Glenba
 
Glenba
Glenba
Glenba
Glenba
Glenba
Glenba
Glenba
Glenba
Glenba
Glenba
Glenba
Glenba
Glenba
Glenba
Glenba

Glenba

Rural

AUCTION: 10th May 2017, 10:30am at the Roma Explorers Inn

“Glenba” is a very well developed piece of country positioned right on the Landsborough Highway at the junction of the Northern and Western cattle corridor. The expensive development has all been completed and the property has performed well for the current owners as both a breeding and backgrounding operation. With a neat and tidy homestead located only 16km from the township of Morven, living is made easy!!

Property ID : 14463
Status : SOLD
Sale Type : Auction
Auction Date : 10 May, 2017
Property Type : Rural
Property Name : Glenba
Property Location / State : Morven / QLD
Location Details : Situated approx 13km North West of Morven on the Augathella Road, 100km East of Charleville or 190km west of Roma. The homestead complex is only 3.5km off the Bitumen highway.
Size/Area : 6,057.46 Ha or 14,968 Acres
Tenure : Glenba is held under 2 GHPL titles: Lot 2 CP896547 & Lot 9 CP896548, GHPL 10/3223
Rates : Approx. $1,600 per half year
Rent : Approx. $1,000 per annum
Services : Next G mobile phone and internet coverage via connection to an external aerial. Rural Electricity, Phone and TV. Primary schooling, medical clinic and supermarket all available in Morven.
Improvements : Homestead: Built in 1998, the home is of brick construction comprising of 4 bedrooms (main with ensuite), office, open plan lounge/dinning/family room, large kitchen with walk in pantry and double glass door access to the cold room. The home is fully air-conditioned and has polished floors throughout. The homestead is surrounded by established lawn, shrubs and trees. Sheds: The machinery shed is approx 30m x 29m and is built with a steel frame and corrugated iron. Included in this shed is the workshop area that has a cement floor. Mains power is connected to this shed. There is also a horse stable complex that includes approx 6 horse stables, a stallion stable and a tack room. Mains power is connected to this stable complex. Cattle Yards: Located at the house are a very good set of steel cattle yards that comfortably work around 600hd. There is a curved race that leads up to a CIA Immobiliser crush that is all under cover. There is also a curved race that leads up to the branding cradle which is also under cover in a separate area to the crush. Both undercover areas are connected to mains power. There is a 5-way pound draft that is operated from outside the pound. Water is connected to the yards with 2 taps set up for mobile sprinklers as well as 1 cement water trough that waters 2 of the bigger yards. 3 big wire cooler yards are attached to the yard and the laneway that runs through the property runs right to the yard from 2 directions. There is full 3 trailer road train access to the loading ramp.
Country Type : The majority of Glenba is soft red soils with a small portion black soil country. The property has been extensively cleared and developed using a combination of blade ploughing, cutter barring, offset ploughing and stick raking. Buffel grass has been introduced and is now the most dominant grass. The Buffel grass was originally under sown with Premier Digitaria, Burgundy Bean, Creeping Blue Grass, Wynn Cassia Stylos and Legumes of Butterfly Pea. The Jamison and Angellala creek systems run through the property.
Water : Water security is a feature of Glenba with 3 equipped bores that pump into 3 turkey nests, 8 poly tanks and 1 cement tank that then distribute water to 26 troughs. 2 bores are equipped with solar pumps and 1 with an electric pump connected to mains power. This is a low labour input water system that can be managed by an absentee manager. There are also 2 USEE cameras that monitor the water levels of 1 nest and the cement tank, that can be monitored via the internet. 2 dams and seasonal water holes also assist in watering the property.
Rainfall : Approx 550mm  mm/year
Fencing : Glenba is divided into 24 main paddocks, 3 holding paddocks and a laneway the goes through the centre of the property. The fencing is a mix of 3 barb, 2 plains and 1 barb (majority) and some older plain wire fencing that needs replacing, only a small % needs replacing. The property is also part of the Morven cluster fence project which has seen the erection of a predator fence on the southern boundary of the property as well as through the western side of the property.
Carrying Capacity : The vendor suggests a carrying capacity of 1,200 LSU or adult equivalents.
Price Type : Auction
Price : $3,750,000


 
 

The details above are those supplied by the vendor although great care has been taken to compile accurate information, prospective purchasers should by inspection, or otherwise satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of the information.