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118 Bells Road, Cushnie
|5 Beds||2 Baths||7846854 Square metres||11 car spaces|
This property is 1939 acres on four titles. It is situated 32kms north west of Kingaroy, and 20kms west of Wondai. It has two residences on separate titles, and other infrastructure, including solid timber cattle yards, feedlot/silage pens, silage bunkers and a piggery with a 4000 SPU license (which is currently not in use).
The main residence is a 1960s five-bedroom timber home. The main bedroom has an ensuite, WIR and an office. There are two lounge areas, ducted reverse cycle air conditioning and polished hardwood flooring. The bedrooms have built in robes and fans. There is solar power and also 10,000 gallons of tank water. There is a two-bay carport attached.
The second residence (separate title) is a 1990 brick home with its own road entrance, on a 640 acre title of majority scrub country. It has three bedrooms, air conditioning, a wood heater and 8000 gallons of rain water storage and also a garage.
This residence is currently rented, at a good return - $250/week.
There are primary schools in Wondai and Tingoora, and numerous primary and highschools in Kingaroy and Murgon, both private and public.
The cattle yards are solid timber, with an undercover vet crush and scales. The yards have lane ways to twelve pens which have feed bunks.
There is another set of timber yards that would require some work, but are useable.
The property currently runs 170 breeders and heifers with no feeding. Owners have run 200+ cows & progeny to slaughter weight, plus bulls for stud sales, with use of silage grown on farm.
The piggery is licenced 4000 SCU which is currently not in use but is being renovated to lease. Rental income opportunities can be discussed. Other improvements include a 2000 tonne silage capacity pits, 1500 tonne grain storage (which can be leased) and a mixing shed/hammer mill. There is also a large machinery shed (12mx28m) and two hay sheds and other barns and machinery sheds.
The country ranges from quality red volcanic soils to granite forest soils. Approximately 1000 acres is cleared, with the rest being selectively cleared ironbark country. There is approximately 500 acres of timbered forest country. There are areas of millable timber, and parts of the cleared country is contoured and has been previously farmed. The pastures include panic, Rhodes, buffel, blue grass and native species.
There are 20 dams with most being good sized dams - the largest being approximately 40meg. There are more potential sites.
The timbered country is fenced for goats – electric & netting. The rest is older stockproof – 4 barb timber post. It is fenced into approximately ten paddocks.