Grazing property’s eco-tourism potential

Roseview, Yarrowyck

  • 4 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom
  • 2-car garage
  • $1.95 million
  • Agent, John Goudge, 6772 8188
  • Agency, Landmark Harcourts

Roseview is a 791 hectare grazing property that has been held in the one family for more than 120 years.

An easy drive just 50 kilometres west of Armidale, the property runs from productive flats to some steeper, timbered country with protected open valleys.

Soils are mainly trap rock with basalt supporting principally native pastures and currently carrying an excellent bulk of feed.

Water is supplied by an equipped bore, numerous spring fed dams and the basin creek also flows through the property.

Infrastructure consists of three homes including a Hardiplank construction with four bedrooms, two living areas and a separate laundry.

The second original home is circa 1900s and is double brick with four bedrooms, living room, kitchen and dining areas.

Soils are mainly trap rock with basalt supporting principally native pastures and currently carrying an excellent bulk of feed

Landmark Harcourts agent John Goudge

There are also verandahs and the home retains its original features.

There are also several outbuildings.

A third, three-bedroom cottage is constructed of weatherboard with an iron roof. The surrounding country lends itself to grazing both sheep and cattle as well as the possibility of eco tourism. 

This property is in the Uralla Shire and is classified as rural.

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