"Hillview and Middle Farm" stands out in the Clarence valley as one of the most productive and diverse small farms in a tightly held area.
The property could be considered drought proof being in a 1200mm annual rainfall area, with over 1.5kms frontage to a fresh water reach of the Clarence River, a 180 megalitre water licence, natural lagoon, 3 megalitre dam and smaller stock dams.
Currently cropping large sections of the alluvial river flats and running a herd of stud and commercial beef breeders on the fertile higher country there is the opportunity for an increase in either the livestock or farming operation.
The homestead, with its wide verandahs, is set overlooking and with views of the alluvial farming country to the river. It has been recently renovated and extended to include a huge living area and high quality fittings whilst retaining the original country homestead features. Farm structural improvements are extensive and include several sheds for machinery, hay storage, workshops (equipped with mechanic's pit, compressors and gantry) and general storage. Grain and silage produced on the property is stored in grain silos with a total capacity of 250 tonnes utilising electric transfer augers, and the 1500 tonne silage pit. There are two sets of stockyards strategically placed with connecting laneways from the numerous paddocks. Included in the sale are the two irrigation pumps which deliver water through the underground mains to standpipes in the cultivated river flats.
Services to the property include 3 phase power, town water, internet (nbn), mobile phone, school bus and daily mail.
"Hillview and Middle Farm" are located just 30 minutes by sealed road from the major regional centre of Grafton on the NSW North Coast, with the village of Copmanhurst just 3kms from the front gate.
2351 Clarence Way, Upper Copmanhurst, New South Wales, 2460, Australia