TOP 5: Warwick’s most unique rural properties
DESPITE the economic upheaval of the coronavirus pandemic, Warwick’s housing market is thriving, with a wide variety of rural properties up for grabs.
Whether you’re looking to make an investment or find your next dream place, there are several unique homes going for a steal within the Warwick area.
Check out the list below, with everything from a school-turned-Queenslander to a high-end equestrian facility up for sale:
PRICE: Accepting all offers
This 10-bedroom and 10-bathroom Queenslander home, set on 16.92 hectares, has historical value as the starting point for Warwick Christian College and several other facilities.
The property also comes with commercial kitchens, a pool, shower and toilet blocks, stables, and council approval to subdivide the land into 51 individual lots.
Situated on 7.18 hectares, this property combines country living with equestrian facilities, including an arena, five stables, a tack room, and more.
The four-bedroom, three-bathroom home also comes with an office, open-plan kitchen and living area, and veranda.
This four-bedroom, three-bathroom Queenslander set on 8.5 hectares in Warwick also offers a media room, sunroom, music room, and two kitchens.
The property also has a veranda and outdoor entertaining area, providing views of the surrounding landscape.
PRICE: $900,000 negotiable
This non-Heritage Listed homestead, built in the mid-1800s, offers four bedrooms and two bathrooms, complete with pressed metal ceilings and spacious living areas.
The 13.76ha property also has a rear veranda overlooking Allman Park racecourse, a circular driveway, and well-maintained garden areas.
PRICE: Available upon request
This Emu Vale property promises 78.51 hectares of cattle-grazing and cultivation land, along with two kilometres of creek frontage and five dams.
The home is an open-plan barn-style home with two bedrooms, one bathroom, and a wood fire heater.