Nestled on approximately 3000 acres or 1214 hectares is Glen Idyll, a property that is currently being run as a mixed farming enterprise.. Only minutes drive from the township of Gwabegar or 35 minutes north of Baradine. The breakup of the 3000 acres is approximately 1000acres cleared farming country, 1000 acres of lightly timbered grazing country and 1000 acres of timber, including , Cypress Pine , Ironbark and an abundance of firewood.The cypress pine and Ironbark are both millable. Glen Idyll is currently running 450 Dorper ewes and lambs, and 50 Dry cows, with the potential to increase numbers significantly as the owners are looking to retire. Improvements include , A four bedroom Weatherboard cottage with lounge,dining and kitchen . Rainwater and borewater are connected along with the power and phone. A separate two bedroom Quarters with laundry and fireplace give you extra room for all the family. A two stand timber wool shed in good order, powered with a diesel motor. Wooden sheep yards ,Timber cattle yards which need some attention.To keep the shearers happy are two single bedroom quarters with a large fireplace. A 50'X 20' timber machinery shed with four bays and a 20' tonne flat bottom silo complete the improvements. Fenced into 11 paddocks with ring lock , plain wire and some netting. Watered by two bores, and seven dams and a semi permanent creek . This is an ideal opportunity to purchase a property, for not a lot of money , for a large amount of acres. Will suit a buyer looking to add more numbers to already existing holding , or someone starting out and looking for value .
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