Grazing Property --- Warwick / Dalveen District.
1225 acres of freehold country, approximately 45km south of Warwick with bitumen road frontage. 2 titles, rural power.
This property has been internally subdivided with elec fencing (4 plain wires) into over 50 paddocks for cell grazing and ease of movement for stock with lane ways. 16km of underground poly pipe (mainly 50mm), every paddock has a water point. 4 x 5,000 gallon tanks feed the water system pumped from dams, 33 poly troughs, 11 dams, permanent water holes in creeks. Water is a big feature. There is over 180,000lts of rain water storage from house and sheds.
The property has several lane ways leading to a good set of cattle yards with 5 main yards, full vet crush and scales on a concrete floor and under cover crush forcing pen and drafting yards, loading ramp and water troughs in yards.
Machinery shed, gal iron, lock up, approximately 50' x 30' -- storage / vehicle colour bond shed with 3 roller doors and concrete flooring 9m x 7.5m with tank.
Timber-- Iron bark, blue and red gum, box, stringy bark and apple trees.
Country-- Soft loam on eastern side running back west to granite soils, several creeks run through the property.
Homestead-- Built in 1873, low set Queensland colonial style chamfer board home, gal iron roof, open verandah to the north. Consisting of large lounge (24' x 15' & 12' ceilings), open fire with combustion wood heater, living room / kitchen is a large open plan area, kitchen is mainly pine cupboards country style, island bench, pantry, 2 gas stoves, dish washer, this then leads out to the enclosed dining room over looking the tennis court and gardens. 2 very large bedrooms, the main with walk in robe and ensuite, and 2 smaller bedrooms, main bathroom with bath and shower, there are 3 toilets.Good size laundry , office in the northside over looking the gardens, gas hot water.
Double garage, lock-up tool / work shop in front of garage.
This home is set in very attractive manicured gardens with loads of trees and native shrubs, watered from spring fed dam.
Over 100 head of stock currently on the property, will catty 100 breeders in a normal seasons, with fencing in place now with pasture improving carrying capacity would increase considerably.
This is truly a rare find, not often does a property of this calibre come on the market.
Priced to sell for $1,600,000.
Please call Stuart Bond on 0419677775 to make an appointment