Located just north of Glenreagh, approximately halfway between Grafton and Coffs Harbour, is this amazing parcel of pristine bushland on 5 freehold titles.
With an extensive network of roads (20 kms) within the property, together with a minimum lot size of 40 hectares, this property can be subdivided providing the owner with the option of either enjoying 3,000 acres (1,214 hectares) of bush paradise or capitalising on the subdivision potential, or alternatively both.
There are so many incredible building sites to view the amazing mountain scenery while being surrounded by native grass trees, foxtail ferns and huge moss covered bush rocks. This place is a landscape gardeners paradise.
Also on offer are an abundance of hardwoods including Blackbutt, Flooded Gum, Brush Box, Mahogany and Turpentine. Add two quarries, with recently extended permits, and there are even more options available to the purchaser of this extraordinary property.
There are high grade loose white and red sand deposits, with low sediment levels, and a huge untapped resource of Quartz Arenite. The permits are both generous and long term.
Some 160,000 tonnes per year of sand, gravel, road base, sandstone blocks, drainage metal, ironstone and bush rock gets extracted, plus there are a number of existing stockpiles of existing material. The options are yours to consider what you might do - quarry, subdivide or just hideaway in your own huge paradise.
This property is simply quite amazing. The views of the escarpment and valley are fantastic. There are 3 creeks running on or through the property including Black Swamp Creek, Fish Hole Creek & Flaggy Creek.
There is also approximately 400 acres of fenced grazing land.
Wow! 3,000 acres, subdivision potential, established quarries with current income, extensive timber resources with long term potential just waiting for a new owner!
For more information on this unique opportunity, please call Peter on 0413 111 621 or Michael on 0437 414 022 anytime.