1276 acres grazing country with well set-up water infrastructure - ideal for intensive grazing * Ex-ironbark and box country with a scattering of brigalow * Over 95% white on vege map, lightly timbered and well grassed with native pastures * 140 acres of creek flats - frontage to both Burnett River and Splinter Creek * Solar pumps and windmill on bores pumping to tanks and troughs throughout the property - hard work's been done * 1 very large dam * Subdivided into 4 paddocks * Very tidy 3 bedroom weatherboard home with deep verandah at front * Besser block building currently used as music room - many uses - craft room or granny flat * Car accommodation, 2 machinery sheds * Steel panel yards * Currently running 120 breeders on agistment * Located 30 minutes to either Monto or Eidsvold in the Langley district This property with it's well set-up water and good quality forest soils would suit pasture renovation to Rhodes and creeping bluegrass. Further subdivision and more intensive grazing would add value and turn this good block into a great block. This property is being sold by auction or without a price and therefore a price guide cannot be provided. The website may have filtered the property into a price bracket for website functionality purposes.
|Address||Price||Property type||Sale type|
|18 Archer Street||3||$147,000||House||Sale|
|75 Flinders Street||4||$89,000||House||Sale|
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