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Specialist horse property on offer


LOCATED only seven kilometres from the Chinchilla CBD, this 30-acre property is set up with safety and ease of horse management in mind and is perfectly suited for a horse stud, breaking & training or agistment business.

There’s a four-bedroom home (35sq under roof), built in 1985, that features a two-way bathroom with powder room vanity, a formal lounge and an open-plan casual living/dining/kitchen precinct leading to a huge patio.

The main bedroom offers a walk-in wardrobe and access to the main bathroom with split system air conditioni­ng and three further bedrooms with built-in wardrobes.

The home also features a spacious kitchen with a six-burner gas cooktop, electric oven and extensive storage and benchspace – all overlookin­g the 7.2m x 8m entertainm­ent area.

A new roof (along with new reversecyc­le, split-system air conditione­r and flue for the wood heater were all replaced in 2017. Add to this a fully self-contained granny flat/office/rumpus room extension (built 1995) which offers a kitchenett­e, bathroom, toilet and storage; as well as a reverse-cycle air-conditioni­ng.

Horse facilities include:

Power to the main stable block, a large feed room, lined tack room and work shed.

Six large stables (from 4.3m), five have 45L automatic waterers, three with concrete floors

Seven paddocks each with access to water trough

Tack room – light, built in saddle racks, bridle racks

Feed room – 6m x 4m – personal and roller doors – Cross ties to roof with power, water, lights and vet crush Vet crush + 2 concrete wash bays with power and water to both

Sand arena – 60m x 20m, fully fenced, hedge on long side, lights

Arena shelter for spectators/instructor­s 3.5m x 2m with roof and two walls Round yards – large 22m diameter, sand, large trees small 10m diameter

Quality Extras:

Fully fenced house yard

Tool storage shed

Workshop shed with lights, bench & power (also used for hay storage) Establishe­d low-maintenanc­e gardens Large raised veg garden (1.8m fence and dog-proof)

Large greenhouse

Children’s play fort, swing, sandpit Establishe­d fruit trees including navel orange, Imperial mandarin, Glengarry apricot, mulberry and fig

Very secure dog pen (1.8m high mesh, concrete edges and mesh top) with 3m x 3m shelter (three walls and a concrete floor)

Chicken pen

20,000 gallons (90,928L) water tanks on house and sheds

2.2kW solar system with grid feed

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