"Warranoy" is located in the well renowned Wallendbeen district between Young & Cootamundra 3.5 hours southwest of Sydney. Consisting of 1659 ha (4100 acres) giving a large rural holding in some of the states most renowned agricultural land. As you enter the property you are confronted with established trees & first class improvements. HOMES: 5 Bedroom homestead built in the 1930's compliments this magnificent property. The homestead is surrounded by large established trees giving you the beginnings of a substantial garden or leave it as is & enjoy just lawn & trees. The second house is a three bedroom mangers residence that is approximately 30 years old. The third residence is a three bedroom jackaroos quarters. IMPROVEMENTS: 5 Bedroom Homestead, 3 Bedroom Managers Cottage, 3 Bedroom Jackaroos Cottage, Shearers Huts, 4 Stand Shearing Shed including undercover yards, 10 x 6 Machinery Shed, 15 x 6 Machinery Shed, 10 x 6m Seed Shed, 10 x 4m Storage Shed, 10 x 5m Workshop, 250 tonnes grain storage, Cattle Yards x 2, Second set of sheep yards, Second set of cattle yards central Laneway System, 300 gallons per hour bore servicing header tank the reticulating to troughs. LAND: 'Warranoy" is located south of Young in the well renowned Wallendbeen area. It is largely arable & would be suited to a range of grazing & cropping pursuits. The district is predominantly a mix prime lamb, beef, cereal crop & oilseed enterprises. "Warranoy" is located in what some may call the districts best country having excellent soil types plus often receiving above the districts average rainfall. It is slightly undulating to some steeper country at the rear of the property. There is granite out crops scattered throughout the property with majority at the rear. The property is split into three different land types; 3100 acres at the front of the property is 90% arable, 350 acres around the side of the property is 70% arable & 650 acres at the rear is not arable. RAINFALL: "Warranoy" receives an average of 690 mm of rainfall per annum. This is above the district average & majority of it falling between May & October. "Warranoy" is truly one of the districts top rural properties being located in the well renowned Young/Wallendbeen district. It has the hallmarks of a quality rural holding & with some modern management will carry large capacities of livestock plus a variety of cropping pursuits. Your inspection is truly recommended.