Baronga Gayn­dah cit­rus and graz­ing with res­i­dence

Central and North Burnett Times - - RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY -

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.

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