566 Dinjerra Road Glenugie, NSW 2460

Sold $365,000
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566 Dinjerra Road Glenugie, NSW 2460

Sold $365,000


Lifestyle Sold - Glenugie NSW

This 97 acre property is situated at Glenugie, about 19km South-East of Grafton, 50 minutes to Coffs Harbour, and about half an hour’s drive to the beach.
The three bedroom home, one bathroom home was constructed about 25 years ago and is of steel frame and cool room panelling construction. The residence is council approved and each of the bedrooms are very generous in size, and the living area is also very spacious. The home is neat and tidy and you could move straight in; but it could also lend itself to some updating – the cement slab leaves your options open to lay new carpet, or laminate or vinyl flooring; or perhaps polished concrete is more up your alley. There is a reverse-cycle air conditioner in the open-plan kitchen/living/dining area, and the home is connected to mains power & there is a large tank for rainwater storage. A double bay carport is under the same roofline as the house, and adjoins the back verandah so there’s no stress about getting home in the rain.
Shedding is plentiful with a substantial lock-up shed near the home which has a concrete floor, power connected, and a toilet & shower for your convenience. A second shed provides 5 more open bays for your tractor, cars, or toys, and there’s also a skillion out the back for extra storage.
The 97.2 acres is split across two blocks; the home block comprises of approx 80 acres, and the second block (formerly utilised for growing Nashi Pears), is located about 2.7km down the road towards town, & comprises approx 17 acres. The home block is a diverse mix of Spotted Gum & Ironbark timbered country, through to idyllic Aussie bushland, and there is a good clearing around the house. The home block has two dams, along with frontage to Sawpit Creek which has a very substantial water hole. Water from this waterhole & the dams has been used to water the gardens & substantial fruit orchard which is located behind the lockup shed. The second block also has access to permanent water from Sawpit Creek. This block was cleared about 5 years ago but now has regrowth of Nashi Pear trees over it.
Neither of the two blocks are fenced, with the exception of one side of the house block which has a boundary fence in place. If you’re a lover of nature & wildlife, you’ll enjoy the resident roo’s who often lounge on the lawn of an afternoon. Clarence Valley Council rates approx $1,300 per annum.
Excellent entry-level rural buying opportunity here. Pick up the phone & arrange your inspection now!

Property Features
  • Lifestyle

With over 18 years of experience in the Real Estate and Stock & Station industry, David Farrell is a well-respected member of the local community and regularly supports and assists in local events.

David began his career in the industry in 1998 and has spent this time refining and constantly improving on the art of marketing and negotiation.

He is well-practised in auctioneering, conducting weekly and monthly cattle sales at the Grafton Regional Saleyards, along with numerous feature cattle sales, clearing sales and property auctions throughout the year.

David holds a wealth of knowledge around the finer details of livestock production, equipment sales and rural properties; skills only learned and maintained through ongoing experience and involvement in the industry, on both a personal and professional basis.

David holds an Auctioneer, Real Estate, and Stock & Station Agent's license (#1279552) and is a Director of Farrell McCrohon Stock & Station Agents.

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