THE attractive Biloela property Brae View is generating plenty of interest in the run up to its auction on May 2.
Located 13km from Biloela on Semples Road, the property covers 238 hectares (587 acres) in two freehold portions.
The brigalow, belah, bauhinia and softwood basalt scrub country has been cleared and developed to improved pastures including buffel with green panic on the elevated country.
A large percentage of the country is frost free.
The front area adjacent to the homestead has previously been cultivated and is contoured and is described as ideal for cropping or establishment of leucaena.
The main residence is a modern home constructed of concrete block with external clay brick and plasterboard internal cladding. The home features nine foot ceilings, four bedrooms and two bathrooms with an ensuite to the master bedroom. The large open plan kitchen and dining room flow onto the covered entertainment area.
Adjoining the kitchen is a separate formal lounge or media room and dining. An additional room is used as the office but would also suit as a fifth bedroom for guest accommodation. Other features include an internal garage and wrap around verandahs.
The original weatherboard residence has two bedrooms and sleepouts. This home is currently tenanted.
There is a 12x6m workshop and machinery shed, a 20x13m truck and machinery shed with a high clearance centre drive through bay.
There are timber and steel cattle yards with a vet crush, and about 35 portable steel panels.
Water is supplied from a licenced bore located on Grevillea Creek with an electric submersible pump supplies the property, 2 large dams.
Brae View will be auctioned in Biloela on May 2.
Contact Mark Simpson, 0418 792 647, Ray White Rural Biloela, or Baden Lowrie, 0427 172 158, Elders.