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    • "Durramunga", Upper Bingara

      Property ID 1600626
      70 acres (approx.)


      20km to Bingara, 1.5 hr to Inverell, 1.5hr Tamworth, 2.5hrs Armidale

      Primary/Secondary schools at Bingara, Warialda and Inverell.
      Saleyards/processing works at Inverell, Tamworth and Armidale.
      Electricity - 3 phase power, solar hot water; Telephone - landline; Internet - directional antenna.

      Ranges from heavier dark soil flats to lighter timbered ridges with sweet alluvial creek running through "Durramunga".

      2 permanent water holes, 1.5 km Gouron Creek. Well with equipped pump, and troughs in most paddocks. 100,000 litre rainwater tank with pump for the homestead.

      750 mm av.

      Fencing ranges from New to 'needing attention', with a laneway to smaller paddocks and yards.

      Silo, hayshed, machinery shed with electricity and lights, 3 bay dog pens (sheltered), cool room; timber cattle yards.

      4 bedrooms - all carpeted, main with walk-in robe, and 3 bedrooms open onto the covered veranda; new bathroom with shower, claw-foot bath and modern vanity, toilet; open kitchen with large pantry overlooking the garden includes fireplace and polished timber floors, living area and room for formal dining. 60ft front veranda with 30ft return; outside painted 12-18 months ago. Second living area leads through bi-folding doors to new enclosed back veranda which overlooks nearby paddocks. Large rooms with high ceilings and tongue-in-groove walls, attractive pendant lighting throughout. Also new laundry with storage, covered courtyard with sandstone random paving. Orchard includes mixed fruit trees, greenhouse and vege garden is fenced to keep it safe from the ducks and chooks.

      "Durramunga" is located in the historical village of Upper Bingara. Once a township built around the gold mines, its tranquility masks remnants of a bygone era. The homestead was built in 1942 as the original Upper Bingara Post Office and is nestled in an attractive garden filled with native birds. A twenty minute drive to Bingara, here is an opportunity to live the tree-change you've always dreamed of. All the infrastructure required for a hobby farm or boutique stud breeder is available to you.

      For more information contact:
      Ray White Rural Bingara
      Chris Smyth 0428 684 447 Office (02) 6724 1170