Eurabelle - 640-Acre Grazing Property

1170 Euradux Road, Braidwood, Australia
Price Upon Request
MLS lre_805_1263957
Web code GJOA
Status Active

Key Details


Belle Property Braidwood is proud to offer "Eurabelle" for sale. Known as a square mile, Eurabelle is 640 acres or 258 HA of quality grazing land offering the serious farmer or developer the opportunity to run a productive enterprise or subdivide into 6 x 100 lots. Positioned only 13 kms to the north of historic Braidwood in Durran Durra, this property is suitable for both cattle and sheep grazing.


Key features include:

- Productive grazing property comprising grazing flats with gentle undulation throughout, scattered gums, and 100 acres of the light bush


- Secure water – Licensed bore with solar pump, 19 dams, some spring-fed dams, two large tanks connected to the shed, and two large unconnected tanks.

- Sandy loam and granite soil

- 11 paddocks with good fencing complete with laneway for ease of stock movement

- Improved pastures comprise of perennial Ryegrass, various clovers, Phalaris, and cocksfoot with Rye, and Oats recently sown in the middle paddock.

- 160 acres* of light bush and the balance of land is arable grazing land with scattered gums for stock shade

- Heritage listed Ruins add a sense of yesteryear and mystery

- Private but convenient location with good public dirt road access


Other features:

- Three-bay machinery shed (18x9m*)

- Large set of steel cattle yards with crush and ramp

- Superphosphate was applied in 2021 and two years prior

- One paddock was sown to oats and ryegrass, used as a finishing paddock

- Good mobile/ internet reception (no mains power close by)

- Zoning: RU1 Rural- Herd carrying capacity 120 cows

- Four DSE to the acre, carrying capacity is 2,500

- 1 hour 20 minutes to Canberra, three and a half hours to Sydney


The block offers beautiful district views of the surrounding areas, providing plenty of options for stunning home sites to build your dream country homestead (STCA).

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