It's rare to get an opportunity to buy one station holding but two adjoining station holdings is a bonus for those seeking well positioned sheep and cattle pastoral country.
Both sweet pastoral holdings have an exclusive Barrier Highway frontage only 60 kilometres east of Broken Hill.
Langidoon and Metford station - 60,573ha (149,678 acres) in total - are owned by the same family. They will be offered as a whole or in two independent and contingent offerings.
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Both stations boast considerable flood sectors from the major creek water courses traversing the station holdings.
Langidoon is 35,555 hectares (87,858 acres) and has two brick homes of generous size with extensive sheds and outbuildings including a five-stand shearing shed and all steel yards. Shearers quarters of six bedrooms complete facilities. An 18.5kw solar battery system provides ample power.
The permanent water of four bores and four major pipeline systems provides holdings tanks and trough facilities in all paddocks. There are 15 dams spread across the Langidoon holding.
Metford is independently fenced and watered. It has all its own facilities with 10 dams, three bores and pipeline systems to holding tanks and trough in all paddocks. Rainfall annual average is 223 millimetres.
The shearing shed is only five years old with near new sheep yards and six-room air conditioned shearers quarters.
The three-bedroom brick home offers spacious living. The improvements are serviced by mains power.
The vendor has averaged 16,000 sheep annually and about 2000 goats are harvested each year.
The stations will be offered for Registrations of Interest, which close on May 21.
For a detailed information memorandum and/or inspection, contact Landmark Harcourts in Adelaide or Mildura. Michael Fernandez on 0429 165 077 or Simon McIntyre on 0407 843 202.
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