Pejar Park grazing property and homestead listed for online auction

Pejar Park grazing property and homestead listed for online auction
Pejar Park grazing property and homestead listed for online auction

The southern New South Wales farm, Pejar Park, located just north of Goulburn, is being offered for sale by Sydney rural property specialists Meares & Associates.

The offering is via Meares Online Auction to be conducted on 17 and 18 December this year.

Located 25 kilometres north of Goulburn adjoining the village of Woodhouselee, Pejar Park comprises 573 hectares (1,416 acres).

Meares says it could be regarded as a classic high country property (710 metres to 900 metres ASL) with its 75% basalt soils; the balance being granite and loams, its easterly aspect running to a 6 kilometre frontage to the large Pejar Dam.

Pejar Park grazing property and homestead listed for online auction

Meares commented the current owner Nicholas Rowe has not only preserved, but developed the property.

Taken up in 1939 by Len and Beatrice Bligh, the Pejar homestead was designed under the guidance of leading Sydney architect John Mansfield.

It is set amid award winning gardens with English trees including claret ash, golden elms, maples and deodars.

Nicholas Rowe continued the development of Pejar Park improving the homestead and gardens under the guidance of well known designer Donald Campbell.

It has been running between 2,200 and 2,500 cross-bred ewes plus some cattle, including its Sydney Royal award winning Poll Hereford stud.

Recent sales in the Goulburn/Roslyn/Crookwell area have seen land sell for upwards of $3,500 to $4,300 per acre.

Pejar Park grazing property and homestead listed for online auction

It is expected that the property will sell in a range of $5 million to $5.5 million, i.e. ($3500 to $4000 per acre).

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Goulburn Rural Auction

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