Historic Langdale Station is a visually appealing and very well-balanced sheep and beef breeding and finishing unit located 30 minutes east of Masterton. A key feature of Langdale are the 80 hectares of alluvial based silt flats which are complemented by 30 hectares of terraced valley flats running up to another 220 hectares of easy to medium front hill country. The balance of around 163 hectares of medium to steeper hills to the rear total the 493 hectares effective grazing land, with a further 63 hectares of pine trees, scrub and bush. There are around 20 paddocks on the flats and 46 paddocks on the terraces and hills with fences predominantly conventional with some internal 4-wire electric. Langdale´s excellent mix of land class and soils offers the opportunity to intensify the production utilising multiple land use options including; breeding & finishing, dairy support/supplement and cropping. The farm is supported by a tidy two-bedroom cottage, four stand woolshed and covered sheep yards, cattle yards and various other hay and implement sheds all located close to Langdale Road. Good scale, great contour mix and versatility are the hallmarks of Langdale. Langdale will attract those seeking a high quality and well scaled block with genuine land use options close to Masterton, in a very well-established farming community.