Brockleigh, NSW - Property of the Week

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Brockleigh, Quirindi Brockleigh, Quirindi
Brockleigh, Quirindi Brockleigh, Quirindi
Brockleigh, Quirindi Brockleigh, Quirindi

Just over 100 hectares of irrigated cattle-fattening land in North-West NSW is up for grabs, for just under a cool-million.


About 50km south-west of Tamworth lies ‘Brockleigh’, a 108-hectare property with creeks, a four-bedroom home, and over 40 hectares of irrigated grazing land best suited to fattening cattle.

Listed on FarmBuy.com by Ray White Quirindi, the property is afforded uninterrupted views of the sweeping plains which surround it, as well as the hills to the north.

The agency’s principal, Luke Scanlon, says Brockleigh is known in the area as an ideal property for cattle fattening.

"This could arguably be of one the best small fattening properties in the Quirindi district," Scanlon says.

"This is truly a magnificent balance of country for fattening cattle, or intense agriculture from irrigation."

About 85 per cent of the property is arable land, with the remainder being creek areas and land around built improvements such as the homestead and sheds.

Ray White Quirindi describes the soils as "rich alluvial chocolate soils, with the balance being a nice mix of rich red and black basalt soils".

Eleven hectares of the property is established as Lucerne for hay, while another 32 hectares is made up of grazing oats, with the balance being fertilised native and improved pastures.

Brockleigh features a four-bedrooom weatherboard house with reverse cycle air conditioning and a wood fire for heating.

Also nearby are steel cattle yards with full vet crush and loading facilities, plus two large hay storage sheds and a machinery storage shed.

The agency says the property is well equipped in terms of water, as it features "a fully equipped bore pumping to stock watering troughs in every paddock".

"The property is subdivided into approximately eight main paddocks," it adds. "The fencing is in stock proof condition and has been designed and constructed for the main purpose of cattle breeding and fattening."

Services to the property include the basics such as power and a phone connection, as well as a school bus to schools at Quirindi and Tamworth, and mail delivered three times a week.

Also nearby are air services in Tamworth, and saleyards in Scone, Tamworth, and Gunnedah.

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