Brushgrove Uralla NSW 2358
Cropping - Uralla NSW
Brushgrove is a property with size and scale in the heart of the New England of Northern New South Wales.
Brushgrove comprises 3,014 hectares (7,448.5 acres) located in the well known New England region of northern New South Wales, approximately 23km west of Uralla, 46km south west of Armidale, 112 km north east of Tamworth, 233km west of Coffs Harbour, 475km North of Sydney and 507km south of Brisbane.
The holding was purchased by the current owners in about 2002 and has been run as a livestock enterprise with initially sheep, and in more recent times cattle.
It has a complete range of working and living improvements including the spacious homestead, additional staff accommodation, cattle yards, sheep yards, wool shed and additional working shedding.
The property is a mixture of open to lightly timbered grazing country with some heavier timbered areas, ideal for shelter during lambing or calving.
It is estimated that Brushgrove would carry approximately 800 plus breeding cows.
Brushgrove is being offered for sale via Meares Online Auction, commencing at 11:00am AEST Monday 28th September, 2015 and concluding at 3:00pm AEST Wednesday 30th September, 2015.
The sale will include land and fixed improvements.
The successful purchaser will have the right to purchase any surplus plant and machinery and chattels at current market value.
Bidders must be registered prior to the sale commencing.
Inspections by appointment with the marketing agen
The property is subdivided into approximately 40 paddocks with extensive areas of new fencing and an efficient laneway system allowing for easy management of stock. Internal fencing is mostly steel posts with either plain/barb wire mix or just barb wires. Boundary fencing is steel or timber posts with netting and newer steel posts with plain/barb wire fencing.
Brushgrove has an approximate 725mm average rainfall .
Brushgrove is comprised of gently undulating, mostly loam to coarse granite soils with rock and boulders on ridges and steeper slopes. There are some heavier soils located near the creek frontages.