292 Big Jacks Creek Road, WILLOW TREE NSW 2339
- 4 bed
- 1 bath
- 2 Parking Spaces
- Land is 283.60 ha
- 2 Garage
LAWD is pleased to present for sale Ellerslie Park (the Property), an underutilised piece of Willow Tree farming country located on the renowned Liverpool Plains.
Ellerslie Park presents an exceptional opportunity for agricultural development, with the combination of supporting infrastructure natural resources of water, fertile soils, arable topography, ideal climatic conditions and location in proximity to key supporting infrastructure. The once mixed farming enterprise has been rested for since 2019* and is awaiting its new owners to bring it into service.
Key investment highlights include:
Scale & Topography
The Property has generous level areas from the eastern boundary, through to the alluvial creek flats. The property rises gently from the creek flats offering sloping, open and timbered grazing. The Property rises from an elevation of 389* metres Above Mean Sea Level (AMSL) from the flats of Big Jacks Creek to 505* metres (AMSL) at the Southwestern boundary, offering a northern aspect.
Soils and Pastures
Soils comprise black and chocolate self-mulching basalt soils (Dermosols and Ferrosols), with heavier black soils on the lower lying paddocks of the Property, running to a chocolate basalt in the higher timbered areas. The arable soils of the Property are highly suited to growing wheat, corn, canola, legumes and sorghum production. Pastures on the Property are predominately native but would respond well to improvement with sub-tropical or temperate perennial pasture mixes. The Property offers sheltered and open grazing with native white box and apple trees.
Water resources are a feature with the Property enjoying 1.4* kilometres of double frontage to Big Jacks Creek, two approved wells with access to Liverpool Ranges Basalt and Gunnedah Oxley Basin groundwater sources. A stock and domestic well with submersible electric pump supplies the home and troughs. The Property benefits from a reliable annual average rainfall of 691* millimetres.
Fencing throughout the Property consists predominantly of agricultural fencing. The agricultural fencing generally comprises timber end-assemblies, with steel and timberline posts and a combination of plain wires and barbed wires. Subdivided into nine* paddocks, with most paddocks having large gateways, providing easy access for machinery and implements.
Opportunity for further development and operational functionality is supported by the existing infrastructure. A large set of steel and timber cattle yards, Black Ute crush and loading ramp, with additional adjoining holding yards, is located with convenient access for trucks and carriers. 40* metre by 20* metre machinery shed, woolshed, chemical store, workshop, and grain storage silos further support the operation. An equipped stock and domestic well and a further two, unequipped wells are located on the Property.
The spacious weatherboard and iron home offers four-bedrooms and one-bathroom, a large living area, with separate dining and kitchen space. 3.6* metre ceilings throughout the original structure, decorative ceiling roses, picture rails and French doors, the home has distinguishing and beautiful original features. Two combustion fireplaces plus ducted air conditioning and ceiling fans for year-round comfort. A large houseyard offers a separate office or storage, with an attached carport and walkway to the home.
Conveniently located 20* kilometres from Willow Tree, 37* kilometres south of Quirindi, 93* kilometres from Tamworth and 359* kilometres from Sydney CBD. The location offers accessibility to train and bus services in Willow Tree, and the airport in Tamworth.
FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, 12PM (AEDT) TUESDAY 12 MARCH 2024