Immaculate farms on the edge of town don’t get much better than this!
Featuring a four-bedroom brick home on 76 alluvial acres, Butterfactory Lane is just minutes from Grafton’s centre and within walking and cycling distance of schools and the hospital.
Run as a highly regarded Poll Hereford stud by the vendors, this property has a history and reputation for incredible forage production and equally impressive cattle results.
Oats, lab lab, and rye grass are rotationally grown and baled, and the condition on the stud herd demonstrates how valuable this extra feed can be in a hard season.
Accompanied by excellent farm infrastructure including hand-built timber barns, stables and yards set amongst mature trees, the property has a real country feel without the long drive from town.
A huge shedding footprint includes a large barn with skillion roof, bull feeding troughs and grain silo, a builder’s workshop and carport, high door colorbond garage, open machinery shed, three stables with a tack/feed room, and a slab-sided timber barn.
The vendor was a well-known local builder prior to retirement and built his own home with the utmost of care.
The single level brick home has four bedrooms and two bathrooms and will suit a range of family situations.
The bones of the house are excellent and generous room sizes and a simple time-honoured layout flow out to a shaded back patio and outdoor barbecue area.
This property boasts all the benefits of being situated on the alluvial floodplain soils of the Clarence River, but without the flooding risk to major infrastructure due to its flood-free ridge where the house and all sheds are located.
All fencing is in great order, there is town water to the troughs, laneways leading into the yards, and feed troughs are located close by the feed shed.
If you are lucky enough to buy this property, you are not just buying a home and productive farm, you are buying years of meticulous planning and work, hand-weeded paddocks and an excellent fertiliser history.
The result is a credit to the vendors and something that can only be truly appreciated in person.
Please watch the video to get a good overview of the property and then call our office to book your private inspection.
Lot & DP info: 6//882105 Size: 31.02 hectares (76.62 acres) Improvements: House, large timber barn, stables, single garage, high door colorbond garage, colorbond farm shed, workshop, historic slab sided barn, underground irrigation main, seperate power meterbox on creek. House: 4 bed, 2 bath. Single level brick and tile. Inclusions: Irrigation licence from Alumy Creek plus electric pump and irrigator.
Start living the farmhouse dream in this character cottage set on 106 acres at Upper Fine Flower.
Boasting a 4 bedroom home, large barn, lock-up workshop and a series of other outbuildings, the property has good potential to be improved by the new owners.
The land is predominantly cleared or semi-cleared there is a good stand of feed on the southern catchment of the farm.
A large dam (in need of wall repair) is well placed to catch enough water for stock requirements, and a perennial stream also crosses the block.
Situated 50 minutes drive from the river city of Grafton, this could be an ideal weekender or your permanent escape from the world!
Good gravel road access is via Copmanhurst or Coaldale, with the majority of the trip on sealed bitumen.
You won’t find many better equipped farms in this price bracket. Big sheds, back-to grid solar, good cleared paddocks and a view to the Gibraltar Ranges make the trip from town very worthwhile.
Circumstances have changed for our vendors and a quick sale is desired. Register your interest by calling our office on (02) 6643 4411 to arrange your private inspection.
Details: Lot & DP info: Lot 7//DP841193 Size: 42.91 Ha (105.99 ac.) Zoning: RU2 Rural Landscape Improvements: House, colorbond barn, lock-up workshop/machinery shed, timber framed farm shed, chook pen, laundry building. Exclusions: The above ground swimming pool in the photos in not included in the sale.
Achieve immediate scale and create efficiencies within your grazing operation with this exciting Clarence River aggregation at Southgate.
Formed by the combination of three neighbouring properties, the 317ha (783 acre) package will be the single largest holding on this section of the river and one of the most productive farms in the district.
Boasting three houses plus workers cabins, a fully fledged rotary dairy with its own milk processing factory, a flood-free hill portion of approx 160 acres, 80ML of irrigation licences plus shedding infrastructure you can only dream about – the aggregation offers balance and security not found in the individual holdings.
Dairy producers will already know the Big River Milk brand after it was awarded Australia’s best cream in 2019, but the aggregation now opens a range of options to the market.
The properties have an estimated carrying capacity of 400 cows and further improvement can be made across the trio of farms to increase that capacity in future.
Beef producers will find equally compelling value in the package.
Grow fodder and forage crops on the alluvial soils, irrigate, graze the permanent pastures and finish steers in the 55 x 25m undercover feedlot to meet your target market.
A four bedroom renovated federation home, four bedroom fibro-house, two bedroom off-grid cottage and workers cabins create opportunities for income diversification through rent returns, or the option of housing your workforce on-site.
Shedding includes a large machinery shed 30m x 18m, calf shed 17m x 15m, calf shelter 7m x 6m, 38m x 12m concrete workshop, steel yards and 500t concrete floor silage pits at main dairy, with extra machinery and workshop sheds on adjoining blocks.
The current dairy consists of a 36 unit rotary with 300 cow concrete yard, 12,000 litre vat, silos and office and is in close proximity to the milk processing factory with pasteuriser, separator, cream pasteuriser, bottling plant, coolroom and lab.
Irrigation licences from Alumy Creek are also included in the sale and total 80ML.
It is a rare moment in time when three adjoining blocks are available at once.
Never before has an opportunity to purchase blue-chip grazing country at Southgate at such scale been available.
Please contact our office on (02) 6643 4411 for the full details on the aggregation. Your private inspection is invited.
Create your forever home on this quality 99 acre building block situated ideally halfway between Coffs Harbour and Grafton.
A neat and near-new 12x8m double garage gives you instant access to keeping some gear on farm and forms a good base from which to develop your dream property.
A large ring dam with a catchment off a good road drainage line gives excellent water security for livestock or horticulture, with the frontage to Middle Creek and the presence of a smaller spring guaranteeing supply even in the longest of droughts.
Bitumen road frontage, power available and an easy 20 min drive down to the beach at Woolgoolga are added bonuses.
You only have to look at the colour of the grass to know you are in the right spot to catch a storm and the edges of the coastal rain pattern. Compared to the rest of the district the coastal fringes really standout in times like this.
Please watch the video to get a good overview of the block and then call our office to arrange your inspection. This could be that perfect country escape from your busy lifestyle, or the blank canvas to develop your own small farm.
Buyers searching for an immaculate low-set modern home on quality grazing country need look no further than this perfect small farm at Junction Hill.
Boasting 84 acres in total, the property rises from its Alumy Creek frontage to a flood-free home site on Trenayr Road just five minutes from the Grafton CBD.
Enjoy peace of mind with your major infrastructure set on the flood-free ridge (just in case it ever rains again) but with the balance of approx 65 acres of A-grade alluvial grazing.
Bring your best 30 cow and calf pairs, chain the tractor on the flat bed and move straight into this perfect downsizer’s retreat which has all the convenience of living in town but with genuinely versatile farmland.
Grow ryegrass, oats, beans or other forage crops or just graze your herd on the established kikuyu and clover pastures along the creek.
The 2005 built home has four bedrooms and two bathrooms with a modern layout and beautiful country views across the property.
Two large sheds are in place to house the machinery and toys, and a good set of working cattle yards, eight paddocks and reticulated town water troughs ensure everything is in place for the livestock.
It is rare to find a modern and low set home on good alluvial grazing paddock here in the Clarence Valley due to the nature of our floods.
To find one on the market that is just five minutes from the Grafton CBD has been next to impossible.
Please watch the video to get a good overview of what the block has to offer, and then call our office to arrange your private inspection.
Lot & DP: Lot 152// DP1060917 Size: 34.09 Ha (84.2 acres) Zoning: RU1 Primary Production
Step inside this architecturally designed and beautifully finished home at Clarenza to get a true appreciation of the finer things in country living.
Boasting five bedrooms, two bathrooms and two living areas, the home also features a covered outdoor living space overlooking the in-ground pool to the 33 acres beyond.
Designed by local architect Richard Van Dorp, the home is no doubt the focal point of the property.
Two living areas separated by the country styled kitchen on the north side of the home link the communal inside spaces to the outdoor dining and lounge.
A large parents-wing with walk-in robe and ensuite, neighbours a very large guest room / home office with its own kitchenette and miles of built in storage.
Three more bedrooms, a generous laundry and family bathroom complete the deceptively large residence.
The quality of design and finish within the walls is not the end of the story however.
This rare package offers 33 acres, 5 minutes from South Grafton and only 2 minutes from schools.
Raise the family in an easy-living and timeless country property, get the kids a pony or motorbike and enjoy the convenience of being a short drive from work.
Please watch the video to get a good overview of the property and then call our office to arrange your inspection. You won’t be disappointed by what you find.
Lot & DP: 3//868407
Size: 13.48ha or 33.3 acres
Elevate your business profile with this character filled commercial building in the heart of Grafton’s CBD.
Formerly hosting a well respected accountancy business, the premises is adaptable to a wide range of professional services including medical or law practices, financial services or any range of commercial pursuits.
The floorplan is currently set out to host three offices with both a separate reception area and waiting room, as well as boasting a storage room, kitchen and toilet at the rear.
Added bonuses include air-conditioning, internet connectivity and phone lines to all rooms ready for your business to move in and adapt the space to suit.
Neighbouring businesses are Downes Electrical Repairs and Nortec Staffing solutions, with Westlawn Finance, Grafton Chiropractic Centre, Vines Cafe and Clarence Valley Imaging on the opposite side of Fitzroy Street.
Rear access and parking off King Lane as well as a walk-through down Sanders Lane to the old Coles complex are also features of the great location.
Book your private inspection today by calling (02) 6643 4411 and come and judge for yourself as to how the building can enhance your business profitability and make it easier to serve your clients.
A quality home overlooking a quality stretch of the Clarence River – Valley lifestyle doesn’t get any more private or exclusive than that enjoyed in this executive brick home.
High-spec materials and craftsmanship are on display from the moment you enter the home through the wide entrance hall.
The timeless hardwood floorboards, impressive kitchen and the open flow onto the dining room and river-front verandah beyond makes for an immediate impact.
Three bedrooms, en-suite, huge storage space throughout and large utility rooms like the laundry and double garage make it more than just a statement house.
This home has been built to live in.
An oversized 11.25kwh solar system, complete with 16kwh capacity lithium batteries to extend the time you are using your own power, is backed up by a grid connection to the home.
Turn the large 14KW ducted air-conditioner on through summer and be guilt (and electricity bill) free.
Light the fire and watch the sun set on cool winter nights, or take a cold beer onto the verandah and enjoy the smell of fresh cut grass while you watch the mighty Clarence flow past below.
Set on a high bank carved out of the escarpment by thousands of years of flowing water, the block is entirely flood free – a rarity when talking Clarence riverfront.
Boasting 59 acres of privacy and bush surrounds, there is also good space for riding horses or trail bikes, or even running a few head.
An old airstrip and sheds large enough to take small aircraft complete the package.
If you are in the market for a quality home on the Clarence, then please make your intentions known by booking your inspection on (02) 6643 4411 today.
You won’t be disappointed that you did.
Immerse yourself in the country lifestyle with this well established grazing property at Bellingen.
Claim the sort of country feel that can only be created over 120 years of history with this charming homestead built on a prime location.
Set on a flood free hill overlooking the pristine Spicketts Creek, the 107 acres of land is highly productive and has a carrying capacity of 40 breeders on the improved pastures.
Complete with good fencing, shedding and yards, the property is currently run as “Twin Pines Angus” supplying quality weaners to the Grafton market.
Inside the large timber kitchen overlooking the paddocks and valley beyond is the focal point of the home while the north facing verandah makes the perfect spot to enjoy a cup of tea in the morning sun.
Later on the salt water pool and undercover entertainment area come into their own and make the perfect place to entertain guests or unwind after the working week.
Three bedrooms with high ceilings throughout, polished floorboards, a wood heater, seperate dining room and peaceful ambience are also noteworthy features.
Please watch the video to get a good overview of the property and then call our office to arrange your inspection.
The vendors are loyal cattle clients of our company and are now highly motivated to sell, so please do not delay in arranging your private viewing.
We look forward to your enquiry and assisting you toward purchasing a very productive slice of the Bellingen Valley.
Lot & DP Info: 3//812580, 2//1173972
Size: Approx 43.5ha or 107 acres
House: 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom. Renovated 120 yr old homestead. High ceilings, polished timber floors, wood combustion heater, excellent country views over Spicketts Creek. In-ground salt water pool.
Secure a rare 225 acre grazing property on the Clarence River floodplain and some all important flood-free hillside with this well-balanced block at Southgate.
Comprising approximately 60 acres floodplain with the balance of 165 acres rising to undulating hill country, the vendors state a carrying capacity of 90 breeders.
The farm has been designed on natural sequence farming principles and run with holistic management to focus on hydrology, ground cover preservation and top soil improvement.
Boasting 17 paddocks, 7 dams and town water to 5 troughs, this is a highly developed grazing operation in terms of infrastructure, with scope for further improvement and more intensive practices should the new owners wish.
The home is a two bedroom, two bathroom layout with excellent insulation and air-flow due to the cathedral-pitched ceilings and construction materials.
The fully self sufficient home runs on an 8KW solar system with lithium ion batteries and a seperate solar hot water system on the roof.
While the 12 year old home was built to be off the grid, the location is anything but, with an easy 20 minute run into Grafton and the benefit of town water, council rubbish collection, NBN, and school bus.
Another bonus is the machinery shed with concrete floor, lock-up workshop and an annex with bathroom and tack room.
The pastures are approximately one third Rhodes grass and Setaria on the ridge country, with the flood plain predominantly Paspalum and Couch. The middle belt is currently sown down to annual Ryegrass and Oats to bridge the winter feed gap.
Timber cattle yards with good access feature an undercover race and hydraulic head bale.
Please watch the video to get a good sense of what this property can offer in terms of production and lifestyle, and then call our office to arrange your inspection.
Mid-sized and productive farms such as this are hard to come by in today’s market and with the impending up-swing in the cattle market they will only get harder to find.
Lot & DP info: 17,18,19,76,77//751386, 1//1138416. Size: Approx 91.5 Ha or 225 acres.