“Loudawn” is a well appointed property with 2 homes, excellent horse spelling facilities, and country well suited to lucerne hay and prime lamb production, set a short distance from Cowra.
The first home, circa 1998, has 3 bedrooms plus a large office; open plan kitchen, dining and living with 9ft ceilings; reverse cycle air-conditioning, formal sitting and rumpus room, plus many more features inside and out.
The second home is a charming double brick beauty, circa 1908, which could be renovated into a stylish blend of new and old and currently has 3 bedrooms, a large kitchen and dining area, a spacious living room, 12 foot pressed tin ceilings, plus a 2 bedroom grannie flat out the back.
The farm is subdivided into 12 paddocks with frontage to Back Creek and features including:
- 480 megalitre irrigation licence (bore) with underground irrigation mains connected
- 13 horse spelling pens plus stables, tac room and a 55 x 20m dressage arena
- A steel frame 27m x 27m hayshed (35,000 small square capacity), 2 haysheds (timber frame), 3 bay machinery shed with skillion, 2 stand shearing shed and workshop
Steel sheep yards with rubber belting (300 head capacity) plus cattle handling facilities.
Soils range from clay loams to sandy loams on the creek country and much of the property can be irrigated via underground mains
Recent average annual production has been 6–7 cuts of lucerne (approx. 25,000 small bales), in conjunction with running 300 crossbred ewes.
An ideal small farm with good production capacity, ideally located 10 minutes from Cowra, 2 hours from Canberra and 4.5 hours from Sydney.