Located approximately eight kilometres east of Wokurna and 13 kilometres south of Mundoora on the northern Yorke Peninsula is the quality cropping parcel known as Turners.
The property has a total land area of 105 hectares (259 acres) with 101ha (250ac) of highly productive arable land.
The land comprises gentle to moderate undulation to the east with the non-arable portion being a small scrub patch.
Turners is well suited for farm build up or investment.
The soil type consists predominantly of red/brown sandy loams which is well suited to the local climate with the average annual rainfall of 350mm which allows for reliable crop production.
The land has been well managed with a detailed chemical and fertiliser history over many years.
Turners has been farmed on a four-year cropping rotation and is conveniently located within close proximity to local grain terminals as well as the port at Wallaroo.
The property is well fenced into two paddocks with water supplied via mains water connections in each paddock.
Turners is improved with steel panel sheep yards with a loading ramp.
"Turners offers an outstanding agricultural offering to the marketplace being well suited for farm build up or investment," selling agent James Wardle said.
"Located in a tightly held and reliable cropping area and combined with record low interest rates, this provides buyers an exceptional opportunity to purchase at auction."
Turners will be auctioned at the Mundoora Club at 4pm, Friday, January 29.