Offers sought on stunning Beaudesert property

Offers sought on Beaudesert horse, cattle property


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RAY WHITE RURAL: Offers are being sought on the stunning Beaudesert horse and cattle property Le Cheval.

RAY WHITE RURAL: Offers are being sought on the stunning Beaudesert horse and cattle property Le Cheval.

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Offers are being sought on the stunning Beaudesert horse and cattle property Le Cheval.

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OFFERS are being sought on the stunning Beaudesert horse and cattle property Le Cheval, which was passed in for $2 million at a Ray White Rural auction on May 31.

Located at Tamrookum Creek, about 25 minutes from Beaudesert, the 225 hectare (557 acre) property features three bores, 13 dams and about 800m of creek frontage.

Le Cheval has rail steel horse fencing. There is a 10 bay stable complex with workshop, accommodation, float storage, store room and four large day yards. The vet room has high care and foaling yards located nearby.

There are also eight stallion yards with shelters. A laneway runs between each paddock for separation.

Le Cheval is located at Tamrookum Creek, about 25 minutes from Beaudesert.

Le Cheval is located at Tamrookum Creek, about 25 minutes from Beaudesert.

There are are multiple spelling paddocks, each with horse shelters, and cattle yards, with a covered race, cradle and crush.

Other improvements include a hay/machinery shed and silo.

A three bedroom, two bathroom lowset brick home overlooks the horse infrastructure.

Le Cheval has rail steel horse fencing.

Le Cheval has rail steel horse fencing.

There are also two demountable quarters on the property.

Contact Jez McNamara, 0427 270 280, or Andrew Goodall, 0412 093 551, Ray White Rural.

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