140 acres with 10 acres of water. 5 minutes to city centre, walking distance to University of New England. Willing to split into 70 acre property with houses and shed, and 70 acres with 1 building entitlement and dam.
Partially revegetated with native flora. 60% fenced with top-rail horse fencing - the rest, pretty good, too. 1859 Settler's cottage built with handmade bricks, split into 2 separate self-contained flats. Plenty of internal red cedar. 150 year old bread oven. 2 additional self-contained residences. 18-panel 3000 watt grid-fed electric solar system. Solar hot water. Huge 5-bay machinery shed with new roller doors (electric and manual). Abundance of water, pumped up from a 10-acre private lake by a windmill. Gigantic chook run with eccentrically hand-carved posts, and hanging bridge. Native gardens, and many extra dams. A variety of colourful parrots. Many kangaroos. Will even throw in old Massey Ferguson 175 tractor, tools and machinery. Lock, stock, n' barrel at 1.89 million (neg).
Will split the property in two, and sell 70 acres with the houses and sheds alone, and with two road accesses for $995,000. Or 70 acres with one building entitlement and the large 10-acre dam for $900,000.