Location & Production - What a Ripper!
Located just 8 km from the regional city of Armidale in the centre of the New England is the lifestyle holding ‘Marraweeney’ offering convenience and lifestyle with the added bonus of small scale production.
Situated off an all weather access road is the four bedroom residence. This meticulously maintained home of steel and colorbond construction is positioned to capture full views of the landscape with unimpeded views across the valley to Mount Duval in the north and Uralla to the south.
The home sits on a concrete slab with a large three sided verandah offering protection against the elements and giving the residence a classic country feel. Crimsafe mesh doors have been added for airflow and the extra feeling of comfort & security. Of the four bedrooms, the extra large main offers built-in wardrobes and ensuite with underfloor heating plus double insulation for extra comfort. Bedrooms two and three have built-in’s with the fourth bedroom currently utilised as an office, all bedrooms have quality wool carpet.
An open plan kitchen has the convenience of a gas stove & electric oven, standalone pantry with underfloor heating in the working area.
Adjacent to the home is a 9x7m three bay garage with two roller doors with power on a slab floor, with the 3rd bay serving as a workshop.
Rainwater storage is assured with two 5000 gallon tanks supplying services to the home. A third 5000 gallon tank with garage catchment is storage for rural services. The property has excellent Stock water with seven earthen dams, plus a reticulated trough to the holding paddock.
There are six paddocks in the rotation, plus a holding paddock, along with an internal laneway system for ease of management. The central laneway leads to a set of steel cattle yards with a loading ramp and vet crush.
The property has a mixture of basalt, loam and traprock soils, with a large body of feed on offer. The pastures are a mixture of both improved and native species including Fescue, Cocksfoot and clovers. Numerous tree lines have been planted throughout the property for wind, shade, and erosion control.