Mount Tamborine farm up for grabs

Mount Tamborine's Sunset Farm to be auctioned on October 20


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MOUNT TAMBORINE: Sunset Farm will be auctioned by Ray White Rural in Brisbane on October 20.

MOUNT TAMBORINE: Sunset Farm will be auctioned by Ray White Rural in Brisbane on October 20.

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Mount Tamborine property Sunset Farm will be auctioned by Ray White Rural in Brisbane on October 20.

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MOUNT Tamborine’s highly regarded Sunset Farm is set to be sold at auction. According to marketing agent Barry Quinn, Ray White Rural, the owner has had this property on the market for some time and is now forced to meet the market. 

“Things have changed and he has relocated to Sydney, removed the manager and sold off the farm machinery,” Mr Quinn said.“Sunset Farm will now be disposed of at auction.”

The majority of the 20 hectare property is trellised and is hail netted.

The majority of the 20 hectare property is trellised and is hail netted.

The 20 hectare (49 acre) farm features rich, red volcanic soils and an outstanding underground water supply. The property is arguably the flattest, largest parcel of land on this fertile mountain and located in the centre of the mountain.

Sunset Farm will be auctioned by Ray White Rural in Brisbane on October 20.

The property features a two level, four bedroom home, that has been used as the manager’s residence. It has large open plan living area off the kitchen downstairs with another formal lounge and office. attached to the home is a fully self-contained granny flat and a large double garage. 

There are also two machinery sheds, both with concrete floors.

he property features a two level, four bedroom home.

he property features a two level, four bedroom home.

The quantity and quality of the water here is just magnificent. There are 10 45,000 litre and two 100,000 Litre tanks which have been used to store the water from nine bores and one well. More than a million litres of crystal clear, potable water is produced each day. 

The majority of the property is trellised and is hail netted.

“Sunset Farm is an outstanding parcel of land with rich volcanic soils, soft potable water and an array of uses for the new owner,” Mr Quinn said.

“This disposal represents an opportunity for all buyers at all levels to inspect. The owner has moved on and this may just be the bargain buy of the year in the Gold Coast hinterland’s prime tourist area of Mount Tamborine.”

Contact Peter Douglas, 0407 172 101, or Barry Quinn, 0409 828 342, Ray White Rural, Brisbane.

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