Two Dalby district property auctions on March 30

Glenmore situated on the Jimbour Plains, along with the Dalby district property Warrina head to auction.

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Dalby district country heads to market.

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Elders rural property agent Mick Cuskelly has two quality properties heading for auction at the BMO Business Centre, Dalby on March 30.

Mr Cuskelly has just listed the Macalister district grain farm Glenmore situated on the Jimbour Plains, along with the Dalby district property Warrina.

Glenmore is for sale after 65 years of ownership by the Wegener family.

The 302 hectare property is located just one kilometre from Macalister, 16 km from Jimbour and 26 km from Dalby.

"The Jimbour Plains have always been held in very high regard by grain farmers and Glenmore is made up of all flat arable country and has a four-bedroom timber home, machinery shed, approximately 360 tonnes of grain storage, and a bore," Mr Cuskelly said.

"The upcoming auction of Glenmore gives prospective buyers a rare opportunity to invest in the top class farming country on the renowned Jimbour Plains."

Homestead improvements include a verandah along two sides, kitchen/dining, TV room, living room, office, bathroom, enclosed carport plus downstairs laundry, toilet and shower. There is a fully enclosed machinery shed with power connected, a storage shed, a chemical shed, and approximately 360 tonnes of grain silo storage.

Glenmore enjoys an all-weather bitumen road frontage, mobile phone coverage, rural power, a school bus and a mail service.

Footnote: All pictures are of Glenmore at Macalister.

Warrina

The second property to be offered is the 113 hectare lifestyle grazing property Warrina, to be offered on behalf of the late Clarrie Patch.

Warrina is positioned just off the Bunya Highway, 17km from Dalby, 25 km from Bell, and enjoys rural power, plus mobile phone services.

The country consists of about 73ha of rich belah/wilga scrub soil that was cultivation and now grows an excellent stand of bambatsi, purple pigeon, buffel grass and medics. The balance is timbered coolibah and soft wood scrub growing green panic and buffel. It is subdivided into eight main paddocks plus laneways. and mostly fenced with steel posts and 4-barb wire.

Water infrastructure includes one bore equipped with windmill pumps to 2 x 5000 gallon poly tanks, one stock dam equipped with fire fighter pumps to a 5000 gallon concrete tank, and an electric pump delivering to a 20,000 gallon concrete tank. Warrina has timber and steel cattle yards with crush and and loading ramp.

"The property is a unique hidden haven of improved pasture on soft scrub country along with a brick home and a large shed," Mr Cuskelly said. Contact Elders Rural Services, Dalby, Mick Cuskelly 0427 583 318.

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