The Patrick heads to auction on June 7

Barcaldine's The Patrick to be auctioned on June 7


JUNE 7 AUCTION: The Barcaldine property The Patrick is on the market.

JUNE 7 AUCTION: The Barcaldine property The Patrick is on the market.

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The 16,786 hectare property The Patrick will be auctioned by Elders in Barcaldine on June 7.

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THE Allpass family’s proven and strategically located Central Western Queensland property The Patrick near Barcaldine is on the market. 

To be auctioned by Elders in Barcaldine on June 7, the 16,786 hectare (41,477 acre) mostly freehold property is described as naturally safe, strong, shaded and developed country. 

The country is predominantly level to gently sloping. There are red, pebbly red, and grey soils, as well as lightly shaded areas and open country. About 6000ha has been pulled, with 480ha blade ploughed and stick raked areas.

The Patrick is well grassed with buffel, natural grasses, seasonal herbages and edible timbers. 

The Patrick features a beautifully presented 100-plus year old homestead.

The Patrick features a beautifully presented 100-plus year old homestead.

Timbers showing the quality of the country include: gidyea, bauhinia, coolibah, river gum, beef wood, white wood, iron wood, vine tree, sandalwood, dead finish, leopard wood, blood wood, and box.

The property is partially exclusion fenced and has 10 paddocks plus holding paddocks. Water is supplied by three flowing bores which is piped to tanks and troughs. 

The Patrick features a beautifully presented 100-plus year old homestead set in well maintained gardens with a tennis court. The Allpass family ownership dates back some 80 years. 

The Patrick is well grassed with buffel, natural grasses, seasonal herbages and edible timbers.

Other improvements include a machinery shed, vehicle shed and workshop, two sets of steel cattle yards, a six stand shearing shed and sheep yards. 

Marketing agent Tim Salter, Elders Longreach, said The Patrick has historically been a sheep and cattle property, but in recent years had exclusively run cattle. 

“The Patrick is ideally suited to growing and fattening or trading, and offers excellent access to markets,” Mr Salter said. 

CLICK HERE to view The Patrick on Domainrural.com.au

Contact Tim Salter, 0429 649 693, Elders.

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