What a rare rural opportunity

AN outstanding cattle and cropping block on the Mary River in the Sunshine Coast hinterland is going to auction with Ray White Rural.

It is an extremely productive property of 56ha (137 acres), currently with water licences for 44ha.

Located 47km from Noosa Heads and 150km from Brisbane Post Office, it is a very good first-farm block or weekender. Gympie by the old Bruce Highway is 30 minutes away, and it is the same to Eumundi.

Ray White Rural's Jason Mattiazzi said property was originally a dairy farm and is on three titles - two of the titles share a licence for the 40ha, and the 4ha with the house has its own licence.

"It's a cracking property,'' he said. "Lifestyle properties are very much in demand.''

The four-bedroom, two-bathroom farmhouse is in an elevated part of the property.

The two-storey building has been recently painted and presents clean and fresh, and is ready to move straight into. There is a deck that allows views across the entire property.

Well fenced on the perimeter, the property has been used for cell grazing.

It features improved pastures on quality alluvial soils and some river flats.

With power to the pump on the Mary River, the property is fully irrigated with main lines and upright hydrants for a travelling irrigator.


1197 Kenilworth-Skyring Creek Rd

4 Bed, 2 Bath, 2 Car

What: Booth, two-storey homestead on 56ha strong cropping and cattle country, fully irrigated with pump on Mary River

Price: Auction in rooms on Friday, March 9 at 10.30am, Level 26, 111 Eagle St, Brisbane

Agent: Peter Douglas and Jason Mattiazzi at Ray White Rural

Contact: 0407 172 101, 0419 650 343

Inspection: Contact agent

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