SNEAK PEEK: Five $1m-plus Burnett homes with country views
SOME homes have it all: elegance, theatre rooms, country views and a million-dollar price tag.
Check out these South Burnett dream homes which offer plenty of space to not only live, but also grow crops or keep cattle.
1. River Rd, Kingaroy
THIS $1.5 million dollar home is superb in both style and execution and is unparalleled in Kingaroy.
It is complete with a free-standing quartz bath, a basin and a walk-in dressing room in the master suite.
The five-bedroom home at 904 River Rd is set on a 47ha (117 acre) block to allow freedom from the distractions of living in town and to provide space to keep a few head of cattle.
The house is designed to feature individual zones for different usage, such as a separate two-tiered theatre room with a starlight ceiling, 106-inch screen and a projector.
Realtors say the house has a simple elegance and its soaring voids and oversized rooms give the home a sense of comfort throughout.
For more information about the property at 904 River Rd, Kingaroy contact Helene on 0428 321 621.
2. Ulampa Creek Rd, Blackbutt
CURRENT owners will only take offers over $1 million for this red ironbark chalet, and it would be worth it for the view alone.
The home is only fitted with one bedroom and bathroom, but it has wide verandas on three sides where you can overlook the property of more than 80ha (200 acres).
It has a cathedral ceiling, open-plan kitchen and living area and a bedroom loft.
There is a farm shed, loading ramp, a huge lake stocked with perch and improved pastures.
The property also welcomes frequent visits from deer, wallabies, swans and ducks near Cooyar Creek at the back of the property.
For more information about the property on 2 Ulampa Creek Rd, Blackbutt, contact Judy on 0427 416 305.
3. Marshlands, Wondai
SET on 487ha (1204 acres), this property offers its new owner a broad range of farming opportunities.
The $4.4 million property boasts three freehold titles and 13ha (33 acres) of a leasehold water reserve.
The Marshlands Homestead, circa 1909, was designed by acclaimed architect Robin Dods, and overlooks the storage dam and farming areas.
A three-bedroom western red cedar clad cottage on the property would be perfect for a manager's accommodation.
The property has quality black alluvial soils, red clay loams plus grey forest soils for sheltered grazing.
All irrigation infrastructure has been replaced in the last two years and there is new reticulated stock water system and fencing into 17 grazing areas.
The new state-of the art steel stockyards are ready to take on a capacity of 500 head.
For more information about Marshlands on Hivesville Windera Rd, Wondai, contact Glen on 0429 658 161.
4. Stonelands Rd, Hivesville
THIS $2.35 million large Barambah Creek irrigation property has heaps of development potential.
It has been a proven peanut-producing property, but would also suit intensive livestock grazing on its 427ha (1056 acres) of land.
The property is predominantly red loam cultivation, perfect for growing peanuts and fodder crops.
A three-bedroom lowset house has been recently renovated inside, and there is a second old cottage onsite.
The property has 2km of Barambah Creek frontage, steel and cable stockyards with a vet crush and loading ramp, and a balance of grazing, currently running 100 breeders.
For more information about the property on 1068 Stonelands Rd, Hivesville, contact Ian on 0458 767 788.
5. Kimberley Park, Kingaroy
LOCATED on the edge of Kingaroy, Kimberley Park is an opportunity for a grazier wanting to downsize, a developer, or astute investor for land banking.
The $1.3 million property is now used for grazing sheep and cattle in the 11 paddocks and laneway system, as well as steel sheep and cattle yards.
The 32ha (80 acres) property has a four-bedroom homestead surrounded by two acres of landscaped gardens.
The home is equipped with a modern kitchen, granite benches and a walk-in pantry.
For more information about the property on 70 West St, Kingaroy, contact David on 0428 299 310.