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Moorelands, Charters Towers

‘Burdekin River Frontage’ Sellheim

$600,000 WIWO

ID #9029

Property Description

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

Henry Slaney

  • T: 07 4787 1811
  • M: 0429 872 985
  • AH: 07 4787 2985

“Moorelands is the property we all talk about buying.” With 1000 metres of Burdekin River frontage and only 20 km’s from Charters Towers, Moorelands screams location. This is an opportunity that shouldn’t be overlooked, offering exciting possibilities to develop into farming, grazing or relaxed lifestyle living.

Area & Tenure: 64.51 ha or 159.4 acres  Freehold

Location: Situated 20 km east of Charters Towers just off the Flinders Highway on Moorelands road via Sellheim. 

Services: Moorelands is serviced by the local town of Charters Towers. Charters Towers a quiet yet vibrant community with approximately 9000 people. With a diverse economy of goldmining, beef cattle production, farming and industrial work. Charters Towers offers both primary and secondary schooling with 5 primary schools and 4 secondary schools. Moorelands is also approximately 100klms from Townsville a major north Queensland city. Townsville has a major hospital, University, Army base, Meat works and many major manufacturing industries. Moorelands also has access to a school bus running from Mingela to Charters Towers every Monday to Friday, before and after school. This bus goes straight past Sellheim, just a 4 km’s from Moorelands house. 

Homestead: Moorelands has an older style two-bedroom fibro house. The house has a basic kitchen, pantry and enclosed veranda. A downstairs laundry, toilet and shower. Outside there is a garage, garden shed, two water tanks and a lovely mango tree on one side.

Country: Moorelands is situated on the beautiful Burdekin River just downstream from the iconic Burdekin bridge and enjoys a 1km of esplanade frontage along the river. It is blessed with excellent soil types consisting of rich alluvial loam with some scattered black soil pockets throughout. The property is lightly timbered with Iron Bark, Bloodwood, Bauhinia and Morton Bay gum. The pasture consists of mainly Buffel grass as well as Urachola, Couch grass and legumes such as Townsville Stylo and Verano. It has a seasonal water way which runs through the bottom half of the property, eventually ending in the south-eastern corner accompanied by a dam in the middle of the property. Moorelands is surrounded by 330 ha of crown land on all three sides of the property. These pieces of land could possibly be leased from the local council for the use of grazing stock. (Please check with the local council to verify T&C’s and availability).

Woody Weeds: Moorelands currently has woody weeds throughout such as Chinee apple, Bellyache, Rubber vine and Mimosa.

Improvements: 

Moorelands is not presently being used for anything. It was however used for cattle grazing in previous years. It has a tidy set of portable panel cattle yards which can be used for drafting and loading cattle. Moorelands has barbed wire fences surrounding the property that are not in stock proof condition, a small portable panel trap yard, a good 4 bay big shed approximately 10 x 30 metres, 7 poly water tanks and a cement cattle trough.

Plant & Equipment: Moorelands has a vast range of plant and equipment please contact agent for further details.

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 or guarantees and prospective purchasers must rely on their own enquiries & research.

 

                        © Copyright Slaney & Co

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Moorelands is the property we all talk about buying.” With 1000 metres of Burdekin River frontage and only 20 km’s from Charters Towers, Moorelands screams location. This is an opportunity that shouldn’t be overlooked, offering exciting possibilities to develop into farming, grazing or relaxed lifestyle living.

Area & Tenure: 64.51 ha or 159.4 acres  Freehold

Location: Situated 20 km east of Charters Towers just off the Flinders Highway on Moorelands road via Sellheim. 

Services: Moorelands is serviced by the local town of Charters Towers. Charters Towers a quiet yet vibrant community with approximately 9000 people. With a diverse economy of goldmining, beef cattle production, farming and industrial work. Charters Towers offers both primary and secondary schooling with 5 primary schools and 4 secondary schools. Moorelands is also approximately 100klms from Townsville a major north Queensland city. Townsville has a major hospital, University, Army base, Meat works and many major manufacturing industries. Moorelands also has access to a school bus running from Mingela to Charters Towers every Monday to Friday, before and after school. This bus goes straight past Sellheim, just a 4 km’s from Moorelands house. 

Homestead: Moorelands has an older style two-bedroom fibro house. The house has a basic kitchen, pantry and enclosed veranda. A downstairs laundry, toilet and shower. Outside there is a garage, garden shed, two water tanks and a lovely mango tree on one side.

Country: Moorelands is situated on the beautiful Burdekin River just downstream from the iconic Burdekin bridge and enjoys a 1km of esplanade frontage along the river. It is blessed with excellent soil types consisting of rich alluvial loam with some scattered black soil pockets throughout. The property is lightly timbered with Iron Bark, Bloodwood, Bauhinia and Morton Bay gum. The pasture consists of mainly Buffel grass as well as Urachola, Couch grass and legumes such as Townsville Stylo and Verano. It has a seasonal water way which runs through the bottom half of the property, eventually ending in the south-eastern corner accompanied by a dam in the middle of the property. Moorelands is surrounded by 330 ha of crown land on all three sides of the property. These pieces of land could possibly be leased from the local council for the use of grazing stock. (Please check with the local council to verify T&C’s and availability).

Woody Weeds: Moorelands currently has woody weeds throughout such as Chinee apple, Bellyache, Rubber vine and Mimosa.

Improvements: 

Moorelands is not presently being used for anything. It was however used for cattle grazing in previous years. It has a tidy set of portable panel cattle yards which can be used for drafting and loading cattle. Moorelands has barbed wire fences surrounding the property that are not in stock proof condition, a small portable panel trap yard, a good 4 bay big shed approximately 10 x 30 metres, 7 poly water tanks and a cement cattle trough.

Plant & Equipment: Moorelands has a vast range of plant and equipment please contact agent for further details.

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 or guarantees and prospective purchasers must rely on their own enquiries & research.

 

                        © Copyright Slaney & Co

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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