Baronga Gayndah citrus and grazing with residence
THIS property is to be offered as a whole and if not sold the property will be offered in separate lots.
The total area is 79.14 ha/195.55 acres on two titles with full frontage to the Burnett River and consists of Lot 1 is 4.4ha or 10.87 acres with four bedroom plus office Hardiplank home overlooking the river and has some citrus trees, Lot 14 is 74.74 ha or 184.68 acres with the majority of the trees and sheds.
Lot 1 water is from the river for domestic and stock use, Lot 14 has 60ML water allocation with 30kw electric motor, pump and underground mains and 50ML dam.
There is about 4510 trees consisting of 1600 Imperials, 450 Novas, 1980 Murcotts and 480 Lemon trees.
The citrus trees are growing on approximately 9.65ha and approximately 10 ha of previous cultivation with the balance being open grazing country.
Lot 1 has a lowset four bedroom plus office Hardiplank home with open plan living area, modern kitchen, theatre or family room, two bathrooms, verandahs on three sides, barbecue area at the rear of the home overlooking the river which is almost 2012sq m living and 182sq m outdoors.
There is 6m x 6m Colorbond garage, two 5000 gallon rainwater tanks and one 1500 gallon poly tank for river water.
Lot 14 has a 11.2m x 7.5m workshop/ storage shed, a 16.7m x 9.4m machinery shed with an attached 8.6m x6.2m lean-to, steel cattle yards with vet crush and 5000 gallon poly tank and trough, 60 tonne grain silo and a list of plant and equipment is included in the sale, two tractors and associated plant.
The property is situated on the banks of the Burnett River in a quiet location and is about 20km from the progressive town of Gayndah which is also known as the citrus capital of the North Burnett.
The auction is at 11am Wednesday, August 10 at the Golden Orange Hotel Motel Gayndah.