Old Alandale of Mathoura, NSW is a magnificent parcel of land in two titles making a total of 1760 acres, only having 2 family ownerships since selection being part of the Mathoura Run. The work that has gone into this property was a huge effort but the finished product needs to be inspected for full appreciation. Any person that inspects will totally agree. The property consists of two titles: the first comprising of 1320 acres and the second of 440 acres. Irrigation water for both is sourced from a 20 ml/day 3 phase electric private diversion of the Gulpha Creek. At call internet ordering from State Water requiring no lead time certainly is highly valued. A 991 megalitre total allocation (956 megs general security plus 27 megs od supplementary & 8 megs of S&D) is included. An irrigation farm plan has been utilised with 85% currently completed. The core product is 9 metre lasered channel pads allowing high capacity flow rates to 12 concrete pipe outlets giving rapid on/off irrigation. The full irrigation set-up is something well worth seeing and is a credit to the vendors. The home property known as Old Alandale is the 1320 acre title and has the improvements, including a comfortable weatherboard homestead comprising a normal kitchen meal area with both electric and wood combustion stove, a dining room with lpg gas heating, a separate lounge with split system air-conditioning and heating as well as an enclosed fireplace. There are 3 bedrooms, an office, two bathrooms and a sunroom. Also a bungalow makes a handy addition & a shed for cars out of the weather. Farm improvements include a large high machinery shed with side lean too, a seed/super barn & sundry other sheds. As well, a maintained set of steel cattleyards that are a stock agents dream to work in. There are stock troughs to all main paddocks with very good fencing. This 1320 acres is completed lasered with a full recycle system including 85 megs turkey nest dam. A central treed laneway provides for excellent access & stock movement. The lovely murray pines, grey box & yellowjack trees are a testament to the wonderful red sandy loam of Old Alandale. Currently, the cereal crops look magnificent with approximately 500 acres sown to canola, 320 acres to wheat and the balance sub/rye. Cropping was only used in the last 3 years, prior was predominately cattle and hay giving confidence for fresh cropping programs. The second title know as Cadell consists of 440 acres in one paddock with 3 dams and approximately 40% lasered. Once again, the irrigation set-up is very good with improved sub/rye. The balance has been sprayed out for autumn cropping. Excellent trees again indicating the quality soil type including underlying coarse and sand deposits. Our vendors are looking to slow down a bit as they also have a huge irrigation property in Shepparton. In summary, anyone that inspects Old Alandale will be greatly impressed. The crops are looking sensational and may even be given in if sold quickly. Its only 7km north of Mathoura, 15km south of Deniliquin. Any interested buyers can inspect this property with great confidence and with the Agents very strong recommendation.