This Queensland cattle property has two deeds and two houses
Located in Dundas, roughly 50km from Ipswich in Brisbane’s west, is this quaint 87-hectare grazing property.
Once used for cultivation, the property transferred to cattle some time ago and hasn’t looked back since.
Set on two deeds with two houses and access to Northbrook Parkway from each title, it is possible to separate the titles if chosen, according to the agent.
In terms of facilities, the Dundas property showcases a large hay shed in addition to a three-bay shed and a few smaller ones scattered around the farm.
The property also features a cottage which is currently rented for $255 per week.
Listed agent Jim Schreyer says that the property’s best feature is its beauty.
“It’s a very unique and stunning property, this one,” he says. “It’s where history meets today, and that is a hard thing to do.”
In terms of the main homestead, this large and comfortable home is a perfect mixture of old and new when the timber meets the modern brick, providing a modern look. The home has been extended over a period of time.
Features include a huge sunken lounge and large windows to better view the property and surrounding hilly landscape. The dining room and open-plan kitchen adjoin the office with easy access from the garage.
The house comprises four bedrooms, including a large master with modern built-in cupboards. The remaining three bedrooms are reached through a long second lounge area. There is also a games room fitted with a pool table and bar, which leads out to the rear patio and front verandah.
The higher points of the property provide views of Wivenhoe Dam on the Brisbane River.
“The property is offered at $950,000, a steal for a property of this size,” Schreyer says. Check out these listings and more at our sister site farmbuy.com