Rural Colonial homestead
JUST 70 kilometres from Brisbane’s CBD, Normanby boasts a beautiful Colonial homestead set on 111 hectares of extensively irrigated land.
Mature trees are dotted across the acreage which enjoys views across lush pastureland to Warroolaba Creek while established garden beds border the homestead.
The land is irrigated via underground mains systems and hydrants, and the water is supplied by a 70-megalitre allocation from Warroolaba Creek as well as three bores.
Normanby also boasts cattle yards, a bull-selling ring, a workshop, a saddle room, a meat room, and a room to store chemicals.
The property has stocked Santa Gertrudis cattle as well as horses for many years and these animals have utilised laneways edged by good fencing.
Meanwhile, the lowset homestead overlooks a sweeping front yard and an inground pool, and enjoys a steep corrugated iron roof and a wide veranda with wrought iron lacework to the front and rear of the floorplan.
VJ walls and high ceilings feature inside the home and Silky Oak sliding doors divide a carpeted formal living and dining area with an open fireplace.
There are six bedrooms in the home with one enjoying a built-in wardrobe and an ensuite with a shower.
The remaining bedrooms share two bathrooms, one with a separate shower and bathtub and the other with a shower.
The home also includes an office and sunroom, both with outside access, and a large carport with accommodation for two vehicles.