Located in the picturesque Hunter Valley between Australia’s leading studs and Wine Country, this spectacular equine breeding and training facility is an incredibly rare offering.
Originally a dairy farm, Parsons Creek North is set on approximately 56 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 new kitchen all of which is kept comfortable year-round by reverse-cycle ducted air-conditioning. In addition to the main homestead are other prime building locations for additional accommodation or another homestead.
The main stable complex was completed in 2008 and is approximately 465m2 comprising nine boxes, each with overhead misters, wash-down bay, vet crush, tack room, feed room, upstairs office and observation deck. Immediately adjoining the stable complex are twelve irrigated and pasture improved day yards with diamond mesh fencing, foaling paddocks with lights, parade ring, covered sand round yard, twelve horse walker and loading ramp and two hay sheds. The fencing is predominantly post and rail with a mix of plain and diamond mesh wire with additional sight-wire and specialised rubber laneways and is fenced into approximately twelve paddocks.
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 Claret Ash Tree lined laneways and drives and manicured lawns and hedging. The property has frontage to Parsons Creek and benefits from an irrigation licence, PID allocation from the Hunter River and an underground well.
As far as horse properties go, you won’t see a higher level of infrastructure or better value in the current market. Genuinely offered by motivated vendors.
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