If you're looking for acreage close to town (15 minutes to Ipswich and Amberley) then this ideally situated 39.2-acre property will make an ideal 'Lifestyle change'. There are so many great features to this property, I can't mention them all, however, here are some of the highlights. The Homestead is a 3 bedroom (including 2 sleepouts) tongue and groove Queenslander with one bathroom, Sunroom and 2 living areas. The home is situated back off the street and offers a central location to access the properties other features. These include an iconic 14x16 mt large barn/shed, Tractor shed, feed sheds, tac room, 4 stables, 5 well fenced paddocks, Windmill (needs to be re-set), chook pen, walking yards, Round yard and numerous holding yards for livestock (IE cattle or horses). Towards the back of the property the owner has planted roughly 2,000 Australian hardwoods. There are 2 dams that feed the livestock and as mentioned previously, the bore. These will need to be re-constituted ( a bit of rain would also help!) The property had previously been run as a diary, and the old buildings are still in place, with a bit of handy work, this will make great workshop or more stables if required. In fact there are a number of buildings on the property that can easily be converted to anything you may desire! Highlights: 39.2 acres of elevated country 3-bedroom homestead (inc 2 sleepouts) one bathroom and 2 living areas 5 fully fenced paddocks with several options for further dividing 2 dams and Windmill Over 2,000 planted Australian natives Massive 14x16 mtr iconic Barn (lots and Lots of options here) 4 stables with other buildings that would easily make more stables if required Tractor/Feed shed, Tac room and an old Diary shed Round yard and several livestock holding pens Etc, etc etc. If your looking for a 'Lifestyle block'. Easy access to town, shops, schools etc. then this is a must see! Call me now for a private inspection
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