With the original property asset being owned by the Abbetmeyer family since 1930, this cropping and grazing enterprise is now being offered for sale on behalf of the estate of the late Darren Abbetmeyer.
"This property is virtually all connecting and is strategically located to Murrayville, with alternative supporting service towns being Pinnaroo, Lameroo, Underbool, Ouyen, Mildura and Adelaide," Nutrien Harcourts Mildura rural real estate specialist, Michael Fernandez said.
"This is a genuine Murrayville mixed farming enterprise, delivering the necessary scale for cereal cropping, hay and prime lamb production."
"Comprising a total land area of approximately 2198 hectares (5431 acres), spanning across six freehold certificates of title, this property delivers all the essential elements of size, versatility, operational infrastructure, well-managed soils and farming practices.
"Approximately 94 percent of the total land area is arable for cropping purposes."
The Murrayville district has long been renowned and recognised as a prime cereal cropping, mixed farming district of the lower north-west Mallee district of Victoria.
The aggregation offers impressive scale for local landholders to add on to existing holdings.
The property will also be enticing for institutional and corporate buyers or investors.
It is being offered as one parcel or with an option of three independent and non-contingent property assets.
This is a genuine Murrayville mixed farming enterprise, delivering the necessary scale for cereal cropping, hay and prime lamb production.
- Bywaters - containing 259ha (640ac), including all the operational infrastructure;
- Phillips and Kuchel's - containing 534ha (1319ac); and
- Littles, Chidlow's, Duffield's, Creasy's and Wilsons - containing 1405ha (3472ac).
An existing lease agreement is in place for option three.
All allotments are serviced with frontage to maintained all-weather gravel surfaced public roads, allowing for the efficient movement of machinery in a safe manner between the aggregation.
Soil types and topography are well suited to a continuous cereal cropping, hay and prime lamb production program. including wheat, barley, oats, vetch, and lupins.
Operational infrastructure includes a raised three-stand steel frame shearing shed with adjoining sheep yards, a steel frame machinery shed, another machinery shed, and a 130 tonne super shed.
Historical rainfall records indicate the aggregation is in an annual rainfall of between 300mm and 330mm.
"Combined, these features deliver a quality well-presented agricultural asset," Mr Fernandez said.
The Abbetmeyer family has appointed Nutrien Harcourts to offer their Murrayville cropping and prime lamb producing enterprise for sale.
Expressions of interest for the property close at 11am, Thursday, January 21.