KALIMNA – SOLD
YOUR INTRODUCTION INTO PRODUCTION
St Arnaud – Banyena Road, Avon Plains
Offers considered prior.
In the current period of limited land sales in the area, this property presents a great opportunity to purchase highly productive agricultural land. This prime farming country is being offered in three separate allotments, with the combined acreage totaling 1130 acres* or 457 Ha.
The property is serviced by GWM Water with shedding and additional infrastructure acting as a central base. Soil type which is typical to the area allowing no restriction to crop type and productivity.
Serviced by the St Arnaud – Banyenna Road offering a central base to St Arnaud, Donald and Marnoo receival sites. Purchasing this property enables the successful bidder the opportunity to continue the best management practices which this land currently enjoys, with solid production in a reliable rainfall zone.
Lot 1 637 Acres* or 258 Ha* Comprising of five paddocks with infrastructure, GWM Water and
currently sown to lentils.
Lot 2 299 Acres* or 121 Ha* on adjoining Lot 1 corner of Hancock and Hunter Rd.
Currently Sown to Barley with GWM Water.
Lot 3 194 Acres* or 78 Ha* Corner of St Arnaud Banyena Rd & Wrights Rd. Two main Paddocks with GWM Water and sown to barley.
The property is being sold via auction on Wednesday 16th of December at 11am.
Offers considered prior. 10% deposit, settlement 1st of Feb, 2021.
The auction will take place at Traynoors Lagoon CFA yard. Strict COVID-19 restrictions will apply. Please contact the selling agent for all relevant information. All bidders are required to register in advance. General public not permitted. These conditions are subject to change.
For inspections and inquires please contact selling agent:
Brett Douglas 0447 162 455 / firstname.lastname@example.org
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