Illa-Langi asking $2.25 million

Baralaba's Illa-Langi asking $2.25 million

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Hourn & Bishop Qld: The Sainsbury family's Baralaba property Illa-Langi is on the market for $2.25 million.

Hourn & Bishop Qld: The Sainsbury family's Baralaba property Illa-Langi is on the market for $2.25 million.

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The Sainsbury family's Baralaba property Illa-Langi is on the market for $2.25 million.

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THE Sainsbury family's Baralaba property Illa-Langi is on the market for $2.25 million bare after being passed in at a Hourn & Bishop Qld auction on Thursday.

Covering 601 hectares (1486 acres), the asking price is equal to about $3744/ha ($1514/acre).

The Sainsburys have been carrying about 220-250 steers on the block.

The property consists of a mix of scrub soils originally timbered with brigalow, blackbutt, bauhinia and bottle trees. A percentage of the property has been blade ploughed and sown to improved pastures.

Illa-Langi has secure water from the Benleith Water Board, which is reticulated to seven water points throughout the property, six dams and semi-permanent holes in Gerry's Creek.

Covering 601 hectares (1486 acres), the asking price is equal to about $3744/ha ($1514/acre).

Covering 601 hectares (1486 acres), the asking price is equal to about $3744/ha ($1514/acre).

There are 11 main paddocks,as well as horse and weaner paddocks in close proximity to the house and yards. There are also new steel cattle yards.

Other improvements include a three bedroom homestead, machinery shed, four bay garage, workshop, hay shed and stables.

Contact Brad Hanson, 0408 684 612, or Gary Bishop, 0439 982 588, Hourn & Bishop Qld.

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The story Illa-Langi asking $2.25 million first appeared on Queensland Country Life.

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