Rural Property

Rosneath Stn Bruxner Highway TENTERFIELD, NSW 2372


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Rural Property in TENTERFIELD

One Marraige, One Retirement, One Opportunity

Roseneath Station, Border Rivers, NSW.

Roseneath Station comprises some 6400ac on 9 freehold titles and is located in the heart of the Dumaresq Valley 70klm West of Tenterfield and 3 hours from Brisbane. Its position is central to Saleyards, Feedlots and Abattoirs as well as being only 20klm from NSW premier fishing destination Glen Lyon Dam.
Owned from 1916 to 1960 by the former deputy premier of NSW Lt Col Michael Bruxner, who named the highway that runs past the property, and is now owned by the McCoy family. A recent marriage and a pending retirement means this diverse property must be sold to dissolve a family partnership. Roseneath Station is currently carrying 110 cows and calves, 115 joined heifers, 120 steers and 400 Dorper ewes and lambs. Well equipped for livestock handling, Roseneath has a large set of timber and steel cattleyards complete with 5 way draft, vet crush and calf cradle. Stock water is abundant with 27 dams, Gulf Creek, Yellow Gully and a reticulated system providing water to stock troughs. The property also has a 2klm frontage to the Dumaresq River and has a stock and domestic water entitlement.
Roseneath Station homestead is a 50 square 4 bedroom fully airconditioned residence set amongst leafy gardens. There is a managers residence of 3 bedrooms and a 2 bedroom cottage located nearby. A successful farmstay is currently conducted in the fully renovated shearers quarters with guests participating in farm activities, bird watching, bush walking, 4WD, fishing and canoeing as well as enjoying the local vineyards.
Roseneath Station must be sold to dissolve a family partnership and presents a rare opportunity for the new owner to purchase a property with many diverse income streams.

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