RURAL LIFESTYLE PROPERTY WITH THE LOT OR LAND-BANK FOR FUTURE WEALTH-CREATION
PREMIUM LOCATION, TOWN WATER, QUALITY IMPROVEMENTS, QUALITY ACCOMMODATION, PRODUCTIVE SCALE, WITH MULTIPLE TITLES FOR MULTIPLE PURCHASERS AND/OR POTENTIAL FUTURE DEVELOPMENT
PREMIUM LOCATION – 10* MINUTES TO WAGGA WAGGA
Fairfield House is situated 18* linear kilometres east of Wagga Wagga CBD, 25* linear kilometres from Wagga Wagga Airport, 20* linear kilometres to Charles Sturt University and Wagga Wagga Hospital. School buses pick up and drop off from the front ramp.
SOILS AND TOPOGRAPHY
Arable valley floors rise to granite hillsides providing a desirable balance of grazing and cropping suitability. Approximately 50* hectares are considered arable and well suited to cropping or pasture renovation. Remnant timber species comprise predominantly red and grey gum species.
PASTURES – SCOPE FOR FURTHER IMPROVEMENT
The property is presently showcasing a large body of feed, improved pastures are composed of perennial ryegrass, various clovers, native pastures are composed of microlaena, danthonia and themeda species. The blend of pastures offers exceptional performance throughout varying seasonal conditions through rainfall responsiveness and longevity of growing season. This year, 20* hectares was broadcast with a prairie grass, phalaris and clover mix seed plus 150* kilograms per hectare of Single Superphosphate this year.
WATER – MULTIPLE SOURCES
The property benefits from connection to the Riverina Water Scheme which is connected to the residence and a 35,000* litre header tank which supplies two troughs. Additional water is sourced from a dam and a seasonal creek which dissects the north-eastern portion of the property. There is also approval to sink a bore for stock and domestic purposes.
LAND BANK – FUTURE OPPORTUNITY
Multiple titles (eight in total) provide flexibility in purchase options and could allow for future development opportunities or subdivision. The public Fairfield Road traverses the western boundary of the property, affording ease of access to several titles directly fronting the road. This road is rarely used by the public, as it essentially only provides access to this property and a neighbouring property.
ACCOMMODATION – SOLID BRICK CONSTRUCTION
The Fairfield House residence is privately situated and secluded from Fairfield Road. The residence is of a solid red brick construction, built circa 1970 and provides comfortable living with three bedrooms, formal living room, kitchen with open-plan dining, main bathroom with bath and shower, laundry, two toilets, rear barbecue entertaining area, front porch with stunning views down the valley, back towards the lights of Wagga Wagga.
Adjacent to the residence is a large guest room or rumpus room with reverse-cycle air-conditioning.
Additional features include single-car garage, ducted evaporative air-conditioning, reverse-cycle air-conditioning unit, slow-combustion heater, satellite NBN plus town water and rainwater connected.
- New Sheep Yards – Steel construction, bugle race, double drench and drafting races with concrete floor and Australian Stockyards loading ramp.
- Large Hayshed – Steel construction, open all sides (550* large square bale storage capacity).
- Medium-to-Large Silage Pits – For future drought proofing of the property.
- Machinery Shed / Workshop – Steel and timber construction with concrete floor, power connected.
- Recently installed watering system (i.e. Blue-line poly pipe) and several new fences.