We have have over 3 Commercial Real Estate & Properties for Lease in lightning ridge NSW. Some of the Close Suburbs are 3 Commercial Properties for Lease , 1 in COLLARENEBRI
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Wandella has started the New Year with renewed optimism after 4 and #xBD; inches of rain during the Christmas period. The price is based on the mining claim/farming plant but is negotiable upon their exclusion. Situation: 30km north of Lightning Ridge on the Castlereagh Highway. Area: 3,647ha (9,011.9 ac) Western Lands Lease. Rates: $828.18pa being part of Walgett Shire. Country: Wandella has a mixture of flat grey/black country along the Narran River rising to soft red ridges. The timber is predominantly Coolibah, Myall, Mulga and Ironbark. Rainfall: 400mm annual average. Water: Approx 13km frontage to the Narran River, 8 dams, pipeline from the Narran River with a mono pump service to the house and five paddocks. Cultivation: About 230ha (568ac) has been farmed. Fencing: The boundary fencing is mostly barb and plain with half of it being electrified. The internal fences being mainly barb and plain, with some having western droppers and some hingejoint. Improvements: 4br weatherboard home with excellent renovated kitchen and open plan kitchen/dining/lounge. 2 bay garage 4 stand electric woolshed/workshop. Inclusions: 6ha of mining claims Farming plant which includes: Case 4496 tractor 215hp 4 wheel drive, John Deere Header 5010, Connor Shea Cultivator coupled with a Simplicity 1 1/4 tonne airseed box with finger harrows, 60ft 3 point linkage Hardi Spray rig, 7mt x 2 way disc plough, 40ft Mitze auger, 2 x 25 tonne Yeoman and #x27;s portable bins.
Glenelvyn is a good example of a western mixed farming property with quality soft grazing country carrying a variety of summer native grasses including Mitchell, Coolabah, Neverfail and Queensland Bluegrass plus a variety of winter herbages and medics whilst the farming country is also made up of soft black soil. The working improvements included fencing, buildings and water all adding up to a highly regarded property in a good location. Situation: 19km south west of Lightning Ridge via Llanillo Road. Area: 7,321.8ha (18,093 ac) Western Lands Lease. Country: Generally typical flood plain country with heavier grey to black self cracking soils in the lower country and soft chocolate to red loam on the higher ground which is ideally suited for flood refuge. Timber consists of Whitewood, Leopard Wood, Wilga, Buddah and some Box on the lighter country and Myall, Coolabah, Belah and Boonery on the heavier areas. The licensed area for cultivation is 842ha (2,080 ac) which comprises all soft black soils, all of which is presently being cropped. Fencing: All fencing is in good condition comprising 6 plain and barbed wire whilst the cultivation also has two additional electric wires. Sub divided into 12 main paddocks. Water: Cap and pipe system from Llanillo Bore Trust to 22,500 litre tanks with concrete troughs plus 5 dams. Improvements: Single bedroom cottage, in need of repair; 4 stand electric steel shearing shed; steel sheep yards with two covered stock handling areas; steel cattle yards with race, crush and loading ramp that have been meshed to handle goats; 60 x 30 steel machinery/hay shed; 1 x 500 tonne and 1 x 250 tonne grain pits, 2 x 100 tonne and 1 x 75 tonne silos (both aerated) 1 x 60 tonne and 1 x 30 tonne silos.
Allawah is a property which lends itself to a cattle/cropping enterprise with a good mixture of country complimented by well maintained improvements. With easy access by bitumen roads to Hebel, Lightning Ridge and Walgett where schooling, medical assistance and general goods are readily available. With these attributes Allawah is well worth consideration. Situation: 20928 Castlereagh Highway, Lightning Ridge, 29kms to Lightning Ridge and 20kms to Angledool. Area: 5,583ha (13,795 acres) Western Lands Lease Country: Allawah is a mixture of grey self mulching soils with soft red ridges through the middle. Timber consists of Coolibah, Belah, Wilga, Ironbark, Pine, Wattle and Dogwood. 1,328ha (3,280 ac) of cultivation. Significant areas of the red ridges have had buffel grass seed distributed. Water: Capped bore and pipe scheme utilizing cup and saucer tanks, as well as dams and frontage to the Narran River on the north western side which also provides beneficial flooding. Rainfall: 400mm annual average. Fencing: Stock proof to new condition suited mainly for cattle. Improvements: Substantial set of steel cattle yards in very good condition with water in the yards. There is rural power to the block which is not connected at present. Established grain pad area with easy access to the main road.