Located on the northern side of Bethel Road, approximately 6km south east of Burrumbuttock and 30km north of Albury, “Karraween” offers comfortable living with both privacy and productivity.
Comprising 60.32 ha – 149 acres this is a smaller rural holding located in a predominantly rural area and is ideal for any cropping or grazing enterprise.
The land is divided into a mix of undulating to low hill with granite rock outcrops in the higher area. The property has been mainly cleared with a scattering of grey, red and yellow box shade trees plus tree plantations established for shade & shelter. Pastures have been well maintained with some lucerne, sub clover, rye grass and other varieties. “Karraween” is subdivided into 13 main paddocks with fencing in good condition. Water via dams and troughs.
“Karraween” offers two (2) residences set in a lovely established garden, both taking advantage of the north easterly aspect. The main residence was built in the 1950’s and is of weatherboard construction with galvanised iron roof and timber floors. This attractive home comprises three (3) bedrooms (two with built in robes), modern kitchen and adjoining dining room. Large lounge room with office. Bathroom plus two (2) toilets. Heating is via slow combustion heating and cooling via evaporative ducted air-conditioning. Residence two was built in 2005 and is of weatherboard construction with a colorbond roof and timber floors. Comprising four (4) bedrooms, built in robes in three, walk in robe and ensuite to main. Modern kitchen with family room and separate lounge. Heating and cooling via three (3) split systems plus slow combustions heating.
These two (2) homes are used in spacious, established gardens with a variety of established trees and shrubs. Water is via rainwater tanks, dams x two (2).
Working improvements include cattle yard (timber & steel), woolshed – 2 stand, sheep yards, steel machinery shed, timber machinery shed, hay shed and other miscellaneous buildings.