Ray White Rural South Australia is pleased to present a rare opportunity in a well regarded area.
The 218.4 hectare Roehrs is located in the Tarnma area, approximately 11 kilometres east of Marrabel, 18km west of Eudunda and 108km north of Adelaide.
The Tarnma area is renowned for its reliability with an average annual rainfall over the past 10 years of 451mm.
The property comprises gently undulating, productive and assured farming land with some small areas of attractive native timber providing excellent shelter for lambing ewes.
Roehrs is watered by six dams providing water for livestock - plus there is a large concrete tank (approximately 95000 litres).
The property is fenced into eight main paddocks.
Structural improvements include two implement/hay sheds which are approximately 15 metres by 7.5 metres and a hay shed standing at approximately 13m by 9m.
Ray White Rural SA Director, Daniel Schell said the dark fertile clay/loam soils provide flexible enterprise options.
"The soils allow for a range of crops including cereals, legumes, oilseeds and quality hay production, combined with livestock production," he said.
Roehrs is for sale by public auction at 1pm, Thursday March 12, at Marrabel Town Hall.
"The property is ideally located to nearby export hay processing facilities at Kapunda and also major grain terminals at Roseworthy and Balaklava, providing transport advantages and efficiencies.
"The property would suit neighbouring farm businesses for expansion options and will equally appeal to astute investors looking to secure reliable farming land in one of the premier farming areas of South Australia."