Water security, production and lifestyle combine in this excellent grazing package at Ulmarra.
Set adjacent to the Coldstream River, the property is extremely well watered with three natural springs, a wetland swamp and town water connection.
The renovated three-bedroom home is built over three storeys with a lower level parking and storage area leading up to the main living quarters and then a loft bedroom.
The property can become flood affected but the brilliant trade off is a history of alluvial soil build-up across the paddocks and immensely productive “grass factory” where the current owner has run up to 80 breeders.
Straight over the road you have your own private platform overlooking the Coldstream and the newly constructed Briner Bridge. And don’t forget that Tucabia village and the local shop are just two minutes away from the front gate.
Old farm sheds, a dairy and other out-buildings are complimented by a good set of stables, earth loading ramp and large set of timber cattle yards.
Easy access to the rear of the block can be had via both Bowlings Road, and also a crown road easement on the western edge of the boundary.
There are three titles in all so perhaps a future boundary adjustment or other options will become available for the new owner?
Please watch the video to get a good overview of the property and then call our office today to arrange your inspection.
It is rare to find 150 acres of quality grazing country like this in one package, and with the house to either live in or rent out, there is ample potential for future growth.
Lot & DP info: 235, 236, 237 // DP751390
Size: 61.31 Ha (151.45 acres)
Improvements: House, Shed, Stables, Yards, Old Dairy, Town Water Troughs, Internal fencing.
Council Rates: $2717.23
Material Facts: Flood affected land.
Unadulterated Clarence River frontage, a beautifully restored 1890’s homestead and 325 acres of productive farmland in one package.
“Riverbed” offers an unparalleled lifestyle with the productive capability to run a successful grazing operation while enjoying all the benefits of living on the banks of New South Wales’ largest river.
Boasting excellent bass and cod fishing, kayaking, canoeing and swimming spots, the river provides a dreamlike setting for the ultimate farm lifestyle.
Hop on the quad and take a run down to the river for a quick afternoon fish before the sun dies over the Gibraltar Ranges behind.
Graze your cattle on the bountiful river-country pastures while you breathe in the fresh country air and enjoy the panoramic views as you go about your farm jobs.
Relax at the end of the week with a cold drink on the verandah and pause to take in the peaceful setting the lovingly renovated home overlooks.
Three bedrooms, a living room, office and the family bathroom make up the old farmhouse, with a walkway joining the kitchen and dining area in a unique but sensible layout surrounded by verandahs and outdoor living zones.
A sparkling in-ground pool, manicured lawns and country garden set the home out amongst the pastures.
Large capacity shedding caters for everything from tinkering in the workshop to storing vehicles, hay and farm equipment.
Currently running a quality herd of 125 Droughtmaster breeders the property has been developed into a standout beef enterprise in the area.
A 17 megalitre irrigation license is included in the sale for those wishing to boost hay or silage production even further.
A large set of timber and steel cattle yards are set against the backdrop of the old timber barn and provide everything required to manage the herd.
Please watch the video to gain an insight into what this property can offer you in terms of lifestyle, and then call our office to arrange your inspection. You won’t be disappointed that you did!
“Yarabee” offers a brilliant chance to enjoy that peaceful country lifestyle you’ve always dreamed of without giving up your morning stroll to the local cafe!
Situated on the edge of the picturesque Ulong village, and just 40 minutes from Coffs Harbour, the 79.6ha (196ac) property boasts lifestyle benefits to envy.
Become self-sufficient by growing your own veggies and raising your own animals on the approx 11Ha (27 acres) of cleared farmland, and enjoy the serenity of having 68ha (168 acres) of native hardwoods and a potential income source with your own sustainable timber harvests.
The renovated farmhouse matches the vibe of the Ulong lifestyle perfectly.
Timber details abound in the three bedroom, two bathroom home which boasts a modern deck and entertainment area overlooking the valley below.
Light the fire in winter and cosy up in the central living room, or put on the slow cooker in the kitchen and enjoy the homegrown harvest.
In summer the frontage to Ulong Creek means endless afternoons of swimming and the kids and grandkids are sure to be found playing on the rope swing at Timms Park opposite the front paddock.
The local shop and Ex-Services Club are just a short walk into the village and whether its a trip for a cold schooner or just picking up some supplies, you are sure to quickly become part of the community.
Previous timber harvests have yielded the vendors approx $80,000 income in ten year harvest cycles and the next generation of natural hardwoods is evident on inspection.
Please watch the included video to get an overview of what this property can offer, and then call our office to and arrange your private viewing. Your early interest is invited and recommended; farms like this are rarely traded so do not let this one get away!
Lot & DP info: 8//882842
Size: 79.6 hectares (196.6 acres)
Improvements: House, studio, shed, garages.
Area information: https://www.visitnsw.com/destinations/north-coast/coffs-harbour-area/coffs-harbour/destination-information/ulong
Delivering a magical Mann River frontage, irrigated flats and 797 acres of pristine grazing and timber country “Wongabri” truly is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to secure your family’s future lifestyle.
Fishing, canoeing, kayaking and swimming will fill the summer months while the carrying capacity of 80 breeders plus replacements makes it large enough to secure an income.
The option for irrigation from the pristine waters a luxurious bonus delivering unbeatable drought proofing and a 55ML licence goes with the property as does the underground main line to the irrigation paddock.
An original four bedroom farmhouse is comfortable enough as is, but really lends itself to future renovation.
The outdoor area is a beauty and has heard plenty of good yarns of the one that got away and seen many a camp oven contest.
Set amongst a circle of sheds ranging from colourbond workshop through to timber haysheds and converted dairy buildings, the home has power connected, broadband available and 4G phone reception.
Timber has been selectively cleared opening the sheltered valleys to grazing right up to the hardwood lined ridges. Whether it’s adventure or income you seek, the high parts of the property are equally as enjoyable as the prime grazing on the river.
The Mann is one of the Clarence Valley’s best rivers and arguably the most pristine of all.
The endangered Eastern Cod calls this stretch of river home and trophy winning Australian Bass are regularly caught along this property’s frontage.
Local fishing guru and Mann River caravan park operator Curtis Parker can attest to this and has supplied some great photos of his catches as proof!
Please enjoy watching the video for a quick overview on what this majestic grazing property can offer you in terms of lifestyle and production, and then call our office to arrange your inspection.
The property will be sold via online auction on Wednesday October 28, at 10am.
Terms and conditions of the auction and registrations to bid can be found via the following link at Auctions Plus: https://auctionsplus.com.au/auctionV2/New/#/catalogue/24491
Lot & DP info: 100//DP1018881; 12-14, 23, 40, 44, 187, 197//DP753524
Size: 323 hectares or 797 acres
Improvements: House, sheds, water tanks, steel stock yards, fencing, dams.
Inclusions: Water Access Licence (WAL38755, 55 Units – Lower Mann River), miscellaneous farm implements and irrigation equipment.
When a property has only been traded once since settlement, you immediately know it is a great place to live.
“Somerleyton” is an immaculate country retreat just 5 minutes from Grafton and set on 110 fertile, alluvial acres.
Positioned next to the Alumy Creek Reserve with views across the flats to the surrounding farmland, the 1920’s house stands proudly amongst established country garden and mature trees.
Renovated and extended to suit modern country living while maintaining its original design, the polished hardwood floors, high ceilings and large rooms are featured throughout the home.
There is also a semi-detatched flat which could suit visiting relatives, or would make the perfect spot for an artist’s studio or B&B accomodation.
Graze your cattle on some of the most productive paddocks in the Clarence Valley, with the option of growing forage crops to help boost your steers to sale topping weights.
In flood times, the farm is blessed.
A long flood-free section runs across the property and over 50% of the farm as well as the house and infrastructure remain out of the reaches of even the biggest flood events – meaning you only need to open a couple of gates to get the herd to safety.
Summer afternoons of cricket can be enjoyed on the well maintained oval next door or if a cool drink on the verandah is your fancy, a garden barbecue with friends under the dappled shade trees is sure to hit the spot.
In winter, cosy up around the wood fire with a good book or get out on the tractor and plant your oats and rye.
Please watch the video to get a good feel for what this property can offer, and then call our office to arrange your inspection.
After 40 enjoyable years here the vendors now invite your attendance at Auction on Saturday, October 31 on-site at 10am.
109 acres freehold
4 bedroom, 2 bathroom house
Self-contained, semi-detached, 1 bed, 1 bath flat
All buildings and over half the country flood-free
950m frontage Alumy Creek
Excellent choice of public and independent schooling including selective high school
“Bemuda Estate” presents a true country manor on the Clarence River with 106 acres of the best farmland in the district.
The classically designed five bedroom home takes pride of place in its flood-free position overlooking the mighty Clarence – where opportunities for keen boaters, skiers and fisherman abound.
Five bedrooms, three bathrooms, an outdoor pool house with second kitchen and a sealed bitumen driveway to the internal double garage make this a truly liveable property for any size family or number of guests.
Throw in the fully self contained four bedroom workers quarters into the mix and options for multi-generational living or a handy rental income also present.
A grand facade overlooking the river opens into a spiralled wooden staircase dividing the large kitchen and dining rooms from a huge family lounge with open fire, built-in hardwood bar and beautiful bay window overlooking the water.
Work from home in the seperate office or be the envy of any zoom meeting in the magnificent octagonal entertainment area overlooking the pool, river and paddocks depending on where you point your laptop.
Upstairs the main bedroom is enormous and has first class river views with access to the balcony, as well as a generous walk through robe and ensuite.
All bedrooms feature built-in robes and plenty of space with a family bathroom also servicing the second-floor.
Immaculate gardens and lawns surround the home which is all built on a flood-free mound 2.3m higher than the Grafton levy wall.
While the property is set on the alluvial floodplain of the Clarence and benefits from centuries of deposited top soil, there is no chancing the house to any such risk.
Previously managed as an olive grove with 980 trees, the property is now converted back to beef cattle grazing and has also been used to grow lucerne and sudan grass forage crops.
Town water to the paddocks is separately metered allowing easy agistment options to the new owners should you not wish to run the farm yourself.
The school bus stops at the gate, Grafton CBD is only 8km down a quiet country lane and our magnificent beaches are easily accessed by crossing the river on the local ferry.
If you have been dreaming of a brighter future and lifestyle change for your family, now is the time to inspect. Please watch the video to get a good sense of what the property can offer and then call our office on (02) 6643 4411 to arrange your private inspection.
Premium lifestyle properties on the edge of Grafton simply don’t get any better than this.
Step up your fattening operation and build your dream home on this grazing property just 10 minutes from Ulmarra.
Previously utilised to complement a family cattle holding, the 47 acre farm boasts a set of timber cattle yards, town water and good access.
This section of the Ulmarra floodplain is known for turning off quality cattle, with established couch, paspalum and bahia pastures.
The close proximity to Grafton (approx 15 minutes drive) and local beaches (30 mins) make for an excellent lifestyle.
There is a building eligibility on the property, but a development application must be submitted to Clarence Valley Council prior to December 23, 2021. Further details on this can be obtained from our office.
Priced to sell at $270,000, please make your interest known early as these quality small blocks are in hot demand and it may be a case of first in best dressed.
Lot & DP info: 133//DP751390
Size: 19.35Ha (47.8 acres)
Improvements: Timber Yards, town water.
– Flood affected ground.
– Dwelling eligibility to December 23, 2021.
Invest in some of the best farmland in the Clarence Valley with this rare grazing gem at Southgate.
Boasting 264 acres with frontage to Alumy Creek, the condition on the cattle produced from this block prove the quality of the kikuyu, setaria, couch and paspalum based pastures.
Rarer still is the flood-free ridge at the rear of the property which allows the whole herd to be walked out of harm’s way when the nearby Clarence River fills the valley floor.
Grow fodder crops, cut silage, or sow winter rye on this fertile soil and the rewards are even greater.
There is currently a mixture of oats and rye planted for winter feed.
A 4.5ha irrigation license goes with the property and the associated infrastructure is in place to keep producing in dry times.
A real farmer’s farm, the sheds and old dairy add an ideal backdrop for the 1901 built federation home.
Raised on piers and built to last, the home has weathered everything thrown at it for more than a century. With some further love and care there’s no reason it won’t last a hundred more.
The two most expensive rooms of the house have been brought right up to scratch with complete renovations to the kitchen and bathroom.
High ceilings, wide verandahs and large rooms are a feature of this practical farmhouse, and if further renovations are your desire then the scope is there to beautify the old home even further.
A large portion of the property has new fencing with internal divisions now making up 15 paddocks for ease of stock rotation. The pastures are already showing the benefits of the longer rest periods.
Good working cattle yards, plenty of shade trees and a citrus orchard complete the package.
Please watch the video to get a good overview of the property and then call our office to arrange your inspection today. The first serious cattle grazier to inspect will buy.
Lot & DP info: 20-22//751386, 10//113364
Size: 107.17Ha (264.7 acres)
Improvements: 4 bed farmhouse, two machinery sheds, two sets of timber cattle yards, old dairy building.
Material facts: Flood affected land
A secluded, luxury lifestyle with postcard views and a superb production capacity combine in this truly unique gem on the Clarence River.
Overlooking one of the most productive bends on the mighty Clarence, this 908 acre property has the size, scope and presence to be classed amongst the top echelon of river grazing properties on the North Coast.
Situated at Lilydale, just 30 minutes drive from Grafton, the modest farm gate on the driveway hides a secret and private oasis for you alone to enjoy.
Sprawling views across the Clarence River to Apple Tree Flat, Lilydale and out to the mountain ranges beyond are enough to take your eye away from the high quality homestead.
Make no mistake, this is one of the best built homes in the district, right down to the smallest details.
It is not its fault it was built on arguably the best vantage point between The Gorge and Yamba.
Polished rose gum hardwood floorboards and enormously generous rooms are a feature, as are the natural granite benchtops and custom built fireplace.
No expense has been spared in finishing the home to the highest standard.
Even the laundry has a view that would sell an apartment in Vaucluse!
The vendors estimate a carrying capacity of 200 breeders and the pasture improvement work and sections of naturally blessed alluvial soils combine to make this block worthy of a serious grazier’s consideration.
Established rhodes grass, kangaroo grass and wynn cassia pasture mixes run to bahia and paspalum covered clearings and native grassed timber belts.
Good stands of native hardwood are present and ready to be cut, and previous selective harvesting by a true timber-man mean there are generations of logs to come off the ridges in years to come.
Forget business for a moment.
Fishing for Australian Bass and Eastern Cod should be high on the summer to-do list, as is a barbecue picnic with friends on your own stretch of river paradise.
Deep river pools run to shallow rapids in a canoeists dream run down to Copmanhurst where you can finish the paddle with a cold schooner at the Rest Point Hotel.
Good shedding, an old farm house in dilapidated condition and solid farm infrastructure including split post fencing and timber yards complete the package.
Please watch the video to enjoy a sample of what this special bend of the Clarence provides, and then call our office to arrange your private viewing.
The time has come for our vendors to downsize, and we welcome your inspection and offers on what is a magnificent tribute to a lifetime vision for their “dream farm.”
Lot & DP info: 101//DP859092; 34, 63//DP752821; 1//DP1111796.
Size: 367.82 Ha (908.52 acres)
Get out of town and start developing your own small farm at Mylneford, just 20 minutes from Grafton.
Featuring a four bedroom home set on 46 acres, this is a perfect starter block for a young family wanting to enter the rural market without over-extending the budget.
A huge list of bonuses include a quality in-ground pool, double garage, 2 bay colourbond shed with concrete floor, new solar array feeding back to the grid, solar hot water, air conditioning, wood fire and cattle yards.
The brick home was built by well known local builder Robin Gipp and is solid as the day it was signed-off on.
While house needs some tender love and care in many areas, there is no immediate need to get those jobs done on the first weekend and a family could happily move in and tidy up the property as they go.
There is a real opportunity to add value here and buyers only need to look at recent comparable sales in the district to see the potential on that front.
Mylneford is set in a sweeping bend of the Clarence River, 20 minutes from Grafton, and fishing and boating enthusiasts will have plenty of options for a day on the water by launching at a number of nearby boat ramps.
The school bus runs past the front gate to take the kids in each morning and drop them home in the afternoon.
The paddocks are a mix of cleared pastures and open canopy native forest with good potential to explore the back ridge on horseback or motorbike, without being too far from the house.
Please watch the video to get a good overview of the property, and then call our office to arrange your inspection.
Material facts apply to this property so please contact the agent for those details also.
Rural packages in this budget range are always very popular and with all the added features here, we recommend declaring your interest early to avoid disappointment.
Lot & DP info: 2//DP771592
Size: 18.90 Ha (46.68 acres)
Improvements: House, shed, in-ground pool, solar system, air conditioning, wood fire, 3 water tanks, 2 dams.