Slaney & Co.

PH: 07 4787 1811

Property & Livestock Agents, Charters Towers

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Billroy Park, Broughton

105 acres with house Alford road Broughton

$520000 negotiable

ID #98290

Land Size

42.68 hectares

Property Description

Interested in this listing or have any questions? Please contact using info below:

Tom Slaney

  • T: 07 4787 1811
  • M: 0439 462 080

Location:

111 Alford Road is approximately 10 km’s out of Charters Towers. About 10 minutes’ drive by car.

Services:

Situated about 8km from Charters Towers the property accesses all the services of a regional town with a population of approximately 9000 people. Schooling, both primary and secondary, are a feature of the Charters Towers community with the town boasting three Private Schools, the State High School and three State Primary Schools. Charters Towers is an historic city established in the gold rush of the 1880’s and still services the large Gold Mining and Grazing Industries of the Dalrymple Shire. For cattleman, the weekly liveweight selling centre in Charters Towers, Live Export ex Townsville (110klm) and Townsville meatworks are all major attractions for this location. Townsville is a vibrant city of approximately people 200,000 with diverse industry and opportunity for employment, business, and higher education.

Area & Tenure-

Freehold Land – 42.68 Ha or (105.46 acres)

Zoning – Rural and Rural Activity

House:

The house on 111 Alford Road is a well-built, low-set, masonry block home which is partly slab on ground and partly timber floorboards on stumps. It has large verandas on three sides, keeping it cool and shaded. It has a nice, neat kitchen with an electric stove and a comfortable lounge and dining room. It also has a tiled shower and toilet.

  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bath & Toilet
  • Verandas on three sides
  • Airconditioned Bedrooms
  • Doors opening out to veranda throughout the house.
  • Older Garage shed & Garden Shed
  • Shade trees

Country:

Billroy Park is fair quality goldfields country. It is a mixture of decomposing granite soils, red clays and rich chocolate black soils. It grows various grasses and legumes such as Urachola, Buffel, Black spear, White spear, Red natal grass, Seca stylo and Verano stylo. The block is mostly flat with some slightly undulating ridges and gullies. The trees on Billroy Park consist of Iron Bark, Bloodwood, Native gums, black tea tree and other native scrubs. This country is estimated to carry around 1 head to 20 acres, on normal, standard seasons.             

 Water & Power: 

Billroy Park is connected to 240 Volt mains power line. It is a three-phase power line running right up to the house.

The house relies on a bore located on the northern side of the property. It is pumped using a firefighter pump up to the house into a concrete tank which is connected to a pressure pump at the house (Unsure if the pump at the bore currently works).

Also, there is two small dams on the property which provide water for stock. 

Fencing:

Majority of the fencing is of three to four barb construction and is in good condition.

Billroy Park is fenced into two main paddocks one is around 30 acres and the other is around 70 acres.

Disclaimer: The above report has been prepared by Slaney & Co based on information supplied by the property owner and other credible sources. Every endeavour has been made to verify its accuracy. Whilst we trust the information to be correct, we make no warranties nor guarantees, and prospective purchasers must rely on their own enquiries & research. © Copyright Slaney & Co

 

Location:

111 Alford Road is approximately 10 km’s out of Charters Towers. About 10 minutes’ drive by car.

Services:

Situated about 8km from Charters Towers the property accesses all the services of a regional town with a population of approximately 9000 people. Schooling, both primary and secondary, are a feature of the Charters Towers community with the town boasting three Private Schools, the State High School and three State Primary Schools. Charters Towers is an historic city established in the gold rush of the 1880’s and still services the large Gold Mining and Grazing Industries of the Dalrymple Shire. For cattleman, the weekly liveweight selling centre in Charters Towers, Live Export ex Townsville (110klm) and Townsville meatworks are all major attractions for this location. Townsville is a vibrant city of approximately people 200,000 with diverse industry and opportunity for employment, business, and higher education.

Area & Tenure-

Freehold Land – 42.68 Ha or (105.46 acres)

Zoning – Rural and Rural Activity

House:

The house on 111 Alford Road is a well-built, low-set, masonry block home which is partly slab on ground and partly timber floorboards on stumps. It has large verandas on three sides, keeping it cool and shaded. It has a nice, neat kitchen with an electric stove and a comfortable lounge and dining room. It also has a tiled shower and toilet.

  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bath & Toilet
  • Verandas on three sides
  • Airconditioned Bedrooms
  • Doors opening out to veranda throughout the house.
  • Older Garage shed & Garden Shed
  • Shade trees

Country:

Billroy Park is fair quality goldfields country. It is a mixture of decomposing granite soils, red clays and rich chocolate black soils. It grows various grasses and legumes such as Urachola, Buffel, Black spear, White spear, Red natal grass, Seca stylo and Verano stylo. The block is mostly flat with some slightly undulating ridges and gullies. The trees on Billroy Park consist of Iron Bark, Bloodwood, Native gums, black tea tree and other native scrubs. This country is estimated to carry around 1 head to 20 acres, on normal, standard seasons.             

 Water & Power: 

Billroy Park is connected to 240 Volt mains power line. It is a three-phase power line running right up to the house.

The house relies on a bore located on the northern side of the property. It is pumped using a firefighter pump up to the house into a concrete tank which is connected to a pressure pump at the house (Unsure if the pump at the bore currently works).

Also, there is two small dams on the property which provide water for stock. 

Fencing:

Majority of the fencing is of three to four barb construction and is in good condition.

Billroy Park is fenced into two main paddocks one is around 30 acres and the other is around 70 acres.

Disclaimer: The above report has been prepared by Slaney & Co based on information supplied by the property owner and other credible sources. Every endeavour has been made to verify its accuracy. Whilst we trust the information to be correct, we make no warranties nor guarantees, and prospective purchasers must rely on their own enquiries & research. © Copyright Slaney & Co

 

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