Woodlands is conveniently situated on the bitumen Geranium South Road about 8.5 kilometres south of Geranium and the Mallee Highway.
There is also frontage on Badman Road, a rubble road to the north; Murray Bridge is about 102km to the west, and Adelaide is about 174km to the north west.
The property is located in a rainfall area of about 400 millimetres.
Comprising 782.29 hectares (1933ac) on two titles, there are options to purchase in two contingent lots, of about 502ha in the homestead lot, and about 280ha in the Badman's Road lot, with a boundary re-alignment to be undertaken by the owner if sold in lots.
Well fenced, it is divided into 12 main, plus holding paddocks.
There is good underground water, with two equipped bores, one has a submersible, the other a windmill, plus storage and satellite tanks.
The owners' forebears settled the land in 1910.
They cleared and developed it, and applied careful management ever since, with an emphasis on healthy clover-based pastures providing healthy production of livestock, crops and hay.
The focus at Woodlands over the past 10 years by preference has been on sheep and lamb production, running a quality self-replacing Merino flock for 45 years, joining half to White Suffolks.
Improvements comprise a three-bedroom timber framed homestead, implement shedding, two stand shearing shed, sheep yards and silos.
The sale of Woodlands is a great opportunity to secure a most appealing property, in a very reliable convenient location.
Woodlands has seen a long family history of looking after the land, pastures, crops/hay and livestock produced on it, which is there for all to see.
Your consideration either as a whole or in the two proposed contingent lots is highly recommended.
The property is for sale as a wholefor $2.7 million, or in two contingent lots: the homestead for $1.8m and Badmans Road at $950,000.
Offers are to be submitted by September 24 at 2pm.