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Aubigny property has grain income stream

Oustation’s grain storage complex includes four 100 tonne and five 72 tonne capacity silos that are currently leased to a major corporation. OFFERS or more than$850,000 are being sought forOutstation, a 24-hectare (60 acre) property at Aubigny near Oakey..

Marketing agent Myles Cosgrove, Ray White Rural, saidOutstation was anincome generating property with a beautifully restored four bedroom, two bathroom Queenslander.

“The 1880s propertyhasviews that includeToowoomba’scity lights at night,” Mr Cosgrove said.

“The homestead has been fully and beautifully restored after being moved onto the block from a once large grazing property in Cecil Plains, with many period features including wide front veranda, high ceilings, VJwalls and hoop pine flooring.

“The homeis perfectly designed for its beautiful rural setting and offers a lifetime of enjoyment.”

Mr Cosgrove said the block was idealfor a relaxed lifestyle but also boastedincome, involving silo storage which was currently leased to major corporation.

The grain storage complex includes nine silos.

“There is very good fencing on all sides, house and shed area separately fenced for children and pets,”Mr Cosgrove said. “There is also good natural andimproved pastures with established trees, rain water storage and a threephase electric submersible bore.”

Contact Myles Cosgrove, 0419 271 247, orMichael Tomlinson, 0428 545 396, Ray White Rural.

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