THE prestige Samford Valley property Vera has sold.
Featuring a stunning 516m2 traditionally built homestead, the 16 hectare (40 acre) property is former dairy country in a pretty and peaceful location.
The property has stunning views of the Samford Valley and the nearby D’Aguilar Range National Park.
The Vera homestead is noted for its attractive roofline and attention to detail throughout the building. The homestead’s ‘great room’ has vaulted, pressed metal ceilings.
The property also has a circa 1920s restored three bedroom cottage.
Other features of the property are a 100 year old fig tree and more than 1km of double frontage to spring fed creek.
Offered by Julie and Michael Stevens, Vera was sold by negotiation after it was put to auction in September. Vera had been put to the market seeking offers of more than $1.95 million.
The marketing of Vera was handled by Barry Quinn and Andrew Goodall from Ray White Rural.