We have have over 10 Commercial Real Estate & Properties for Lease in moree NSW. Some of the Close Suburbs are 13 Commercial Properties for Lease , 4 in BINIGUY, 4 in WARIALDA, 1 in PALLAMALLAWA
10 Commercial Real Estate & Properties in Moree are listed in 3 categories. We have 6 Commercial FarmsLease , 6 Retail ShopsLease and 1 OfficesLease .
Neringla is a versatile property lending itself to grazing, crop production, hay production and dryland and irrigation options on excellent soils. Situated in easy range of Moree with all the services of an all weather access road, this property with all the improvements in place is an excellent investment. Situation: 25kms from Moree on the Watercourse Road with bitumen frontage. Area: 259.3ha (640ac) freehold. Country: Predominantly flat black soil with a beneficial red ridge. Arable Area: Approx 56ha of irrigation development as well as a further 90ha of dryland cultivation. Timber: Myall, Belah, Box Wilga. Water: A 50 meg irrigation storage as well as a stock dam. 3 bores of which one has a 4 meg licence and the other two are for stock and domestic equipped with a jet pump and an electric submersible. Fencing: All in good order, mainly set up for cattle with 3 barb/3 plain, steel posts and railway line end assemblies. Improvements: A comfortable 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom brick veneer homestead surrounded by gardens. A 4 bay car shed with one bay being a lockable workshop with a concrete floor. 2 x hayshed/machinery sheds being 16x35m and 15x33m, steel cattle yards with scales and a RPM crush, suitable to work 250 grown cattle.
BURR ISLAND GINGHAM CHANNEL Situation 45kms from Moree off the Watercourse Road and via Brageen Crossing Road. Area: 216.91ha (536 ac) freehold Rates: $2,064.80pa Country: The country is level and predominantly grey/black loamy silt with the main timber being Coolibah. Cultivation: Approx 245ac has been farmed with another 130ac of regrowth which can be tidied up for cultivation. Rainfall: 550mm annual average Water: Frontage to the Gingham Channel in the north east corner of the block. Fencing: Stock proof boundary of plain and barb with no subdivision fencing. Comments: The sale of Burr Island is to finalise a deceased estate after being held in the family for 75 years. It can be utilized for winter or summer cropping or if established with improved pasture would make an ideal grazing block. Price: $330,000
Situation: 11 kms west of Moree via the Gwydir Highway then approx 4 kms down the Watercourse Road. Area: 68.8ha (169.9ac) Country: Flat, self mulching black soil with a gully through the eastern corner. Rates: Moree Plains Shire Council $1,783.95 p.a Water: 1 equipped bore with a submersible pump and generator rated at 8,000 gals/hr, with a trough and 2 poly tanks 5,000 gal and 2,000 gal. Rainfall: 600mm (24") annual average. Fencing: Boundary is either ringlock or plain and barb. Improvements: Homestead house footings and main beams in place. Cattle yards: Portable panel yards with an Arrowquip crush. Access: All weather access on a gravel road. Remarks: The Carbeens is an ideal lifestyle block with easy access to town and yet lending itself to a small grazing/stud enterprise on prime watercourse country. Would comfortably run 20 breeders and followers with a perfect house site already established out of flood reach with all weather gravel road access.
Bullerana is a great example of a quality mixed farming property in the Moree district. It is backed up by good soils and the opportunity to top up the moisture profile with seasonal flooding. Situation: 35km north west of Moree via the Gingham Road. Area: 4,246 hectares (10,492 acres) freehold. Country: Generally level flood plain country typical of the Gingham watercourse area. Soils comprise of rich black to grey alluvial types with one chocolate ridge and a gravel pit. All of the property is subject to beneficial flooding from the Gingham Channel that traverses the southern end. Approximately 3,515.2 hectares (8,686 acres) are at present being cultivated. Timber is mainly Coolabah with some Box, Myall and Boonery. Rainfall: 550mm annual average. Fencing: Nearly all of the fencing is in new or very sound condition with four (4) plain and two (2) barbed wires. Sub divided into 16 main paddocks. Water: Another feature of the property with three (3) equipped bores piped to 4 x 22,500 litre tanks throughout the property. Homestead supply is all rainwater, 260,000 litres, with bore water for the surrounding area. Improvements: Homestead: Large, well presented weatherboard home with 4 bedrooms, full ensuite off main bedroom, office, large kitchen/dining area, family room, lounge room, ducted air conditioning, enclosed verandahs on two (2) sides, cellar, coolroom, in ground pool and covered patio area, all set in a large established garden with pop up sprinklers. Other Accommodation: Renovated 3 bedroom timber cottage. Machinery Shed: Large, all steel machinery/workshop shed with high roof line and concrete floor and conc. bunting on rear wall, 6 bays, 60 x 20m; timber and gal iron plus 4 bay garage with lock up storage rooms. Fodder Storage: All steel hayshed, 15 x 56m, 7 bays Grain Storage: Silos: 5x75 tonne; 2 x 140 tonne; 3x 85 tonne; 3x50 tonne, all aerated Yards: Steel, M M cattle yards with undercover RPM cattle crush. Steel sheep yards, 7,000 head.
Eden Valley is a fully established olive producing operation with state of the art processing facilities. The owners have looked to the future by allocating further areas for increasing the number of trees. Plans are approved for the addition of a tourist complex to fully integrate the potential of this enterprise, already located in a picturesque setting. Situation: 65km south west of Moree via Terry Hie Hie Area Title: 577 Ha (1427 acres) freehold Country: Rises gently away from flats along Berrigal Creek to a more sloping landscape towards the edges of the valley. Soils vary from red clay loam to sandy clay loam with some gravel content in places. Approximately 445 Ha have been cleared and developed for olive production or dryland farming. The remaining land consists of mostly native bushland. Olive Production: Number of fields: 5 Trees Planted: 15,000 Varieties: Kalamata (olives) Giant Kalamata (olives) Hardys Mammoth (olives/oil) Manzanillo (olives/oil) Nevadillo Blanco (oil) Rainfall: 650mm annual average Water: Double frontage to Berrigal Creek, 8 dams with total capacity of 20megs, 1 x bore equipped with motor and pump, 1 x bore unequipped, 1 x well equipped with electric motor and submersible pump, 1 x well unequipped. Irrigation Licence: 38 megalitre licence on Berrigal Creek Improvements: Homestead: 3 bedroom timber home, kitchen, dining area, dining room, lounge room, enclosed verandah, detached meat house, garage, set in established garden. Other Accommodation: 10 rooms in dongas, toilet and shower blocks Machinery Sheds: 2 skillion sheds Olive Production Facilities: Oil Processing factory including oil press, office, testing laboratory, pulp extraction and storage facilities. Olive processing factory including picking, packaging and storage facilities plus sorting conveyer and stainless steel benches. Storage: 2 x olive pickling rooms, capable of holding approximately 100 tonne of barrel storage. 2 x portable storage containers. Cool room: 4m x 9m unit http://edenvalleyolives.com.au/
Land area approximately 14.88 hectares (36.76 acres) Approximately 400m frontage to Newell Highway at Northern entrance to the Moree Bypass Unique opportunity to purchase quality land in a strong regional town Situated in a strong agricultural shire The size, location and exposure to passing traffic offer and #x92;s prospective purchasers the opportunity to capitalize on the future development of Moree RU1 Primary production zoning Rates approximately $2746.40 Capitalise on the future development of Moree
Main street frontage Suit boutique or specialty shop or alternatively could suit open plan office setting Excellent position, located within CBD close to a busy coffee shop Ample storage Outgoings paid by owner Call today to arrange an inspection