GLENDON Park is an attractive, large-scale diverse cattle breeding property, located in the tightly-held Lyndhurst district, 40km north east of Armidale.
The New England property comprises of 3235 hectares (7993 acres) of freehold unrestricted country.
Mike Clifton from Colliers International who is handling the sale, said the property was very well-watered, with more than 110 dams, three creeks, and a 85 megalitre irrigation licence, capable of irrigating up to 109ha.
Glendon Park is described as being capable of running in excess of 1500 breeders or the sheep equivalent.
“The property has undergone a major infrastructure development program over the past 10 years,” Mr Clifton said.
“Paddock numbers have been increased to more than 110 to facilitate the current owners’ intensive rotational grazing and biodiversity strategy.”
Fencing has been carefully planned, to minimise labour, and maximise the flow of stock movement.
The fencing is described as being in good to excellent condition, and the property is complimented with three sets of strategically located, all-steel cattle yards.
Glendon Park is described as being capable of running in excess of 1500 breeders.
While Glendon Park is currently run as a beef-producing enterprise, the country is equally suited to sheep, with three woolsheds located in various locations on the property.
Glendon Park has a comfortable four bedroom double brick homestead set in a well established garden.
There is also a second five-bedroom homestead, and a three-bedroom workers cottage, plus numerous other out-buildings.
Glendon Park is being marketed through an expressions of interest process, closing on August 23.
Contact Mike Clifton, 0400 095 902, Jim Guilfoyle, 0407 705 733, Henry Mackinnon, 0408 408 299, Rawdon Briggs, 0428 651 144, Colliers International.