Joanna Baillieu lists rural Queensland holding at Beaudesert

Joanna Baillieu, a member of the Melbourne establishment family, has listed Bromelton House in south-east Queensland with expectations of more than $5 million.

The Beaudesert property has a four-bedroom home is set on 135 hectares of farming property in three titles, which earns income from a 2,880 plantation of pecan trees, turf production, lucerne hay production and horse agistment centre.

The home has two bathrooms and all bedrooms have French doors leading onto verandas with views over a 150-megalitre lagoon which has a water harvesting licence from the Logan River.

The property also includes a six-hectare irrigated polo field.

The property includes 28 horse paddocks, 28 day yards, a sand arena, a breaking yard, an eight-horse walker and a barn with eight stables.

The Bromelton House Road property also includes a three-bedroom manager’s house and a two-bedroom worker’s cottage.

It last sold at $2.1 million in 2001.

Danny Bukowski from Ray White Rural Beaudesert has the Bromelton House listing, which goes to auction on December 16.

Baillieu sold another Queensland property in 2010, when the 1,000-hectare North Toolburra farm at Warwick for about $10 million to the owners of Ascot Charolais stud farm. The property’s lagoon was also used for filming of The Thorn Birds.

Alistair Walsh

Alistair Walsh

Deutsche Welle online reporter

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