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57 Woolshed Drive, Hamilton

Expressions Of Interest

  • 5 Bed
  • 1 Bath

“Anlaby Range”

Site Details

Property: 57 Woolshed Drive, Hamilton via Kapunda
Land Area: Approximately 554.26 Ha (1,369.61 Aces)
Zoning: Primary Production
Council: Light Regional & Goyder Council

Located in the Lower North of South Australia, approximately 90km north of Adelaide, travelling through Kapunda via the Kapunda – Morgan and Anlaby Roads. A well regarded & sought-after region for cropping & livestock producers in this region is relatively tightly held.

The nearest town to Anlaby is Eudunda about 11.8 km and easily accessible to the popular Barossa and Clare Valleys and the Murray River region near Morgan.

“Anlaby Range” with both arable & non-arable land support a mixed farm profile, with a size, scale & level of value that is likely to attract a number of local purchasers seeking to increase their existing holding as well as out of district operators.

Land Improvements

Soil and Topography
The property comprises areas of flat to gently undulating land with some higher hills. These areas of gently sloping land with some gullies and a main seasonal watercourse running through the property.

There are attractive matured scattered gums through many areas of the property with large areas of open cropping country. Some of the rises comprise shallow country over ironstone with some loose surface stone and other areas to exposed ironstone rocks.

Most of the country is suitable for cropping is good ‘clean’ country with very little or no surface stone.

The soils are principally red loam over clay with smaller areas of darker Biscay soils throughout the property.

Good loamy, open areas are very suitable for continuous cropping programmes.

Areas suitable for grazing of approximately 168.3 hectares (416.5 acres) has scattered gums with some dense timbered areas on the higher rises, with approximately 386 hectares (955.4 acres) suitable for cropping.

Pastures and Planting
Approximately 386 hectares (955 acres) is sown to crops on an annual basis. Some of the cropping country is subject to a continuous cropping programme (Where the practice of minimum and nil tillage is carried out)
The pastures have comprised clovers, rye grass, natural grasses and herbage.

The average annual rainfall of Anlaby is about 500mm

Structural Improvements
The stone villa homestead comprises of five bedrooms, large dining room and lounge, country kitchen, bathroom and laundry. There are two combustion heaters, one in the lounge and one in the kitchen.
Approximate capacity of 6,000 gallons rainwater storage is plumbed throughout the home.

Implement Shed
36m x 15m x 6m high steel framed fully enclosed and includes a steel framed hardi-plank clad store room with toilet, separate shower and gas hot water service.

This shed has an industrial heavy duty steel frame and a reinforced concrete floor with concrete pad along the front of the shed and the area surrounding has been levelled and spread with consolidated rubble.

A 225,000 litre Pioneer Rainwater tank is connected to the shed and water can be transferred to the homestead as a backup.
David Braunack

David Braunack
0418 841 349