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“Wycombe”, Mount Mort – Sold Prior To Auction!

By Nyree Reushle

Wycombe, a 64.7 hectare or 160 acre rural lifestyle property in the historic Mount Mort Valley district has sold prior to its scheduled auction.
The negotiated price was $755,000.
The marketing produced solid interest from both near and especially far and over 50% of all enquiries inspected the property via the four Sunday Open Farms.
The property, which has been held in the one family for nearly 40 years, was offered by the Executors of the Will for the late Ken Davidson, the well-known Ipswich golf professional and his wife Audrey. The buyer is based on the Darling Downs.
The Mount Mort Valley is located just 60 and 30 minutes respectively from the Brisbane and Ipswich CBD’s.
The property incorporates both a home and a separate cottage. 20 acres of the farm is fertile alluvial flats, the balance made up of undulating Ironbark ridges. Wycombe is well watered by a bore, three dams and a large rain water tank.
The Davidson’s built the three bedroom double brick house with expansive wide verandas on all four sides in 1983.
Other improvements include an adjoining billiard room, large powered fully concreted 80×20 foot steel shed, an 11 metre swimming pool, cattle yards with loading ramp, chook pen and round yard.
Wycombe” was marketed and sold by Barry Quinn (0409 828 342) from Ray White Rural Brisbane.

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