Gundagai beef cattle holding, Abingdon Station, listed for sale

Gundagai beef cattle holding, Abingdon Station, listed for sale
Gundagai beef cattle holding, Abingdon Station, listed for sale

Abingdon Station, a beef cattle holding at Gundagai, has been listed for sale.

Located at 1609 Nangus Road, the 2,918 hectare property is a large scale signature agricultural holding.

It is centrally located to take advantage of livestock markets, agricultural and business services.

Wagga Wagga is 45 minutes away while Canberra is 2 hours and Sydney 3.5 hours.

Gary Williamson has managed Abingdon Station for the past 16 years.

The Robinson Family owned it before being sold at auction to the McKinney family in 1927.

Then in 2001, Paul Ferry and his great friend in America, Jake Wood purchased Abingdon from Joe McKinney.

In August 2002 Abingdon West was purchased and in September 2004 Abingdon East was acquired.

Under the stewardship of Paul Ferry and the management of Gary Williamson, Abingdon Station has emerged as a highly regarded and well renowned livestock operation which is equally suited to both cattle or sheep.

Featuring 5.5 kilometre of frontage to the Murrumbidgee River, it has a 711 ml irrigation licences with a Centre Pivot Irrigator, creeks, bores and 48 dams.

A six bedroom 1890 double brick homestead has been extensively renovated.

Gundagai beef cattle holding, Abingdon Station, listed for sale

There is also a five bedroom managers residence.

Gundagai beef cattle holding, Abingdon Station, listed for sale

The property is offered through Jim Saunderson Elders agent Abb McAlister,Webster Nolan Real Estate agent David Nolan and DibbsBarker agent David Sharpe.

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Rural Property Gundagai

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