Running into the majestic Liverpool Ranges, Chatham is a 5665 Acres high rainfall grazing property. With productive chocolate basalt soils, Chatham is packed with potential for further development of permanent pastures. An attractive property with size and scope, Chatham plays an essential role in the aggregation, or could be bought as a commercially viable stand-alone property.
Chatham is suited to either beef cattle or sheep. Its structural improvements
would support either type of operation comfortably, and with these attributes, the property has played a major role in the annual output over the past 70 years.
Water is a feature of Chatham with frontages to the Merriwa River, Nanny Creek, Coulsons Creek and 7 dams. Complementing the natural resource is a solar equipped bore, elevated by way of two 2 separate pumping stations onto various storage tanks, and allowing for the water to be gravity fed to troughs throughout the entire property.
Structural improvements on Chatham include:
• 1 x manager's residence
• 1 x cottage
• 1 x cottage (not currently habitable)
• 1 x shearer's quarters (six bedrooms)
• 1 x permanent cattle yards
• 1 x woolshed (six stand)
• 1 x sheep yard
• 1 x machinery shed
• 1 x car shed