Country serenity with some handy beef income on the side.
That's what awaits the new owner of Silverdale 132 hectares (328 acres) at Biloela, just eight kilometres from Jambin.
Although this country is prime bullock fattening country the owners have enjoyed breeding weaners for the local store market.
They have consistently carried about 40 and up to 50 breeders on the place, including some replacement heifers.
The home was only built in 2008 and is designed for country living.
This brigalow scrub block will be sold at public auction at the Biloela Hotel on Wednesday, November 24 at 11am.
For the farm, there are dams located on good catchments with tanks and troughs throughout.
It has an enclosed steel shed with shower, toilet and power.
There is sealed road access to the property. Single phase electricity, telephone, mobile phone coverage and NBN wireless is available.
Originally timbered with brigalow, belah and bauhinia scrub, the property is a rectangular shape and basically flat and is sliced into four main paddocks with fencing in good condition.
The lowset three-bedroom residence is built on a concrete slab with a steel frame and Weathertex exterior and is designed for the central Queensland climate.
It is insulated and air conditioned with wide front and side verandahs which add to the comfort of the home while a carport is situated on one end.
It also has a saltwater above ground pool - the chlorinator was replaced in March 2021.
The cattle yards are constructed of sawn timber and ironbark posts, steel vet crush and steel load ramp.
For more information or to arrange an inspection contact Mark Simpson from Ray White Rural on 0418 792 647.