Dairy built on clay flats
LOCATED about 10km southeast of Pittsworth is this attractive rural opportunity.
Consisting of 662.19 hectares, the property is a superb example of fine undulating inner Darling Downs basalt country with quality black to brown clay soil flats and slopes into apple tree gullies and shaded coolabah and ironbark ridges.
The current owners are presently farming 329.4 hectares.
The majority is currently fallow, ready for planting.
The added bonus with the Broxburn aggregation is that the property is divided into 10 separate surveyed lots, with nine of the lots having all-weather access.
Improvements include three residences all on separate lots. The main residence is a spacious four bedroom brick veneer home with two bathrooms and two living areas.
The property is currently operated as a dairy and boasts an impressive 24a-side herringbone dairy plus a huge 150’ x 56’ steel frame calf rearing shed.
In addition, there is extensive shedding and 500 tonnes of grain storage.
The property has ground water of 60 megalitres and two equipped irrigation bores.
There are three stock bores equipped with submersible pump and four bores equipped with windmills and a well, equipped with a jet pump and Yanmar diesel motor.