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Beautiful home on productive acres at Armidale's doorstep.

Armidale, 764 Boorolong Road "Braefield"

Sold for $1,200,000

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Listing Number: LAM2762
About this listing

SOLD - This listing was sold in November 2018.

"Braefield" presents a unique opportunity in the current Armidale lifestyle market. The 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom brick & tile home features open plan living, an enclosed veranda with a northerly aspect, a 5th bedroom/home office option & NBN connection.
The Braefield home sits seamlessly within the protected, well established gardens incorporating wind breaks, hedges and numerous flowering perennials. The house is serviced by a 4.6kW solar system & 88,000L of rain water storage.
Stepping outside the house yard you will no doubt be impressed by the thought and time that has gone into the development and presentation of Braefield. Divided into 13 main paddocks plus holding paddocks, Braefield is set up to allow for ease of management while simultaneously allowing for the regeneration of the land.
Braefield also features, extensive, mature tree lines, a woolshed, hay shed, stock yards and 2 workshops.
The Braefield home certainly is not short on features,
- 3 Generous Bedrooms, the main with a walk in robe and an en suite. The other 2 have built in wardrobes & bookshelves.
- A home office or 5th bedroom also with built in storage.
- Family bathroom with a separate toilet, additional to the en suite.
- An additional bedroom with an en suite, living area, a kitchenette and a separate entrance.
- North facing, open plan living area.
- Fully enclosed north facing veranda.
- Outdoor entertaining area.
- Kitchen with modern electric appliances.
- Slow combustion wood heater.
- Ample linen storage.
- Custom built workshop.
- 3 car carport, adjacent to the home and workshop.
- Bitumen driveway.
- Serviced by a 22 panel, 4.6kW solar system, supported by underground mains power.
- 88,000L rain water storage.
- Connected to the NBN.

The Home is set seamlessly within the thoughtfully designed, well established gardens.
Featuring;
- Well established wind break protection on the western, southern and eastern sides of the home.
- Raised garden beds with established and well maintained roses.
- Established and manicured trees and hedges.
- An abundance of flowering perennials
- Wood shed.
- Numerous garden sheds.

On Braefield the home is nestled so nicely in the gardens that you can barely hear the traffic on the Boorolong Road which is a mere 100m away.
The way the home and garden fit together creates a sense of peace and tranquillity that you usually only get miles from town.
The home has a northerly aspect and the sun pours through the bay windows into the living area, warming the whole home.

Yards
The yards are currently set up for sheep and lambs, however they have previously been used for cattle and could very easily be converted back into cattle yards. Timber, steel and rubber belting construction, the yards have a concrete floor and a skillion roof in the working area.

Sheds
i) The woolshed is a modest yet functional shed with undercover, grated storage for approx. 200 sheep. The shed is of timber and corrugated iron construction and has had substantial work done on it's footings in recent years. The shed is centrally located, situated adjacent to the yards
ii) A hay or machinery shed of timber and corrugated iron construction is also located at the sheep yards.

Workshops
i) The main workshop is a custom built wood work shop situated adjacent to the homestead. It is complete with storage, power & lighting. It would be the envy of any handy man or woodworker.
ii)The second is a lockable, timber and corrugated iron shed at the woolshed. This is currently used as storage.
Property Information
  • Land area: Stock Arable Ha: 53, Stock Arable Acres: 130
  • Land area
    • Land Area Acres: 139.98
    • Land Area Ha: 56.65
  • Location & services: Km's to Nearest Town: 10, Nearest Town: Armidale, Location / District: Armidale, Bus Primary (Yes), Bus Secondary (Yes), Mail Service (Yes)
  • Approx year built: 2002
  • Property Type: Grazing, Finishing, Rural Land, Sheep & Cattle, Specialist Livestock, Arable, Lifestyle / Rural
  • Construction: Brick
  • Roof: Tiled roof
  • House Details: Lounge Room, Family Room, Kitchen, Laundry and Insulation
  • House Comments: The Braefield home certainly is not short on features, - 3 Generous Bedrooms, the main with a walk in robe and an en suite. The other 2 have built in wardrobes & bookshelves. - A home office or 5th bedroom also with built in storage. - Family bathroom with a separate toilet, additional to the en suites. - An additional bedroom with an en suite, living area, a kitchenette and a separate entrance. - North facing, open plan living area. - Fully enclosed north facing veranda. - Outdoor entertaining area. - Kitchen with modern electric appliances. - Slow combustion wood heater. - Ample linen storage. - Custom built workshop. - 3 car carport, adjacent to the home and workshop. - Bitumen driveway. - Serviced by a 22 panel, 4.6kW solar system, supported by underground mains power. - 88,000L rain water storage. - Connected to the NBN. The Home is set seamlessly within the thoughtfully designed, well established gardens. Featuring; - Well established wind break protection on the western, southern and eastern sides of the home. - Raised garden beds with established and well maintained roses. - Established and manicured trees and hedges. - An abundance of flowering perennials - Wood shed. - Numerous garden sheds. On Braefield the home is nestled so nicely in the gardens that you can barely hear the traffic on the Boorolong Road which is a mere 100m away. The way the home and garden fit together creates a sense of peace and tranquillity that you usually only get miles from town. The home has a northerly aspect and the sun pours through the bay windows into the living area, warming the whole home.
  • Heating / Cooling: Heating / Cooling
  • Property Features: Average rainfall (Average Rainfall/Climate: Armidale ave 755mm/year)
  • Chattels remaining: Blinds, Fixed floor coverings, Light fittings, TV aerial, Dishwasher
  • Outdoor living: BBQ
  • Fencing: Fencing - Type & Condition: Steel and timber post's with hingejoint, netting, barbed, plain & electric wires. condition is good to very good.
  • Present Condition: You will no doubt be impressed by the thought and time that has gone into the development and presentation of Braefield. Divided into 13 main paddocks plus holding paddocks, Braefield is set up to allow for ease of management while simultaneously allowing for the regeneration of the land. Braefield would suit almost any livestock enterprise with clean, open paddocks, 8 of which have a northerly aspect. Ample shade and shelter trees, established pastures and a long super history.
  • Topography: Braefield is very gently undulating and sits high on the range west of Armidale.
  • Subdivision - No Paddocks: Main: 13 main paddocks plus holding paddocks
  • Soil Types: A mix of soil types ranging from heavy basalt through to soft, loamy trap.
  • Shelter Trees: Numerous established tree lines along with a stand of mature Stringy Bark's
  • Water supply: The home is supplied by 88,000L of rain water storage. The farm is serviced by 10 surface dams.
  • Shedding and Improvements: - Sheds i) The woolshed is a modest yet functional shed with undercover, grated storage for approx. 200 sheep. The shed is of timber and corrugated iron construction and has had substantial work done on it?s footings in recent years. The shed is centrally located, situated adjacent to the yards ii) A hay or machinery shed of timber and corrugated iron construction is also located at the sheep yards. - Workshops i) The main workshop is a custom built wood work shop situated adjacent to the homestead. It is complete with storage, power & lighting. It would be the envy of any handy man or woodworker. ii) The second is a lockable, timber and corrugated iron shed at the woolshed. This is currently used as storage.
  • Fertiliser: Extensive fertiliser history over the past 15 years.
  • Yards: - Yards The yards are currently set up for sheep and lambs, however they have previously been used for cattle and could very easily be converted back into cattle yards. Timber, steel and rubber belting construction, the yards have a concrete floor and a skillion roof in the working area.
  • Land Usage: The current owners have successfully run cows, trade cattle & wethers in the past and are currently running a self replacing merino flock.
  • Management Policy: Braefield has been run conservatively over the past 15 years to assist in pasture regeneration & management.
  • Present Stock: Stock numbers as at 01.08.2018..
  • Production: DSEs (Sheep: 350)
  • Municipal Rates: $3,200.17 per annum

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59 Bundarra Rd
Armidale

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