A LARGE scale 675-acre grazing property in the renowned Walkerville/Tarwin Lower district is set for auction in two lots on Friday, November 20 at 2pm at the Tarwin football Club rooms.
This is an excellent grazing property held within the same family for more than 100 years, in an outstanding location.
Uren’s offers buyers an opportunity to purchase a larger scale grazing property in South Gippsland.
The property is currently used as a successful beef fattening and sheep property.
It has a carrying capacity of 300 cows and calves, 280 weaners and 200 to 300 lambs.
Lot 1 includes 563 acres, plus a home and shedding, and the second lot comprises 112 acres.
It’s watered by a number of dams in each paddock, with well-established treed shelter belts and strands of natural bush.
There’s a mixture of sandy loam and peat soil types with an excellent balance of sandy rises.
There are 15 main paddocks with permanent quality electric fencing for sheep and cattle.
Improvements include, 3-4 bedroom home, hay shed, machinery shed/workshop, shearing shed and yards, and two sets of stockyards, accessible by both road frontages (Buffalo-Waratah Road and Walkerville Road).
The property is at 1550 Buffalo-Waratah Road, Walkerville.
It’s only 11km to the Walkerville beach, 16km to the Tarwin Lower, 40 minutes to Leongatha and two hours to Melbourne.
Inspection is strictly by appointment only with selling agents.
Contact Don Olden from Elders Korumburra on 0417 805 312, Zel Svenson from Elders Leongatha on 0438 636 290, or Alex Scott & Staff Leongatha’s Peter Dwyer on 0428 855 244 or Andrew Newton on 0402 940 321.