Peak Crossing's Benbullen hits $3.4 million

Peak Crossing's Benbullen hits $3.4 million

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Scenic Rim farm Benbullen has sold at auction for $3.4 million.

Scenic Rim farm Benbullen has sold at auction for $3.4 million.

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The 100 hectare Peak Crossing property Benbullen has sold at auction for $3.4 million.

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SCENIC Rim farm Benbullen has sold at auction for $3.4 million.

Located on Middle Road in the Peak Crossing area, Benbullen was bought by Darren Wilson, who is well known for his pork processing company Wilpak.

The well watered 100 hectare (247 acre) farm in three titles boasts near unlimited water, quality shedding and a very tidy four bedroom home.

The farm features improved Rhodes grasses and clover pastures with 9ha currently used to grow lucerne for hay. There is a 12ha irrigation license backed by two equipped bores.

Ray White Rural's promotional video for Benbullen.

Benbullen has about seven megalitres of water in the three irrigation dams. There is also a stock water dam.

The farm is divided into five paddocks with a laneway and cooler. The steel cattle yards have a concrete loading ramp.

Benbullen is estimated to carry about 50 cattle.

The well maintained four bedroom colonial style brick home was built in the early 2000s. It features wrap around veranda with ramps and concrete pathways leading to the outbuildings. The complex is surrounded by a well-established garden.

Other structural improvements include a garage/storage shed, two car lock up, nine bay shed, eight bay shed, hay shed, machinery shed/workshop, and a storage shed.

There is also a deco gravel pit.

Benbullen was marketed by Jez McNamara from Ray White Rural and Garth Weatherall from Bartholomew & Co.

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