The Queensland Government will offer three more properties, once earmarked for the former Glendower Dam project around Beaudesert and Tabragalba for sale in the third stage of the open market sales program. The properties are a combination of large agricultural holdings and lifestyle properties.
The first two stages have seen the completed disposal sale of 11 properties at auctions in June and August.
On Friday 23rd November 2018 three more properties will be offered by auction. These properties comprise of 2 rural holdings and a lifestyle holding. The two substantial farms have frontage to the Albert River with irrigation licences, houses and sheds.
Sale property 12 is 556 hectares and comprises part of the original Dagworth Station and homestead and Tabragalba House. It is one of the larger rural holdings to be offered to the market at the back of the Gold Coast and is a quality farm with extensive Albert River frontage.
Property 13 is multi titled 146.6 hectares of rich alluvial river flats with a 54 hectare irrigation licence.The property has a home and outbuildings.
Property 14 is the smallest property at 75 hectares in two titles. It is fully fenced with a home and sheds.
While each is different, they all enjoy wonderful views and are characterised by soft rolling river country. All the country is predominately open with timber on the ridge lines of 12 and 14.
These are very good country with some strong river flats and excellent water storages.
The properties are located approximately 60km from Southport and 70km from Brisbane.
Ray White Rural Queensland’sPeter Douglas and Ed Dalton, principal of Ray White Rural Beaudesert are again managing the sale process. “It is a very good mixture with properties in all price brackets” said Peter Douglas. Properties will be open for inspections on Sundays. The auction will be held in Beaudesert at the Council Centre on Brisbane Road at 11am on Friday 23rd November 2018. More details are available from the agents.
Peter Douglas 0407 172 101