$1,375,000

5

1

5

Large Landholding with Good Improvements

The property is Located 63 km from Stanthorpe and 35 km to Texas on bitumen road.

3649 acres or 1476 hectares on a freehold title. More particularly detailed as Lot 3 on plan CVE 29 Parish Glenlyon.

The country ranges from undulating to hilly traprock grazing country. The timber is iron bark, box and apple. Approximately 80% of the property is zoned Category X under the Queensland Vegetation Map where Clearing is exempt on freehold, Indigenous and leasehold land. The front portion of the property does has regrowth present that if treated will be able increase the carrying capacity.

Owner states property normally runs 900 ewes, 900 wethers & 50 Cows in a normal season

The property has plenty of water storage with 29 stock dams and 9 natural springs and 2km frontage to Pikes Creek.

The average rainfall of Glenlyon is 646mm (Elders Weather)

The Boundary fence is predominately rabbit netting with a new ring lock fence on part of the Western Boundary. Paddock subdivision fencing is in good order and a combination of rabbit netting, ring lock and plain wire. The property is fenced into 8 larger main paddocks, 4 small holding paddocks and a lane way to house paddock. There are also 3 drafting races at the intersections of the larger paddocks.

The large main homestead is a 3 bedroom and 2 sleepout weatherboard home. Featuring; open plan lounge and dining with fire place that leads into the kitchen with a walk in pantry, open front veranda and rear veranda. The homestead also has a 3 bay machinery shed with 2 stables, a 2 car garage, garden sheds, vegetable garden, older tennis court and 3 x 5000 gal rain water tanks on house and shearing shed. The 3 stand electric shearing shed which holds 900 sheep plus an additional 500 shorn sheep under cover, has an undercover drenching race, sheep yards at the shearing shed with spray dip McLodge electric wool press and 2 x 10 ton grain silos. The cattle yards are located in the undulating country towards the creek.

If you are looking for a large landholding that has been operated as a proven sheep and cattle enterprise then ‘Clearview’ is well worth an inspection. Please call Matthew on 0437 015 018 for further details.

Features
  • Deck
  • Floorboards
  • Fully Fenced
  • Open Fire Place
  • Outdoor Entertaining
  • Shed
  • Study
  • Tennis Court
  • Water Tank
  • Workshop

6281 Texas Road, Glenlyon

$1,375,000

5

1

5

Description
Large Landholding with Good Improvements

The property is Located 63 km from Stanthorpe and 35 km to Texas on bitumen road.

3649 acres or 1476 hectares on a freehold title. More particularly detailed as Lot 3 on plan CVE 29 Parish Glenlyon.

The country ranges from undulating to hilly traprock grazing country. The timber is iron bark, box and apple. Approximately 80% of the property is zoned Category X under the Queensland Vegetation Map where Clearing is exempt on freehold, Indigenous and leasehold land. The front portion of the property does has regrowth present that if treated will be able increase the carrying capacity.

Owner states property normally runs 900 ewes, 900 wethers & 50 Cows in a normal season

The property has plenty of water storage with 29 stock dams and 9 natural springs and 2km frontage to Pikes Creek.

The average rainfall of Glenlyon is 646mm (Elders Weather)

The Boundary fence is predominately rabbit netting with a new ring lock fence on part of the Western Boundary. Paddock subdivision fencing is in good order and a combination of rabbit netting, ring lock and plain wire. The property is fenced into 8 larger main paddocks, 4 small holding paddocks and a lane way to house paddock. There are also 3 drafting races at the intersections of the larger paddocks.

The large main homestead is a 3 bedroom and 2 sleepout weatherboard home. Featuring; open plan lounge and dining with fire place that leads into the kitchen with a walk in pantry, open front veranda and rear veranda. The homestead also has a 3 bay machinery shed with 2 stables, a 2 car garage, garden sheds, vegetable garden, older tennis court and 3 x 5000 gal rain water tanks on house and shearing shed. The 3 stand electric shearing shed which holds 900 sheep plus an additional 500 shorn sheep under cover, has an undercover drenching race, sheep yards at the shearing shed with spray dip McLodge electric wool press and 2 x 10 ton grain silos. The cattle yards are located in the undulating country towards the creek.

If you are looking for a large landholding that has been operated as a proven sheep and cattle enterprise then ‘Clearview’ is well worth an inspection. Please call Matthew on 0437 015 018 for further details.

Agent Details
Agency Details
Frank Parry Real Estate

location

314 Grey St Glen Innes NSW 2370

phone

Key Details
property ID 1733877
land size 3649ac
Media
Features
  • Deck
  • Floorboards
  • Fully Fenced
  • Open Fire Place
  • Outdoor Entertaining
  • Shed
  • Study
  • Tennis Court
  • Water Tank
  • Workshop
Location