A mountain getaway with private livestyle

THE open grazing country has pastures of phalaris, rye grass and clovers, while timbered hill and creek paddocks have native grasses and provide stock shelter.

THE open grazing country has pastures of phalaris, rye grass and clovers, while timbered hill and creek paddocks have native grasses and provide stock shelter.

“Ercildoune” at Tumbarumba offers a private rural lifestyle with grazing capacity and a great location close.

You can work off-farm and enjoy all the benefits of a small productive rural holding, or downsize your agricultural interests.

The home is set in an established garden with majestic trees and has a picturesque eastern aspect overlooking a large dam.

It has three bedrooms with built-in robes, two bathrooms, a sunroom and an office. The kitchen has a gas cook top and wall oven with electric grill, and opens onto the spacious living and dining rooms.

As well as wood and electric heating, the eastern aspect warms the living area through the sun room.

A feature is frontage to Boundary Creek and Munderoo Back Creek. There are four dams, nine troughs and the garden and rain water tanks supply the house.

The 55-hectare (137-acre) property is set up for a grazing enterprise. There is a good body of feed with the current stock numbers.

Farm improvements include steel and timber cattle yards with crush and loading ramp, electric three-stand wool shed, two horse stables, four-bay steel machinery shed and two-bay timber workshop, both with power, as well as a 3kw solar system. 

The property will be auctioned on April 29. For more information call Sally Douglas on 0428 826 645 or visit www.sallydouglas.landmarkharcourts.com.au.

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