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    • Carved by Pioneers

      Property ID 1561329
      As you enter the gateway to Hillside Farm you'll be greeted by the charming original timber homestead wrapped in wide bullnose iron covered verandahs. A breezeway separates the kitchen and dining areas from the main home which gives you that pioneer feeling of days gone by. Constructed of Australian hardwood timbers throughout this home is in very good repair and with a little restoration would be a homestead to be proud of and brag about to your friends.
      The second home consist of 2 bedrooms with large built ins. A huge open plan kitchen, dining and living area take in views over a large amount of Hillside. Wide wrap around verandahs allow for cool areas in the hotter months as well as those cosy nooks in the winter. This modern spacious home was constructed by the present owner with the peaceful rural views in mind.
      Hillside Farm is fenced into numerous paddocks with thought gone into the fencing program for ease of livestock management and movement, access to water and to allow shade and shelter for each paddock. All fencing both internally and on boundaries is in very good repair and constructed form timber post and barbed wire. Seldom do you drive onto a property where all gates swing with ease. No carry or drag gates on Hillside.
      Cattle handling facilities are provided with timber and steel cattle yards attached to the original dairy building. A vet crush is provided for animal health treatments.
      Hillside Farm was once a dairy with its fertile creek flats and undulating scrub soils producing excellent pastures. Excellent ground cover is provided with paspalum, kikuyu, seteria and hiafa clovers being the dominant species. Rye grasses and oats are sewn annually with high yielding maize crops grown on creek flats in past years.
      Shelter and shade timber remain with 2 areas of approximately 30acres remaining as usable timber belts. White Mahogany, Re Mahogany, Tallowood and Blackbutt are the dominant species. All undergrowth has been removed to allow livestock grazing though these 2 valuable areas.
      With over 1km frontage to the reliable creek and several dams, water is not an issue. A large spring fed billabong supports not only your livestock, but is a natural habitat for waterfowl and native birdlife. Sit on your verandah and enjoy the antics of this unique little eco system.
      Nestled in the shadows of Yarrahappinni Mountain this fertile holding carved form the scrub by pioneers represent value for money at the listing price of $850,000. To arrange a viewing that will impress, call the exclusive sales agents Ray White Rural Kempsey on (02)6562 5131 or Mark Haywood 0437 286 494.