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CHR31511
Sheep/Beef
    • 701 Sisters Road, Cheviot
    • 701 Sisters Road, Cheviot
    • 701 Sisters Road, Cheviot
    • 701 Sisters Road, Cheviot
    • 701 Sisters Road, Cheviot
    • 701 Sisters Road, Cheviot
    • 701 Sisters Road, Cheviot
    • 701 Sisters Road, Cheviot
    • 701 Sisters Road, Cheviot
    • 701 Sisters Road, Cheviot
    • 701 Sisters Road, Cheviot
    • 701 Sisters Road, Cheviot
    • 701 Sisters Road, Cheviot
    • 701 Sisters Road, Cheviot
    • 701 Sisters Road, Cheviot
    • 701 Sisters Road, Cheviot
    • 701 Sisters Road, Cheviot
    • 701 Sisters Road, Cheviot
    • 701 Sisters Road, Cheviot
    • 701 Sisters Road, Cheviot
    • 701 Sisters Road, Cheviot
    • 701 Sisters Road, Cheviot
    • 701 Sisters Road, Cheviot

Deadline Private Treaty

(Unless Sold Prior)
Closes 2.00pm
Thursday
4 June 2020
Deadline Private Treaty

Plus GST (if any)

Cheviot

701 Sisters Road, Cheviot

Land Size: 430.5 hectares (1063.81 Acres)

DEADLINE DATE EXTENDED DUE TO COVID 19 - Now closing 4 June 2020

• 430 hectares more or less, in one title, with a very good balance of flats to downs to hill
• Low cost irrigation with five modern pivot irrigators covering approximately 96 hectares plus a further 16 hectares of spray. Irrigation consent 130 litres per second from a 23.5 metre bore
• The property also holds a consent for change of land use to dairying - subject to conditions
• Nutrient Budget available - will suit most types of farming
• Modern pastures / crop regime / high fertiliser inputs / soil tests available
• Over 300,000 litres of modern stock/domestic water storage -12 units county water plus from irrigation well - a further two units in reserve
• Outstanding farm infrastructure and a high standard of paddock subdivision / modern fencing / lanes throughout
• Current farming practices include a strong cattle history incorporating both dairy grazing all year and cow winter grazing, and beef breeding and finishing in addition to in excess of 1000 breeding ewes, 2000-3000 winter lambs
• The property is complemented by a well maintained and modernised four-bedroom homestead, a separate two-bedroom cottage and a full range of farm buildings and yards

In summary, this is a very well balanced property, set up to support a wide range of farming options and should be given very early consideration by potential purchasers looking to acquire an easily managed farming operation complemented by exceptional infrastructure where all the hard work has been completed by the current owners.

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Peter Crean

Peter Crean

Canterbury/West Coast Real Estate Manager
Licensed Salesperson (REAA 2008)
B 03 341 4301
M 027 434 4002