Comprising around 700 hectares of quality mixed farming land, Boudaglen located in the Pekina district, is sure to attract interest from existing farming businesses looking for expansion options or as a 'stand-alone' enterprise in a highly regarded and reliable farming region.
Nearly 570ha of Boudaglen comprises fertile arable land, with the balance being sheltered hills grazing land on the western portion of this most attractive property.
The property has a very good water supply and stock water system through bores and dams.
The arable land is ideally suited to growing cereals, legumes and hay production, with the opportunity to also capture the sustained strong prices for sheep meat and wool incorporating a sheep enterprise.
The structural improvements on Boudaglen comprise a spacious federation style homestead set amongst beautiful grounds and gardens.
A second four bedroom home offers options for additional workers or family members, or possibly as a rural B&B to capture the appeal and attractiveness of this delightful area for regional tourism pursuits.
A two-stand raised board shearing shed, workshop, implement shed and large hay shed complete a well-planned and efficient farm package.
Boudaglen' is located 20km south of Orroroo and just 45km north of Jamestown, with sealed road frontage and the local school bus and mail delivery at the front gate.
The vendors are also offering Acacia Glen, a 160ha parcel located at Black Rock, about 10km south of Orroroo, which they run in conjunction with their 'home' property.
Ray White Rural SA is pleased to offer both properties for sale by auction as two non-contingent lots.
Joint principal Daniel Schell said the offering of Boudaglen and Acacia Glen provides a wonderful opportunity to invest in quality rural land suited to mixed farming enterprises of cropping and livestock in this tightly held and highly regarded region.