132 Cemetery Road Talgarno VIC 3691
REUBEN'S RUN TALGARNO NE VIC 400 ACRES- 161.8HA132 Cemetery Road, Talgarno
First time ever offered for sale, held in the family for 6 generations
Located just 27 kilometres from Albury and boasts a secure 31-32 (775mm-800mm) annual average rainfall.
Excellent balance of country ranging from alluvial creek flats to gentle undulation, 100% arable.
Subdivided into 16 paddocks with 6 titles, the fencing is described as very good. Pasture improved with Phalaris, Rye and Clovers.
Water is a feature of the property with the permanent Johnson's Creek running through the property plus 13 surface dams. Stock and domestic water pumped from Johnsons Creek, to holding tank and reticulated to troughs. Improvements include: Modest 3 bedroom Weatherboard home (circa 1950's), plus the historic Thistle Camp Homestead (circa 1860's), Steel cattle yards with crush and loading ramp, partially concreted with solid brick shed, 20m x14m fully enclosed lock up hayshed/machinery shed, 10m x 9m lock up workshop/machinery shed.The property has consistently carried 170+ steers and fattened to heavy export weights. Mail five days per week, close to primary and secondary school buses. Reuben's Run is an outstanding property, suitable for numerous agricultural pursuits.Inspection strictly by appointment.
BRIEF HISTORY OF REUBEN'S RUN
Reuban Edwin Williams, was born in Cornwall in 1834 and married Susanna Maria Watts born 1850 and came to Australia and took up mining in Ballarat and Bethanga before selecting land on Johnston Creek, Talgarno. The land was originally Station Cattle Yards where stock from the Upper Murray was held overnight on the way to the sale yards at Wodonga. He then turned some of the land into a garden where he grew magnificent vegetables.
There was an abundance of thistles in this area and when he built his home of pise (mud and straw) with the help of his family, he named it "Thistle Camp" by which it is still known as today. The mud was sourced from Johnston Creek.
Reuben died on 25th December, 1901. Susannah was killed coming home from Albury in a horse and cart driven by their son Samuel within sight of "Thistle Camp".
The land was then farmed by Reuben's son Samuel Arthur Williams and his wife Jessie, then Alice Irene Trewella and husband Norm, then Cecily Joy McKenzie-McHarg and her husband John. In all 6 generations of the one family. Property video available email request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact David Gittoes 0409 362 722, Reg Coulston 0418 118 207
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