1,610 PRODUCTIVE ACRES BETWEEN MUDGEE & BATHURSTSUMMARY
'Glendaire' is a highly productive sheep and cattle grazing property of over 1,600 acres situated between Mudgee and Bathurst and under three and a half hours from the Sydney CBD. Watered by two creeks and dams, it has an excellent fertiliser history and solid working improvements. In an area where farms of a commercially productive size are becoming hard to get, 'Glendaire' offers excellent income producing capacity
Located 16km west of the Castlereagh Highway on the Crudine Road, 57km south of Mudgee and 65km north of Bathurst
651.7 hectares or approximately 1,610 acres.
The property comprises: Lot 1 of DP 1223194, Lots 9 and 10 of DP 632351, Lots 11 to 13 of DP 632352, Lots 15 to 18 of DP 632353, Lots 145 and 158 of DP 755768, and Lot 140 of DP 864881.
Average 700mm or 28 inches per annum
STD phone service is available and mail is daily. School bus at the front gate goes to primary school in Ilford and high school in Kandos
Weekly fat cattle sales are held at Mudgee, and weekly fat cattle and sheep and lamb sales are held weekly at CTLX Carcoar, 115km south.
SOILS, TIMBER AND TOPOGRAPHY
'Glendaire' consists of two valleys running east/west, the Back Creek valley to the north, and the Shepherds Creek valley to the south, separated by a range of hills. These two creeks meet on open, undulating country at the west, or front, of the property.
There is approximately 200 acres of timbered country at the eastern end of the property, with all the rest cleared leaving ample shade and shelter timber. Soils are brown loams, and the vendor estimates approximately 300 acres could be farmed to fodder crops.
The boundary is all either netting or plain wire with a barb, and is in either new or good condition, with the exception of one 800 metre stretch that needs renewing.
Internally, the property is subdivided into sixteen paddocks, with fencing all either hinged joint or plain wire with a barb and in good condition.
Approximately 650 acres have been sown to improved pasture, with pasture seed broadcast over the rest of the cleared country. It has had 85 tonnes of superphosphate per annum from 2013 to 2018 at a rate of a bag per acre. In January and February of 2019 500 cubic metres of chook manure and 200 tonnes of lime were spread over 100 acres of country at the back and 700 acres at the front.
The property is well watered, with both the seasonal Back Creek and Shepherds Creek drying back to holes in a dry time that the current owner has never known to run dry. There also nineteen dams.
There is a steel framed hayshed 48 metres by 24 metres with a capacity of 1,000 5 x 4 round bales
There is a timber and weldmesh set of sheep-yards, and a timber set of cattle-yards with crush, loading ramp and covered work area.
The vendor estimates that 'Glendaire' would run 2,500 breeding ewes plus lambs, or alternately 250 breeding cows plus calves.
For further information or to arrange your inspection, contact Peter Druitt on 0428 634 376 or the Sales Team at First National Real Estate Mudgee on 02 6372 3000.