This 320-acre freehold property on two titles can be found situated halfway between Mundubbera and Gayndah in the Binjour district. Tucked back up of the highway in a quiet little area this property is easily accessed with an all bitumen road frontage.
Consisting of brigalow and soft wood scrub country with rich red and black soils approximately 160 acres of the land has been contoured and previously used for cropping peanuts, sorghum, maize and beans but is now currently pastured to Rhodes grass, green panic and legumes.
Improvements include a lowset weatherboard dwelling that instantly provides a fresh homely feeling as soon as you walk in the door. Consisting of 4 bedrooms, sleepout, lounge, two offices, spacious kitchen/dining area plus a separate dining, pantry, bathroom and separate toilet. There are three reverse cycle air conditioners plus four ceiling fans through out the house with carpeted, vinyl and tiled floors that are all in very good condition.
There are three sheds that include a five bay machinery shed, hay shed, storage shed with mains power connected and a set of wooden and steel stock yards loading ramp and head bale.
Watered by a 40 ft deep bore equipped with air pump and firefighter engine pumping 600 gal per hour to a tank at dwelling to keep the well maintained gardens, approximately 20000gal rain water poly and cement tanks suppling house and 3 dams plus 2000gal tank & stock trough are bore supplying water to stock.
The interior and exterior fencing is all in good condition consisting of mainly wooden posts and barbed wire sub dividing the property into 4 main paddocks.
Being in the same family for over 100 years opportunities like this to purchase such an immaculate property with minimal maintenance do not come around very often, this is certainly one for the top of the list that is well worth a look and not to be missed.