Jimna Springs offers productivity

Southbrook's Jimna Springs offers productivity

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JUNE 23: The Southbrook property Jimna Springs will be auctioned in Brisbane.

JUNE 23: The Southbrook property Jimna Springs will be auctioned in Brisbane.

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The Southbrook property Jimna Springs will be auctioned by Ray White Rural in conjunction with Bartholomew and Co in Brisbane on June 23.

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A HIGHLY productive 178 hectare (439 acre) inner Darling Downs property is sure to create plenty of interest in the run up to its auction by Ray White Rural in conjunction with Bartholomew and Co in Brisbane on June 23.

Located 6km south east of Southbrook, and 30km from Toowoomba, Jimna Springs overlooks the picturesque Southbrook and Umbiram Valley.

Jimna Springs has level to easy sloping, deep profile self mulching black soils that run up into undulating timbered basalt country. There is 134ha of cultivation, including a 20ha forage sorghum crop. The property is divided into eight main paddocks. 

 Jimna Springs has black soil running up into undulating timbered basalt country.

Jimna Springs has black soil running up into undulating timbered basalt country.

The property has a bore and frontage to Jimna Creek and Umbiram Creek. There is also a 48 megalitre ground water allocation. 

Improvements include a three bedroom timber residence, machinery sheds, hay shed, a 20 tonne silo, and a dairy.

Marketing agent James Croft, Ray White Rural, said Jimna Springs was ideally located, overlooking the Southbrook and Felton Valleys.

“It’s an ideal cropping, fattening property with loads of potential,” Mr Croft said. “There is 330 acres of cultivation which has a reputation for high yielding production. There’s also an elevated home sites for a second residence. Jimna Springs is certainly worthwhile of inspection.”

Contact James Croft, 0429 318 646, Ray White Rural, or Garth Weatherall, 0438 793 100, Bartholomew and Co.

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