142 Fitzroy Street, Grafton

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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.

 

Size: 545m2
Lot & DP Info: 5//6959
Zoning: B3 Commercial Core
Price: $395,000

1119 Rogan Bridge Road, The Whiteman

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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.

Twin Pines 1192 Bowraville Rd, Bellingen

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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.

149 Boormans Lane, Southgate

 

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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.

 

“Two Mile” 3637 Pringles Way, Lawrence

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Bring the kids up in the best possible way on this balanced and diverse grazing block on the edge of Lawrence.
Boasting a modern country homestead on approximately 101 acres, “Two Mile” is sure to appeal to a wide range of families looking to establish themselves on a rural property within easy reach of both Grafton and Maclean.
Saddle up the pony or wheel the motorbike out of the shed and let the kids explore and grow in confidence in the safety of your own private property.
Just 3 minutes from the Clarence River and the Lawrence boat ramp, this farm promises lifestyle benefits outside the boundary fences equally as good as those within.
The vendors carry up to 40 steers and regularly turn over fat cattle from the diverse pasture base.
Kikuyu based home paddocks run down the slope to the Couch-covered flats which adjoin Little Broadwater wetlands.
The healthy balance of floodplains and hill pastures make this portion a rare find – and a low stress property to manage for anyone working full-time in town. Sheds, yards and troughs are already established.
The four bedroom brick home is as neat inside as it is out.
Enter the open living space and head left to the parents wing while sending the kids (and noise) down the opposite end.
Big rooms, plenty of storage and a modern country feel are noteworthy features, as is the ensuite off the master bedroom, and the air-conditioners and wood fire make the house comfortable no matter what the season.
The country styled kitchen features solid timber cabinetry and a bay window looking out over the house paddock to the vista beyond.
A covered entertainment area and outdoor cooking zone also provide plenty of options for entertaining guests or just savouring the last of those long summer evenings.
Anyone watching the market for something like this to pop-up has been tested for patience over the past 6 months, such is the tightly held nature of these properties in the Clarence Valley.
Please watch the video to get a good overview of the block and then call our office to book your private viewing.
This is a rare package at an affordable price, and as such your early inspection is recommended.

 

Lot & DP: 2556//1059790
Size: 40.87 hectares or 101 acres
House: 4 bed, 2 bath, outdoor entertaining, air con, wood fire.

54 Moorhead Drive, South Grafton

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Buy high and dry on south hill with this immaculately kept brick home at Moorhead Drive.
With stunning sunset views across to the Gibraltar Ranges, the location boasts more than just handy access to local schools, parks and town amenities.
Featuring a solid brick and tile construction the four bedroom home can adapt to any range of family set-ups, with the large rear entertaining area ideal for hosting visitors too.
Beautifully installed hardwood flooring leads you to a renovated kitchen, and the outdoor area beyond, with good sized family room and seperate dining room making a very practical layout.
Good sized bedrooms run off the main living areas and a single car garage provide extra storage options for a vehicle or workshop.
The garden is low-maintenance and easily kept and avid green thumbs will have a blank canvas to mould to their own liking.
Please feel free to contact our agency on (02) 6643 4411 with any questions or for further information. We invite your early inspection of this quality family home as it will likely suit home buyers and investors alike.

Details –
Lot & DP info: Lot 12//DP264495
Size: 632sq.m
House: Brick & Tile, 4 bedroom, 2 bath, 1 garage.

2495 Pacific Highway, Cowper

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Buy your slice of Clarence River frontage and 96 hectares (237 acres) of productive farmland with this stunning sugarcane farm at Cowper.
Including a four bedroom home overlooking the South Arm of the river and enough shedding to meet the demands of a working farm, the property has lifestyle and production in equal measure.
The farm has historically been operated as a cane growing enterprise but the deep alluvial soils also suit grazing or horticultural pursuits.
Macadamias are growing next door and another neighbour turns off fat steers, so there is opportunity to further diversify should the new owners have other ambitions.
For the cane farmer, there are two hard-stand gravel pads already in place and these would also make ideal spots to build further sheds if desired.
Imagine owning 900m frontage to the Clarence River overlooking the green cane fields while enjoying the convenience of being located ideally between Grafton and Maclean.
All this with world class beaches just 20 minutes away!
Town water is connected and the access along the Pacific Highway will soon be used for local traffic only, with the Glenugie to Maclean bypass re-routing the highway traffic away from the front gate.
Ray Donovan Stock & Station are also pleased to offer this property for sale as part of an aggregation totalling almost 400 acres.
For more details on this property, or as part of the larger aggregation, please contact our agency directly on (02) 6643 4411.
This is a stunning chance to purchase for both lifestyle and production in a proven blue-chip agricultural district. We encourage your early inspection of this quality farm to avoid disappointment.

Details:

Lot & DP info: 186,194//751390, 6,7//815764, 2//561483, 1//995039,
Size: 96.32 Ha, or 237.9 acres.
Improvements: 4 bedroom home, large machinery sheds, large workshop. 2 cane pads.
Water: Town water and approximately 900m Clarence River frontage.

2651 Pacific Highway, Tyndale

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Stake your claim on over 160 acres of prime riverfront country with this established sugar cane farm at Tyndale.
Boasting approximately 1.7km of deep frontage to the Coldstream River (almost at its junction with the Clarence) the property is a shining example of production on the rich alluvial river flats.
The farm has historically been operated as a cane growing enterprise but the country lends itself equally well to grazing or horticultural pursuits.
Macadamias are growing next door and another neighbour turns off fat steers, so there is opportunity to further diversify should the new owners have other ambitions.
Importantly, the farm rises to a flood-free ridge which allows no-stress storage of farm gear in the large machinery shed and offers some beautiful vantage points for a home site.
Imagine building your dream home overlooking the green fields and sparkling rivers below while enjoying the convenience of being located ideally between Grafton and Maclean.
All this with world class beaches just 20 minutes away!
Town water is connected and the access along the Pacific Highway will soon be used for local traffic only with the Glenugie to Maclean bypass re-routing the highway traffic away from the front gate.
Ray Donovan Stock & Station are also pleased to offer this property for sale as part of an aggregation totalling almost 400 acres.
For more details on this property, or as part of the larger aggregation, please contact our agency directly on (02) 6643 4411.
This is a stunning chance to purchase for both lifestyle and production in a proven blue-chip agricultural district. We encourage your early inspection of this quality farm to avoid disappointment.

Details-

Lot & DP Info: 1,2//783482, 1//781300, 1//861659, 8//579684
Size: 65.49Ha or 161.76ac
Improvements: Large Machinery Shed.
Water: Town water connected, deep frontage to Coldstream River.

Price: $890,000 excluding crop harvest.

Big lifestyle at Nymboida

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Build your dream lifestyle on this practical and beautiful block at Nymboida.
Boasting a cleared and mainly level building area of approx 3.5Ha, the balance of the property rises to a timbered peak overlooking Kangaroo Creek to the east.
Power and phone lines run across the block and access is via a good council maintained gravel road.
The property is well fenced and ready to carry stock and while there has recently been a selective timber harvest, there remains plenty of timber for fence posts or another log harvest in future years.
Tallowwoods, Grey Gum and Spotted Gum dominate the canopy and the southern facing slope provides ideal growing conditions for the native hardwoods.
Pick your building spot, construct the home to suit your family and enjoy a new lifestyle on a genuine rural block big enough to provide income opportunities.
Please watch the video to get a good overview of the property and then call our office to arrange your inspection.

Lot & DP info: 1//DP1155781
Size: 102.3Ha or 252.68ac
Zoning: RU1 Primary Production

93 Butterfactory Lane, Alumy Creek

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Escape to your very own horse paradise without leaving the city limits in this centrally located home at Alumy Creek.
Featuring a four bedroom brick and tile residence, a huge shedding footprint and premium horse training facilities – this property will tick all the boxes for the horsey family.
The current owners are avid campdrafters but the property is also ideally suited to a range of equine pursuits from pre-training, spelling, horse riding lessons, racehorse training, dressage or jumping.
The home is well-built and flood free, with an in-ground pool and a man-cave to rival any in the district.
The high bay machinery shed and undercover truck parking provides for gooseneck storage, semi-trailer owner-operators or just about any pursuit you can imagine. A truck loading door is also available between the open and closed bays to make shifting heavy gear from the shed to the trucks a breeze.
Speaking of breezes, the afternoons are a pleasure on Butterfactory Lane, and you can set your watch by the wind picking up off the Clarence every day as the school bus drops the kids off.
A secondary feed and tack room also provides open bay storage for the tractor and farm gear, while the paddocks are divided across the 8.5 acres to cater for a range of holding options.
If you have been searching for a comfortable family home with extra comforts for your equine friends, then look no further. This is a must-see property for anyone with performance horse ambitions.
Watch the video to get a good overview of the property, and then call Pat to arrange your inspection today.

Main Shed – 18m x 12m
Double Height Storage to side – 18m x 5.7m
Feed and Tack room – 9.5m x 6.7m
Carport/farm storage – 12m x 6.7m
Double Garage – 6.8m x 5.4m