Located in the picturesque Hunter Valley between Australia’s leading studs and Wine Country, this spectacular horse and cattle property sits against the stunning Brokenback Range and among beautiful tree-lined driveways.
Originally a dairy farm, South Parsons Creek is set on approximately 40 hectares and has an original weatherboard homestead which was thoroughly renovated in 2007. Offering wide-open verandas with panoramic views over the farm, the home has three good-sized bedrooms, a modern bathroom and kitchen all of which is kept comfortable year-round by reverse-cycle air-conditioning. In addition to the main homestead are other prime building locations for additional accommodation or another homestead.
There are plentiful horse shelters, five significant earth dams and great internal all-weather road network. The fencing is predominantly post and rail with a mix of plain and mesh wire with additional sight-wire.
The property is pasture-improved with New Eastern Horse Mix which is a balance of Rye, Lucerne and Clover among others, and is spectacularly landscaped with established tree-lined laneways and drives and manicured lawns and hedging. In addition, the property benefits from PID allocation from the Hunter River.
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