Beau­ti­ful graz­ing prop­erty

The Western Star - - RURAL WEEKLY -

NES­TLED in the pic­turesque Goom­burra val­ley is Glenora, lo­cated ap­prox­i­mately 30km north of War­wick, 70km south of Toowoomba and 150km from Bris­bane. The prop­erty con­sists of 565.06 hectares in four free­hold lots.

The present own­ers are cur­rently farm­ing 60.7 hectares with a fur­ther 182.1 hectares ex-cul­ti­va­tion, con­toured and planted back to rhodes grass, bam­batsi and creep­ing blue grass. The bal­ance runs from soft kikuya hol­lows and gul­lies into blue grass open graz­ing into tim­bered hill coun­try.

Im­prove­ments in­clude a large four-bed­room brick ve­neer home with open-plan kitchen and eat­ing area, sep­a­rate large din­ing area, for­mal lounge in­clud­ing a wood heater, main bath­room and ex­tra/trades­man toi­let.

In ad­di­tion, the house has ducted air, dou­ble lock-up garage and a de­tached man­ager’s of­fice.

The spa­cious out­door cov­ered deck area over­looks a pic­turesque es­tab­lished gar­den.

This prop­erty also boasts two ma­chin­ery sheds with work­shop, an el­e­vated barn, si­los, stable and yards.

A real fea­ture of Glenora is the ex­ten­sive cat­tle yard com­plex (250-head ca­pac­ity) of steel and tim­ber con­struc­tion, which in­cludes a five-way draft el­e­vated cir­cu­lar race, a cov­ered CIA vet crush and wa­ter sprin­kler sys­tem.

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