“Pinabar” is a well presented property of approximately 244.7 hectares (or 604.4 acres) set amongst the beautiful and picturesque Upper Murray district in close proximity to the magnificent Murray River.
With easy access from Ranch Road, “Pinabar” is described as a highly productive property perfectly suited to pasture production and to the breeding and grazing of livestock. The property is mostly cleared with substantial tree stands scattered throughout.
The property is comprised of undulating to rising topography with some granite outcrops. An area of approximately 40 hectares (or 100 acres) of steeper timbered country is located to the south-western side of the property.
The property is sensibly divided into six main paddocks plus some additional smaller holding paddocks for ease of stock management. All internal and external fencing is stock proof and in good condition.
Much of the property has been pasture improved with a mix of ryegrasses, subterranean clovers and phalaris with a regular fertiliser history. Excellent stock water is provided via five spring-fed dams plus the permanent Horse Creek which runs through the property.
Additional improvements include a large set of steel and timber cattle yards to include: undercover crush, race and loading ramp with capacity for approximately 200 head of cattle.
“Pinabar” presents an exciting and rare opportunity to purchase a highly productive grazing property in the beautiful Upper Murray district in easy access of the townships of Tintaldra, Towong, Corryong and Walwa. The major regional centres of Albury and Wodonga are located approximately 140 kilometres to the west.
If not sold prior, “Pinabar” will be auctioned at the Tintaldra Public Hall on Thursday 27 September 2018 at 11am. An electronic bidding platform will also be provided for buyers to ensure their participation from remote locations as required. Inspections are strictly by appointment only through the managing agent.
For further information please contact Mike Weller on 0410 663 041 or Cameron Hilton on 0419 578 309.
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