Auction This Friday - We're over it… Sell it Now! Beautiful Views
Owners advise Buyers over $850,000 should inspect.
Inspections are on Sundays by Open Farm' at 10.30am, or by appointment.
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The current owners bought this property in 2007 because of the combination of the quality soil and the excellent water, but particularly for the sensational views. Beau Vale is almost 60 hectares or 148 acres of first class farming country within easy reach of both Brisbane and Ipswichyet so very affordable.
Rosevale is renowned as farming land to die for and Beau Vale is arguably located in the best part. This is serious well drained black soil country and ideal for cultivation. The natural topography and further contouring ensures minimal erosion. Beau Vale's acreage is virtually all usable with 80% able to be cultivated. 7 of the 10 paddocks have been planted with improved pastures. The current owners have been producing pasture hay for both sale and private use. The large nice creek flats are ideal for grazing and are interspersed with blue gum trees. The ample water is obtained from a quality bore, windmill, well and many tanks. In addition water is sourced from the nearby mountains as the water hole is spring filled by the natural gullies that run the length of the property.
Beau Vale enjoys lovely views: to the North to the volcanic core of Mount Walker (also enjoyed from the home) and especially to the South and the spectacular mountain peaks, ranges and escarpments of the Main Range National Park, part of the Gondwana Rainforests, an Australian World Heritage Area.
The owners currently run the farm as a grazing and fattening block. On average the carrying capacity is between 45 50 head of cows and their calves. In addition the owners train a few race horses so have some excellent infrastructure with 2 paddocks built with top steel rail along with a modern horse walker. Most importantly though for the owners Beau Vale has been their home.
The unrenovated high-set Queenslander is well maintained and dates back to 1907. There are 3 bedrooms, a sleep out and an office. Original features include the timber hardwood floors, 12' ceilings, timber architraves and French silky oak doors.
Importantly this property has 2 titles, both of similar size and serviced by sealed road. The title without the home has an excellent location for a dwelling a flattish, elevated position away from the home that takes advantage of the excellent views this pretty region offers.
This is a good working farm and so has the necessary improvements. One of the 2 large sheds houses the farm machinery, 5 stable boxes and a feed room - the other a further 2 stables and ample space for the many hay bales. The overall fencing, both boundary and internal is good. A laneway leads to the cattle yards, accessed by an all weather road.
The property is just 70 and 40 minutes away from Brisbane and Ipswich respectively. Rosewood, with the electric city train to Brisbane, is only 30 minutes away. Importantly when a quality meal out is required the renowned and historic Rosevale Retreat Hotel is just a few minutes down the road.
The current owners have had their property listed for sale for over 2 years!.and are over it. They have made the decision to move near family in North Queensland. As a result they are selling, either before or at auction, scheduled for 10.30am on Friday 21st November 2014 at Level 26 One One One', 111 Eagle Street, Brisbane.
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