroom brick home, in-ground pool, ample shedding and 12 acres of open grazing land perfect for a range of hobby pursuits.
The vendors have won numerous awards with the alpacas produced on the block and the fencing is secure for a range of livestock thanks to the ring-lock netting surrounding the property.
The farm also has good potential to be developed into a more intensive food production block and there are countless options for the buyer to consider should they wish to expand the land’s potential.
A large dam provides good water security and the extra water goes a long way to helping maintain the garden and orchard through a dry spell. The orchard features 7 mango trees, lychees, macadamias and a mulberry tree.
The house is a solid focal point of the property and boasts an open dining and living area off the kitchen.
The kitchen and dining room windows overlook the pool with Brooms Head visible on the horizon, while three good sized bedrooms, including a main with en-suite and WIR, a family bathroom and laundry complete the living quarters.
An oversized garage with internal access, 4 bay drive-through colourbond garage and an extra farm machinery shed ensure there is plenty of storage for the cars, tractor, boat and motorbike.
Running costs are kept down by the impressive 6kwh solar system which features a Fronius inverter and feeds extra energy back to the grid.
This farm will suit young families wanting to move out of town, through to older couples wanting a low maintenance downsizing option, and as such your early inspection is recommended.
Properties of this nature and price tag are sold quickly, so it is likely to be a case of first in best dressed!
Please watch the video to get a good overview of the block and then call our office on (02) 6643 4411 to make your interest known.


Size: 5.15ha (12.72 acres)
Lot & DP info: Lot 2//DP714380
Zoning: RU2
Solar: 6kwh back to grid system
Water: 4 rainwater tanks with approx 100,000L storage, large farm dam.

Grainger’s Dairy


Drought-proof your grazing operation by securing this irrigated dairy farm just minutes from Grafton.
Held in the same family for four generations, “Grainger’s Dairy” is a local landmark at Southgate, a highly regarded area known for its fertile alluvial soils and strong production capabilities.
Boasting 246 acres across multiple titles, the property is a green oasis in a tough season with the irrigable pasture and cropping lots standing out as beacons of production.
A 174 ML irrigation licence from Alumy Creek allows consistent pasture and crop production year round.
The vendors state they previously milked 220 cows a day with dry cattle and replacements also carried on the block.
While the dairy operation ceased in 2017, the property has since been leased on a 3 year term to a Wagyu cattle breeder who runs a mixed herd of approximately 280 head including cows and replacements.
The existing lease yields a monthly rent of $11,250 (plus GST) and expires on Dec 31, 2019. All outgoings including electricity, water and council rates are also paid by the leasee under the terms of the agreement which will be made available to genuine enquirers.
The property in its entirety is formed by the aggregation of three properties in the immediate area with their own purposes and strengths.
A 45 acre flood-refuge paddock is located high and dry on the ridge at School Lane, just north of the homestead, with a separate alluvial grazing paddock of 53 acres located just south along Lawrence Road.
Both add security and scope to the home and dairy portions which are undoubtedly the jewels in the crown.
Deep kikuyu and paspalum pastures are rotated with forage crops under irrigation and the long history of intensive grazing is in evidence with the deep, nutritious hue of the grass.
Other non-irrigated pastures are made up of kikuyu and swamp couch and are well established across the balance of the flat country.
The hill paddock on School Lane is of a lighter soil type but provides an insurance option against a major flood in the Clarence River with its ability to safely hold cattle when the floodplain is covered by water.
The home is a six bedroom weatherboard house with wrap-around verandahs overlooking the lawn tennis court and grazing paddocks beyond.
Big enough for two families, the original house was extended with a new wing which included four more bedrooms a family bathroom and laundry with second shower and toilet.
In addition to the existing house, there are two extra building entitlements on the property and further details on these can be provided.
Quality farms are being snapped up across the Clarence Valley and this property fits in very well amongst comparable sales.
Please watch the video to get a good overview of the property and then make your interest known by booking your inspection today.

“Main Creek” Ramornie



Lifestyle meets production on the beautifully appointed “Main Creek” at Ramornie.
Comprising 507 acres bounded by its namesake creek, the property has been developed into a quality rural holding which boasts alluvial flats rising to undulating hills and timbered ridges.
Enveloped by expansive views of the Gibraltar Ranges beyond, the property makes an ideal place to run up to 110 breeders and turn off sale-topping calves.
The high quality brick and tile home is set amongst beautifully established gardens and becomes the centre of attention when you reach the bottom of the private driveway.
Consisting of four bedrooms and two bathrooms, the cathedral ceilings, quality finishes and shaded verandahs are real features that ensure the whole family will be proud to call “Main Creek” home.
Water security is assured with direct access to the permanent Main Creek, supplemented by a series of 7 large stock dams in addition to seasonal gullies.
A large set of timber cattle yards, machinery shed, workshop and double lock-up garage meet all infrastructure and storage needs for the farm.
Horse lovers will rejoice in the timber slab stables and tack room which lend an authentic country feel to the home and surrounds.
The gardens and outbuildings would readily lend themselves to weddings, 21st birthdays or any large-scale family celebration.
Situated just 20 minutes from Grafton along sealed road, the property is far enough out of town to ensure privacy and a rural feel without being removed from society.
School buses run past the front gate. Shops and services are within easy driving distance.
Complete grazing and lifestyle packages of this scale are hard to find, so please make your interest known early and call our office to arrange your private inspection.

Size: 205ha (507 acres)
Lot & DP Info: 1//DP1140316; 1926//DP719726; 1//DP721338

Flood-free grazing at Waterview Heights



Claim the high ground with this 121 acre grazing block at Waterview Heights, situated just off Hampton Road and only minutes from South Grafton.
Tightly held as a flood-refuge block for many years, the property is now being released after the vendors have sold their larger cattle grazing operation on the floodplain.
Consisting of cleared native pastures, permanent water is supplied to the paddock by Munns Creek. Small waterholes dot the creekline even in the driest of seasons.
Good sized flood-free paddocks like this are hard to find, especially so close to town.
Insure your grazing operation against the next flood event, or utilise it as a good grazing block to increase the carrying capacity of your operation.
Access to the property is via right of carriageway on crown roads and these would need significant works prior to council approval of any permanent dwelling.
Please call our office to discuss this block’s suitability to your operation, the demand for this type of property is always high and it may well be a case of first in-best dressed!

Lot & DP numbers: 245//DP751383; 1//DP1169322.

Size: 49.2ha (121.5 acres)

Zoning: RU2 Rural Landscape

302 Murrayville Road, Ashby Heights


Private rural homes close to Yamba’s beaches don’t get any more affordable than this beauty at Ashby Heights.
Well located within an easy 20 minute drive of Yamba and less than 15 minutes from Maclean, the new owners of this home will face a dilemma.
Do you keep your hidden location to yourself or do you invite friends and family in to enjoy the massive covered entertainment area?
A sparkling new kitchen is the hub of the home which features three good-sized bedrooms including a large master complete with en-suite and access to the wrap-around verandah.
Open plan living and dining areas connect back to the kitchen zone with a raised ceiling giving even more sense of space.
Air-conditioning units have been installed to cover the whole house and a new wood fire is ready for next winter.
The home is set on ten acres of predominantly Tallowood bush which rises to a ridge at the top of the block. Blackbutt, Red Mahogany and Bloodwood are also growing on the property.
There is ample room for a tinny in the double garage with an extra skillion roof, and the covered entertaining area can also act as a double carport when not in use.
Run down to the river to catch a few mudcrabs or flathead and come home to cook them fresh on the barbecue overlooking the rear garden and bush beyond.
An outdoor spa is also ready for a summer’s afternoon of relaxation.
Please watch the video to get a taste of what this property offers in terms of lifestyle, and then call our office to arrange your inspection. Our vendors have made the commitment to buy elsewhere and comparable sales suggest this property won’t last long at this price.


Lot & DP Info: 46,47//751356
Size: 3.98 Hectares (10 acres approx)
Zoning: RU2 and E3