St Clare sold at auction

Dalby's St Clare sold at auction

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SOLD: Roger Lyne, Ray White Rural, buyers Lyn and Bruce Garvie, vendor Kevin Turner, and Andrew Kirtley, Ray White Rural.

SOLD: Roger Lyne, Ray White Rural, buyers Lyn and Bruce Garvie, vendor Kevin Turner, and Andrew Kirtley, Ray White Rural.

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The Dalby property St Clare has sold at a Ray White Rural auction for $2.2 million.

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DALBY grain and grazing property St Clare has sold at auction for $2.2 million at a Ray White Rural on Friday.

Offered by Kevin and Treva Turner, the buyers were Bruce and Lyn Garvie, originally from Roma.

The sale price is equal to about $4280/hectare ($1732/acre.)

Located 18km south of Dalby, the property covers 514 hectared (1270 acres) and is in 13 freehold portions and one leasehold title. 

St Clare has 182 hectares of zero till fallow dryland country.

St Clare has 182 hectares of zero till fallow dryland country.

The country consists of self-mulching alluvial plain soil running onto Condamine River blue gum/river red gum flats.

There is 182ha of zero till fallow dryland country and a further 20ha of cultivation available.

Water is sourced from a bore and two earth dams.

Water is sourced from a bore and two earth dams.

Improvements include a machinery shed and a 100 tonne silo. There are also equipped cattle yards. 

St Clare is described as having quality soils for grain or cotton production with the versatility of Condamine River grazing country. 

The marketing of St Clare was handled by Roger Lyne and Andrew Kirtley from Ray White Rural Dalby.

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