Rural Sold at
624 Cryna Road, Cryna, QLD

5 4 4

SOLD

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"Beauview" One of the Scenic Rim's Finest

28.2ha 69.65ac

One of the most prestigious country homes in the Scenic Rim.
Architecturally designed by internationally acclaimed Geoffrey Pie.

Situated in the heart of the Scenic Rim, the quiet Cyrna Valley, just 8km from Beaudesert or 1 hour from Brisbane and the Gold Coast.

Beauview was designed and constructed in 1999 under the watchful eye of acclaimed architect Geoffrey Pie. It consists of approximately 850sqm under roof (94sqrs), central garden area with lap pool and wader, internal and external decks, open plan living.

There are 4 bedrooms, master with walk-in robe and ensuite, 2nd & 3rd bedrooms share an ensuite, 4th bedroom with built-ins. Main living area with Travertine tiles (made from material from heated rock pools), 3m ceilings, large areas of glass allowing the occupants to admire the view from all areas of the house.

The formal approach to the house is an inviting one via a pergola covered walk way.

Plus attached fully contained 1 bedroom unit, has its own courtyard, internal and external entry.

Other features of the home include, office, sunroom, gym (5th bedroom) with sauna, 2 fireplaces, ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning, in-floor heating, ducted vacuum-maid system, sound system, stainless steel cooking appliances, walk-in pantry, 5th toilet and powder room, all this set amongst over an acre of low maintenance established landscaped gardens.

The property consists of approximately 70ac of mostly improved pastures. Soils range from quality alluvial flats through to rolling basalt hills. At the rear of the property is The Lookout, exposing magnificent views across valley and beyond to mountain ranges.

The property is currently setup for horses, but could be used for a variety of purposes. Subdivided into 15 paddocks, half are post and rail, the rest cap rail with netting. All paddocks have water troughs.

Water is supplied from 3 bores and a lagoon. For irrigation there is a multistage pump, suppling water to irrigation hydrants via underground mains. There is approximately 120,000lt of rainwater storage.

Grundfos electric multi stage pump 20 hp delivering 36000 litres/hr through PVC u/g mains to 5 hydrants.
Bore 1 4hp rated at 18,000 l/hr.
Bore 2 3hp rated at 13,600 l/h.
Bore 3 3hp rated at 4,500 l/h (estimated)

Capable of generating the following income.

Stocking rate...horse spelling and agistment; 36 horses with standard supplementary feeding.
36 horses could generate income in excess of $250,000 per year
This is based on gross income at FULL but sensible stocking rate over 12 months.

Should the purchaser so desire, the vendor would lease back some or all of the paddocks to complement their adjacent business.

A sizeable income with minimal input ideal for retiree or someone wanting to work from home.

Beaudesert is regarded as an area on the move. Boasting 2 high schools and numerous primary schools, both public and private. A modern hospital, low and high care homes, parks, sporting clubs, professional services, multitude of shops, government's office.

624 Cryna RoadCryna QLD 4285 AUS
-28.047732 152.996756

Agent Reviews

Ken Lehane- Toowoomba

To whom it may concern I first met Andrew Thomson as a member of the Ray White Beaudesert team in 2006 when our property was listed for sale. His friendly, confident and professional approach to my wife and I, and to the genuine buyers he presented so soon after listing impressed us greatly. His experience in the Pastoral Industry was obvious and we agreed with his assessment of the value of our property. I have no hesitation in recommending Andrew to any employer. He would be an asset to any business and I wish him well in his endeavours. Ken Lehane

John Clothier- Beaudesert

TO whom it may concern. We recently purchased a property in the Beaudesert district through Andrew Thomson. We originally targeted the district through the Ray White network where we were to meet Andrew. The refreshing thing we found was that Andrew was happy to try and sell us what we wanted rather than try and drive us into something he had on his books, his wait was worthwhile and so was ours. Having purchased and sold several properties in recent years we would be happy to recommend Andrew Thomson because of his straight up and down nature, no B.S., his attention to detail and more importantly his accurate valuations. He compliments the Ray White network to the highest degree. Regards John Clothier

Mark Larkham- Gold Coast

"The fundamental difference between dealing with Andrew Thomson at Ray White Rural and many other agents, is Andrew was actually interested in listening to what we were seeking in a property, and helping us find it, in our timeframe and within our budget. It was this no pressure approach that made communication and interaction with Andrew on potential properties a pleasure, not a burden". "When it came time to view potential properties, Andrew Thomson arrived on time and informed, and gave us the time on site that we needed to satisfy our interest, without shoving it

Terry Hamill- Brisbane

10 December 2007 To Whom it May Concern We have recently purchased a property via Andrew Thomson of Ray White Beaudesert. We were totally satisfied with his professional, courteous service during protracted negotiations. We will not hesitate to use his services in the future and will recommend him to our friends and acquaintances. Yours sincerely Terry Hamill Director

Janette Bladin- Canungra

December 13, 2007 Andrew ThomsonRay White Real Estate Beaudesert(Via email) Dear Andrew: As handover day draws near on December 20, I just wanted to write and say a sincere 'Thank you' for all the hard work and man hours you put into selling our property 'Tamborine House.' I certainly appreciate your effort given the complexity of the sale. You had to deal with marketing a going concern winery business in addition to a rural property, which no doubt added to the degree of difficulty in finding the right buyer and negotiating the sale. Your unsurpassed knowledge of rural property (especially in the Beau