"Camelot Farm" - A lifestyle and business all rolled into one

Area & Tenure:
Approximately 9 hectares (22.23 acres). Freehold

Situated approximately 5km west of the historic south coast holiday town of Moruya which is approximately 175km to Canberra and 305km to Sydney. 105 Yarragee Road, Moruya NSW 2537.

"Camelot Farm" is mostly alluvial river flats with the structural improvements positioned on the gently sloping ridge situated to the east of the property. Timber is a mix of lightly scattered native and deciduous trees. Pasture improvement is a good mix of summer and winter pastures consisting of rye and kikuyu.

Frontage and access to the Moruya River reserve. Average annual rainfall of approximately 950 mm per annum. The property is serviced by town water.

The large family homestead has four bedrooms, 2 ensuites and bathroom and a large family room. Enjoy the wonderful view and sunsets from the entertaining deck which overlooks the horse paddocks and trees along the river.
There is also a three-bedroom brick veneer cottage that has its own access from Yarragee Road. The long-term tenants would be willing to continue their current tenure. Established horse grazing infrastructures that include stables, Round yard and
a 60 x 20 sand dressage arena complemented by multiple paddocks and a lane way system.

~ Spacious 4 bedroom home overlooking the paddocks
~ Wonderful location with easy access to the river
~ Second home - currently tenanted
~ Established equine infrastructure & business

This is a wonderful opportunity to purchase an exceptional, coastal and rural lifestyle holding with dual incomes, situated on the beautiful south coast. “Camelot Farm” is currently used as a horse agisting property and is regrettably being sold after 18 years of ownership due to the owners retiring.

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