1139 Gerogery Road,
"Inverleigh"“Inverleigh” Executive Summary
A fully established mixed farming property that has over the years been carefully managed and presents in outstanding condition. A property that will readily adapt to cattle breeding farming property (high exposure as is ideal for a stud enterprise) a prime lamb property or a select cropping/seed enterprise.
The combination of the location, the size of the property, the quality land, the extensive improvements and the substantial home with beautiful surrounds is extremely rare.
The easy access to Albury Wodonga and the central location relating to all facets of the rural industry, the productivity and the genuine rural ambiance makes “Inverleigh” a very special property.
An extremely convenient location only 26km from central Albury and Albury Airport. Only 12km Jindera Township. Long frontage to former Olympic Highway now Gerogery Road. Frontage to Blight Road. School buses at gate.
“Inverleigh” Land description
270 Acres (109.4ha)
Flat terrain, gently sloping and draining towards a creek area. Heavier grey and red loam type soils. 95% arable.
“Inverleigh” Pasture - Fertiliser
Predominately Phalaris, Clover and Ryegrass species. Fertiliser has been applied to varying degrees annually for a number of years. The pastures are strong. The paddocks have been on a cropping rotation.
“Inverleigh” Fencing – Water
The fencing both boundary and subdivisional can only be described as excellent. Steel and concrete strainers and substantial construction. Paddock sizes vary from 1ha to 4ha in and around the house area (being used currently for casual horse agistment.) Large farming paddocks ranging in size from 20ha to 40ha. All gateways and access lanes are very substantial in as “new condition”. Thirteen (13) individual paddocks. Well maintained electric fencing throughout the property.
“Inverleigh” Water – Rainfall
The Gerogery, Table Top, Albury area is generally regarded as a 28” 700mm rainfall district. Water supply at “Inverleigh” comprises - 102,000L rainfall catchment storage servicing residence and some working improvements – A large dam associated with the improvements and garden areas services lawns and surrounds – A very large (Long Dam) services both stock and domestic requirements. Note: Long Dam has not been dry in period of ownership (40yrs).
A well maintained residence of timber construction with colorbond roof and hardi-plank exterior. Built by Brae Villa in 1996 this residence is of 112m2 total living area and offers four (4) bedrooms, open plan living (lounge, meals, kitchen) full family bathroom, separate toilet and large laundry. Extras include high ceilings, ceiling fans, reverse cycle (refrigerated) ducted air conditioning, combustion heater, electric kitchen with range hood extensive cupboards and storage area.
A wide verandah encompassing all sides of the residence completes the attractive home.
Attached to and forming part of the general living areas of the residence is a well-constructed alfresco dining, entertaining area. A very pleasant adjunct built in a rustic theme. Two (2) 3KVA solar systems comprising 24 panels, supplements mains electricity.
“Inverleigh” Gardens and Surrounds
Fully established and maintained the spacious surrounds blend with the family residence and comprises lawn areas and garden “rooms” with rose gardens, succulent areas and mature trees and shrubs creating peaceful shaded areas. The pathways, driveways, parking areas and turning areas have been constructed in a proper manner with road base and crushed remnant surfaces. The gardens and surrounds blend with the residence and some working improvements.
“Inverleigh” Working Improvements
Shedding divides into two categories being (a) Those specifically built improvements are currently involved with the day to day running of the property and (b) the substantial improvements of an originally larger property.
1)The steel purpose built utility shed 14m x 14m originally built for truck storage. Currently all-purpose use. Open front gravel flooring, power throughout. Workshop 12m x 6m and 3m x 6m lockup storage shedding plus all usual smaller farm shedding.
2) Stable complex of three (3) brick loose boxes with brick floors and three (3) day yards plus round yard feed rooms and back rooms. Neat, easy to maintain complex.
3) As all steel new large open hay shed.
4) Excellent all steel cattle yards.
1) Older style two (2) stand woolshed in need of some minor refurbishment.
2) Large enclosed older style machinery shed with gravel floor. Timber and iron construction.
3) Traditional older style grain shed. Storage or specific use.
See this original shedding in confined and fenced in shed storage area set apart from the area encompassing the residence and the working area.
School buses to all Albury schools both private and public pick up at front gate. Buses are available to other district schools e.g. St. Pauls Walla Walla.
Arrangement can be made for attendance to popular Jindera schools, St. Johns Primary and St. Mary Mackillop College, primary and secondary.
Point of Interest
Among the many advantages of living so close to Albury-Wodonga is the opportunity to attend two (2) separate universities; Charles Sturt (N.S.W) and La Trobe (Victoria.) The area is also serviced by TAFE Colleges at Albury and Wodonga. Albury-Wodonga is exceptional as to education.
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Property Code: 1396