Nestled near Mount Jagged in the stunning Fleurieu Peninsula, Fairfield is just 60 minutes south of Adelaide. This 202ha property of premier grazing country consists of two connecting titles, the main two-storey homestead sitting on 142ha, and a smaller 60ha title that houses a dairy, hay and implement shedding and a spacious four-bedroom cottage which dates back to the 1950s .
Currently advertised on our sister site farmbuy.com, Fairfield’s surrounding land is primarily sloped and features a number of well-fenced paddocks.
Fairfield also features a fully operational dairy, playing host to 156 currently active milkers, 57 dries and 101 heifers. If that isn’t impressive enough, Fairfield’s quality setup has contributed to its success at the Milk Quality Awards attaining awards every year from 2010 to 2016.
Good management practices have also earned the property its current Johne’s Beef Assurance Score of seven.
Mount Jagged receives on average 750mm of rainfall a year.
For the dryer times, the property uses its 180ML water licence, a key feature of the property. The property’s water licence allows for taking surface water from the property’s three dams, which combined can hold a whopping 173.3ML, and on top of that have a fully operational bore.
Fairfield also possesses another 20-plus stock water dams and numerous water troughs across the property. A 30-acre pivot, a travelling irrigator and 12 acres of permanent sprinklers come with this property.
In terms of the house, this spacious four-bedroom, two-storey homestead is stunning and highlighted by the French provincial kitchen. Under the roof is a large 501m² living area and out the back a three-car garage. The home also has a ducted airconditioning system for those warm SA summers.
The property also boasts a heated in-ground saltwater pool that’s bordered by a large outdoor area.
Check out the listing at our sister site farmbuy.com
Around $2.9 million could snare you this SA dairy property