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Off and running: Kilto Park on the market

FOR SALE: Neville and Mary Bell's highly prized Kilto Park is being sold through and expression of interest process.

FOR SALE: Neville and Mary Bell's highly prized Kilto Park is being sold through and expression of interest process.

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Neville and Mary Bell's highly prized Kilto Park is being sold through and expression of interest process.

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KILTO Park is an equine passion and lifestyle that has been carefully planned and constructed to the highest of standards of safety and relaxation of horses and humans alike.

This is an outstanding opportunity to buy an equine lifestyle with the added benefits of location to some of Australians prime horse events and races, while being only 10 minutes from the beach. The lifestyle is benefitted from one of Australia’s best climate zones with the sea breezes flowing across the property in the afternoons.

At the moment utilised for agistment, pre-training and breeding, Kilto Park is fully managed allowing the owners to travel extensively for long periods.

The value of Kilto Park is also underpinned by being in the heart of the Brisbane-Sunshine Coast growth corridor.

Ray White Rural's promotional video for Kilto Park.

The 73 hectare (180 acre) property is fertile rolling country surrounded predominately by the state forestry. There are 5ha of naturally filled spring water lakes combine with massive figs, white gums, jacarandas and Norfolk pines to produce a peaceful environment.

Horse facilities are outstanding with the entire property developed to offer all that is wanted in equine breeding and spelling, training and relaxing. The tempered cooling sea breezes ensure comfortable, enjoyable environment in a very private location.

There are 100, 2000sq m single horse agistment paddocks with individual weather shelters and recessed water troughs. The improved pastures are renovated and fertilised regularly and provide not only pasture but a soft backdrop for the property. Many of the post and rail fences are lined with hedges.

Marketing agent Jason Mattiazzi, Ray White Rural, with Neville and Mary Bell and the 1999 Caulfield Cup won by Sky Heights.

Marketing agent Jason Mattiazzi, Ray White Rural, with Neville and Mary Bell and the 1999 Caulfield Cup won by Sky Heights.

Regular rainfall together with huge spring fed lakes make Kilto Park virtually drought proof. Underground mains deliver water to a central header tank that reticulates to all parts of the property.

There is a horse pool with concrete ramps that is used for horse aqua training. Beachmere beach is horse approved and Kilto Park horses are well known for using. The adjoining forestry country allows for long endurance rides or simple wander along with friends

The new M1 interchange provides simple access to the Bruce highway.  From here Brisbane or the Sunshine Coast is an easy 30 minute drive.

The homestead is set among gardens in the centre of the property. Spread over two levels the home features five bedrooms, formal and informal lounges, dining areas both inside and out, offices and relaxation areas. The home is some 20 years old and in original condition. The outlook centres over the large lake with pelicans and swans adding to the vistas in the afternoon from the outside decks.

The manager’s accommodation and offices are adjacent to the foaling yards ensuring that the horse operations are overseen at all times. There are horse scales, tack room, rug room, feed room, and a shed set out for a fodder farm with the ability to produce barley sprouts as required.

The breeding stable complex incorporates five double sized brood mare boxes, three stallion paddocks, wash bays, vet room, mare crushes  There is staff accommodation at the stables to enable the best care at all times day and night.

Farm machinery is also available for sale. 

The property is being offered via an expression of interest campaign closing on December 14 .

Contact Peter Douglas, 0407 172 101, or Jason Mattiazzi, 0419 650 343, Ray White Rural.

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