ALL eyes are on Robin Jasch’s premium Brookstead property Aschmour, which is being put to auction in Toowoomba by Ray White Rural on March 28.
Located 40km west of Pittsworth on Ladner Road, the 173 hectare (428 acres) the irrigated farming property is recognised as having some of the best soils on the Darling Downs.
Aschmour has 162ha of cultivation including 156ha developed for flood irrigation. The balance of the area is used for infrastructure including dams.
At present 80ha is fallow. The balance of the farmed area is a cotton crop, which will be retained by the vendor.
Aschmour is recognised as having some of the best soils on the Darling Downs.
Water is a feature of the property, with allocations from Leslie Dam, water harvesting, and bore supplies. There is a 240 megalitres ringtank plus a 20ML sump.
Improvements include a spacious three bedroom home with wide verandahs. There are two spacious living areas, and an eat-in kitchen with a walk-in pantry. The main bedroom has ensuite plus a large walk-in robe. The home is freshly painted and set in an expansive garden setting.
There is also an all steel tractor/picker shed enclosed on three sides. The steel frame machinery shed has an enclosed workshop with a concrete floor and workbenches. There is also a second steel frame machinery shed.
There are also three 100 tonne Webster silos with aerators and three 70t Sherwell silos, two with aerators and one with a rocket dryer powered by a Kubota diesel motor.
A Kubota powered 6.5kw generator mounted on trailer, two diesel tanks, an enclosed oil shed, and a 40 foot shipping container mounted on concrete blocks are included in the offering.
Contact Matt Cleary, 0428 987 340, or James Croft, 0429 318 646, Ray White Rural Pittsworth.