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RICH RED SOIL

Cropping or cattle this rich red volcanic property would suit both. 113.5 acres on 3 titles (51.7, 44.3, 17.5 acres) in the renowned bean growing area of Calico Creek approximately 15 minutes south west of Gympie. Very well watered by 5 dams, 2 turkeys nests, 1200gph bore and 3 ha irrigation license from Calico Creek, water delivered to most of the property by a 75mm main line. 18m x 9m machinery and packing shed with cold room plus a set of steel cattle yard with vet crush. Solid 4 bedroom home in an elevated position and currently tenanted. Extensive list of machinery included in sale including 3 tractors, forklift, quad bike, cultivating implements, sprayers, pumps, irrigators, pipes, bean sorting equipment and much much more. Properties in this tightly held area seldom come to the market and with the picturesque setting and panoramic views to Gympie and beyond. The versatile property is a good value real estate investment, let alone the huge income potential.

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