THE historic south-west property Minjah is on the market.
The 2846-hectare mixed farming property north of Woolsthorpe is for sale as one or two lots: a 1212-hectare section that includes the homestead and improvements and a 1634-hectare parcel of grazing land.
Minjah homestead is a fully-restored, nine-bedroom bluestone residence built in 1870, set in an English and native garden.
The property is owned by Tim Clarke and is the base for the Minjah Pastoral Company.
He bought the property in 2005.
Mr Clarke could not be contacted for comment.
The property, which is for sale by expressions of interest, includes four staff dwellings, four woolshed complexes, sheep and cattle yards, grain silos and hay and machinery shedding.
The sale is being handled by Elders Mortlake.
Minjah’s sale coincides with the offering of another iconic property, Blackwood, at Penshurst, which came on to the market a couple of weeks ago.