Commercial Real Estate for lease in Warialda

We have have over 4 Commercial Real Estate & Properties for Lease in warialda NSW. Some of the Close Suburbs are 4 Commercial Properties for Lease
4 Commercial Real Estate & Properties in Warialda are listed in 1 categories. We have 4 Commercial FarmsLease .



  • Breeding  Fattening Enterprise - Warialda
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    Breeding Fattening Enterprise - Warialda $2,800,000
    Warialda, NSW NA

    Geida Downs represents a great example of a breeding and fattening enterprise with the added ability to diversify into cash cropping, if required, in a safe rural area. The owner estimates the property will carry approximately 350 breeders plus present cash cropping.Situation: 15kms north of Warialda via Yetman Road. Area: 1,217.7 ha (3,009 ac) Country: Generally undulating landscape rising away from rich alluvial flats along Mosquito Creek which runs through the property. Soils consist of black to chocolate basalt type with areas of lighter loam on some of the higher country. Timber is mainly White Box, Broad leaf Ironbark, Kurrajong, Myall and some areas of Pine on the high country. Arable Area: Present farming 162 ha (400 ac) and a further 160 ha (400 ac) has been farmed previously and growing tropical blend pastures or native grasses. Water: Two (2) bores, one (1) equipped with submersible pump and one (1) windmill pumping to nine (9) tanks with troughs, six (6) dams, Mosquito Creek and two (2) permanent springs. Rainfall: 700mm (28 in) annual average. Fencing: Boundary is netting or hingejoint subdivided in stock proof condition. Improvements: Large four (4) bedroom weatherboard and brick veneer home in good condition, modern kitchen/family room, two (2) bathrooms, large cool room, ducted air conditioning. Other Improvements: Three (3) car garage, lock up shed, workshop, fuel shed and meat house. Wool Shed: Three (3) stand electric wool shed/machinery shed, raised board, all in good condition, steel sheep yards. Storage: 1 x 75 tonne, 2 x 65 tonne, 1 x 50 tonne silos hay shed. Cattle Yards: Steel set with crush and calf marking cradle at wool shed.

  • Breeding And Fattening Enterprise
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    Breeding And Fattening Enterprise $1,000,000
    Warialda, NSW NA

    Fairford represents a good example of a breeding and fattening enterprise utilising the cultivation if necessary. The owner estimates the property to carry approximately 125 breeders plus followers. Situation: 9kms north of Warialda via Yetman Road, 68kms from Inverell and 90kms from Moree. Area: 499.9 ha (1,235 ac) Country: Mostly gently sloping to undulating topography with a large plateau type area in the centre of the property. Soils consist of black to chocolate basalt type with areas of lighter loam and some gravelly ridges on the hill country. Timber is largely White Box, Broad leaf Ironbark, Kurrajong and Wilga with some Pine on the ridges. Arable Area: Approx 100 ha (250 ac) is being cultivated. Water: One (1) bore, equipped with electric submersible pump, four (4) dams. Rainfall: 700mm (28 in) annual average. Fencing: Boundary is netting or hingejoint in stock proof condition sub divided into seven (7) main paddocks. Improvements: Traditional old style weatherboard homestead circa 1880s in excellent condition. Four (4) bedrooms, main with ensuite and walk in robe, wood paneling, high ceilings. Formal lounge, wood heater, separate dining room, modern kitchen, walk in pantry, large family room, modern bathroom, wide verandahs, double carport, outbuildings and above ground pool all set in well established gardens. 3 bay machinery shed, steel and gal iron; cattle yards shared with neighbour.

  • Breeding/fattening Opportunity
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    Breeding/fattening Opportunity $3,900,000
    Warialda, NSW NA

    Geida Downs and Fairford represent a great example of breeding and fattening enterprises with the added ability to diversify into cash cropping if required in a safe rural area. The owner estimates the properties to carry approximately 450 breeders plus present cash cropping. Situation: 9kms north of Warialda via Yetman Road, 68kms from Inverell and 90kms from Moree. Area: 1,718.6 ha (4,246 ac) 80 hectares of permissive occupancy Geida Downs : 1,217.7 ha (3,009 ac) Fairford : 499.9 ha (1,235 ac) Country: Generally undulating landscape rising away from rich alluvial flats along Mosquito Creek which sub divides much of Geida Downs, plus excellent grazing plateaus throughout the higher hill country on most of Fairford. Soils consist of black to chocolate basalt type with areas of lighter loam and some gravelly ridges on the hill country. Timber is mainly White Box, Broad leaf Ironbark, Kurrajong and Wilga with some Pine on the ridges. Arable Area: Approx 162 ha (400 ac) present farming and a further 650 ha of previous cultivation growing tropical blend pastures or native grasses. Water: Three (3) bores, two (2) equipped with electric submersible pumps and one (1) windmill pumping to 9 tanks with troughs, 10 dams, Mosquito Creek and two (2) permanent springs. Rainfall: 700mm (28 in) annual average. Fencing: Boundary is netting or hingejoint subdivided into 16 main paddocks in stock proof condition. Improvements: Fairford Traditional old style weatherboard homestead circa 1880s in good condition. Four (4) bedrooms, main with ensuite and walk in robe, wood paneling, high ceilings. Formal lounge, wood heater, separate dining room, modern kitchen, walk in pantry, large family room, modern bathroom, wide verandahs, double carport, outbuildings and above ground pool all set in well established gardens. 3 bay machinery shed, steel and gal iron; cattle yards shared with neighbour. Geida Downs Large four (4) bedroom weatherboard and brick veneer home in good condition, modern kitchen/family room, two (2) bathrooms, large coal room, ducted air conditioning. Other Improvements: Three (3) car garage, lock up shed, workshop, fuel shed and meat house. Wool Shed: Three (3) stand electric wool shed/machinery shed, raised board, all in good condition, steel sheep yards. Storage: 1 x 75 tonne, 2 x 65 tonne, 1 x 50 tonne silos hay shed. Cattle Yards: Steel set with crush and calf marking cradle at wool shed.

  • Basalt Country
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    Basalt Country $750 per acre
    Warialda, NSW NA

    Excellent black basalt country that is presently being utilized as a mixed farm, running sheep and cropping. Situation: 20kms north of Warialda down the Gournama Road, 60kms from Inverell. Area: 817ha (2,020ac) freehold. Rainfall: 650mm (26in) annual average. Country: Mainly undulating black basalt soils with some loose stone and White Box as the main timber. Cultivation: 364ha (900ac) of excellent contoured cropping country with the balance being grazing of which 89ha (220ac) is established Lucerne. Fencing: A mixture of netting and ringlock but divided into 9 main paddocks. Water: Two bores and six dams. Improvements: Steel cattle yards 2 stand shearing shed with yards 300t grain shed with skillion Pad poured for a workshop shed