Redcliff listed at $12 million

Middlemount: Redcliff listed at $12m

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ON THE MARKET: The Middlemount property Redcliff has been listed for $12 million.

ON THE MARKET: The Middlemount property Redcliff has been listed for $12 million.

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Michael and June Hood’s Middlemount property Redcliff has been listed at $12 million.

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MICHAEL and June Hood’s property Middlemount property Redcliff has been listed at $12 million.

The sale price comes after the property was passed in for $10.2m at a Hourn & Bishop Qld auction in Rockhampton on Thursday.

Redcliff covers 6917 hectares (17,091 acres) and has been owned by the Hood Family since 1972. In 1980, Michael and June Hood bought Redcliff outright from the Hood family.

Redcliff has 11 paddocks and a centrally located set of steel cattle yards.

Redcliff has 11 paddocks and a centrally located set of steel cattle yards.

Redcliff is located 23km south east of Middlemount. The property is predominately brigalow and associated scrub country that has been developed with buffel, green panic, Rhodes grass and areas of butterfly pea. The balance is tableland forest county with mainly spear grass, kangaroo grass with areas of buffel and seca stylo.

Water is supplied from 10 dams, eight of which are equipped with turkey nests and troughs.

There are 11 paddocks serviced by a centrally located set of steel cattle yards with a double decker loading ramp. 

Redcliff also has all weather access to the Fitzroy Development Road. 

Redcliff's three bedroom, three bathroom home is surrounded by picturesque gardens.

Redcliff's three bedroom, three bathroom home is surrounded by picturesque gardens.

The main homestead is a spacious three bedroom, three bathroom home surrounded by picturesque gardens. There is a second high set three bedroom home, two large machinery sheds, a hay shed, and a 1000m airstrip with a 600m cross strip and a hangar.

Contact Brad Passfield, 0459 160 791, or Gary Bishop, 0439 982 588, Hourn & Bishop Qld.

The story Redcliff listed at $12 million first appeared on Queensland Country Life.

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