Station Bush is that very elusive combination of eye-catching beauty coupled with outstanding productive capacity in its soils, climate, and infrastructure. This stunningly attractive, 211-hectare property is situated just 10 minutes’ drive from Martinborough township and features direct access to the picturesque Ruamahanga river on its western boundary and some beautiful, mature stands of native trees scattered across the farm. Of the 190 hectares considered effective, around 165 hectares is cropable land, most being irrigated via a consented river take at 50 litres per second. Deep alluvial silt loam soils provide the perfect base for versatility in farming operations. Currently used as an intensive cropping and livestock finishing block, Station Bush will also appeal to growers of Sauvignon Blanc with favourable climate and production reports available. The property has in the past grown crops ranging from pinot gris, onion seed, squash, peas, chickpeas, wheat, barley and latterly maize for grain or feed as well as finishing both lambs and cattle. There is a full range of improvements including a recently renovated three-bedroom dwelling, three implement sheds, two travelling gun irrigators, as well as sheep and cattle yards. This farm presents a once in a lifetime opportunity for a new owner looking for top quality, irrigated soils set within a truly spectacular farming environment that makes Station Bush a property that you would be proud to call your own!
The property will be offered for sale as one, or smaller options ranging from 48 to 147 hectares (subject to final survey).
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