Gruidae sold under the hammer

Mitchell’s Gruidae sold for $790,000

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RAY WHITE RURAL: The 395 hectare Mitchell property Gruidae sold for $790,000 at an auction in Roma.

RAY WHITE RURAL: The 395 hectare Mitchell property Gruidae sold for $790,000 at an auction in Roma.

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The 395 hectare Mitchell property Gruidae sold for $790,000 at a Ray White Rural auction in Roma.

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PETA Adams’ Mitchell property Gruidae has sold well above its reserve for $790,000 at a Ray White Rural auction in Roma today.

Located 12km west of Mitchell on the Warrego Highway, the 395 hectare (976 acre) property sold to a local grazier. About 40 people attended the auction which started at $300,000. Eight parties registered to bid, with six parties active. 

The sale price is equivalent to about $2000/ha ($809/acre).

The elevation of Gruidae is said to protect it from most frosts.

The elevation of Gruidae is said to protect it from most frosts.

Gruidae has both buffel and natural grass pastures. The country consists of undulating red loam to self-mulching heavy black soil country timbered with bottle tree, kurrajong, brigalow, wilga and areas of box and sandalwood regrowth. There are scattered trees across the property, which is about 95 per cent white on the vegetation map. 

The property has seven paddocks. Water is supplied by three dams and a share bore. Improvements include a The seven bedroom homestead and a set of cattle yards.

The marketing of Gruidae was handled by Rob Wildermuth, Ray White Rural, Roma.

The story Gruidae sold under the hammer first appeared on Queensland Country Life.

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