This unique, professionally established scenic equestrian estate has panoramic views of majestic Mount Archer to the south and the D’Aguilar Range to the north. It is ideally located for the serious equestrian family being just 10 minutes drive from Woodford and Kilcoy and a mere 30 minutes from the Queensland State Equestrian Centre.
The large Colonial style homestead is 451 m2 under the main roof and is complete with two sand arenas, a round yard and a superb 8-horse stable complex complete with day yards. It also has an air-conditioned liveable shed. With Neurum Creek on the northern boundary, it boasts extremely fertile soils as demonstrated by the abundance of grass all year round. The almost 20 acres are separated into 9 paddocks to complete this gem of a property.
Lovingly built in 1991, the home features the highest quality materials with an open-plan living area. The spacious master bedroom has a substantial ensuite and walk-in robe. The other 2 bedrooms are both queen sized rooms with large built-in wardrobes. The office is complete with timber panelling and granite top built-in bookshelf. The formal lounge has an enclosed wood-fired heater and adjoins the formal dining room. There are 3 reverse-cycle split system air-conditioners. Electricity to the home is 3 phase.
The kitchen is spacious, with quality appliances, excellent cupboard storage and workspace. The home is ideal for the family that likes to entertain, as the expansive open-plan living room/family room that opens onto an undercover outdoor area. The full length tiled verandas provide excellent viewing platforms to enjoy the vistas in any direction.
There is a 12 x 6 m EasyBuild shed with a 12m covered verandah or storage area. It is complete with a fully functional kitchen, bathroom and HWS. The main living area is currently used as a sewing room and has a large split system air-conditioner. There is a separate power meter for this and the stable complex to separate the equine facility from the homestead.
The property has 2 enormous rainwater tanks, having a total capacity of over 200,000 litres. There is also unlimited stock watering from Neurum Creek and includes a 4 ha irrigation licence for cropping or hay production.
Horse and Farm Infrastructure
The main sand arena is 60 x 30 m with timber post and rubber rail fencing. It has gates leading to the 18 m round yard/lunge ring as well as direct access to the second sand arena – a 40 m diameter circular arena with underground drainage.
The 51 x 7 m stable block has undercover gooseneck float parking [in the additional 16 x 5 m skillion roof attachment], hay and machinery shed, feed room, tack room and wash bay all under one roof. This is a substantial, well made structure.
There are 8 generously sized 4 x 4 m stables, each with automatic waterers, hay racks and feeders. With safety in mind, the stables are double hardwood lined with the fronts of each stable opening completely, to allow ease of access for cleaning. The back door opens out to metal oval steel walk-in/ walk-out day yards. There is a 5 kW solar system to the horse facility.
The 4 x 4 m wash bay has a hot wash and a washing machine. The lock-up tack room has saddle and bridle racks. The 6 x 4 m lockup feed room is adjacent to the stables. The hay and machinery area is 9 x 7 m.
There are 9 paddocks all with electric fence standoffs. The 4 smaller paddocks have shelters.
This delightful scenic equestrian estate is a rural property that lends itself not only to horses, but also to cattle. The quality and abundance of feed can support at least 15 head of cattle in the 3 larger paddocks.
Please contact Alan Broder, 040 955 3877 to arrange a viewing of this lovely scenic equestrian estate.
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