Mary River cattle, cropping property up for grabs

Booth: Mary River cattle, cropping property up for grabs

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ON THE MARKET: The 55 hectare Mary River cattle and cropping property Booth will be auctioned on March 9.

ON THE MARKET: The 55 hectare Mary River cattle and cropping property Booth will be auctioned on March 9.

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The 55 hectare Mary River cattle and cropping property Booth will be auctioned on March 9.

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AN outstanding cattle and cropping property on the Mary River is up for grabs.

Booth, an ex-dairy farm with a recently renovated home and soft country, is set to be auctioned by Ray White Rural in Brisbane on March 9, unless sold prior.

Located on the Kenilworth-Skyring Creek Road at Tuchekoi, the quality lifestyle farm sits on 55 riverfront hectares (137 acres). The property is 150km from the centre of Brisbane and 35 minutes from Noosa.

Booth covers some of the most productive soils in the Mary Valley.

Booth covers some of the most productive soils in the Mary Valley.

Booth is in three freehold titles, covering some of the most productive soils in the Mary Valley. Most of the property is cleared with predominately fertile alluvial soil. There have not been any cattle grazed on the property in the past 12 months, resulting in an abundance of feed.

Booth is well watered. The Mary River runs along the entire length of back boundary and there are a number of small dams. There is also a water licence to pump from the river and irrigate 44ha using existing hydrants across the property. Power is available at the pump site.

The reliable Mary River forms the back boundary of Booth.

The reliable Mary River forms the back boundary of Booth.

The recently renovated, two storey farmhouse features four bedrooms and two bathroom. The deck takes in the morning sunshine and has great views across the entire property and the Mary Valley.

Marketing agent Jason Mattiazzi, Ray White Rural, said Booth represented an outstanding chance to live and farm on some very good country.

“Whether down by the river, riding a horse around your cows, Booth offers it all so close to all amenities,” Mr Mattiazzi said. “This is a very pretty, private and quiet farm.”

Booth is for sale now or at the auctioned by Ray White Rural in Brisbane on March 9. Inspections are by appointment.

Contact Jason Mattiazzi, 0419 650 343, or Peter Douglas, 0407 172 101, Ray White Rural Brisbane.

The story Mary River cattle, cropping property up for grabs first appeared on Queensland Country Life.

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