Pechey Homestead at Listening Ridge, Pechey is a working farm located between Hampton and Crows Nest (40 km north of Toowoomba) and about two kilometres off the New England Highway, near the historic town of Pechey. The farm is 280 acres and includes a forestry stand of hardwoods and a stand of hoop pine, each stand is about 30 acres. Aa herd of Black Angus cattle graze the fertile pastures.
Built in 1921 for the Pechey family, the residence used local timber - iron bark, Australian cedar, silky oak and hoop, sourced from the Albert Mill at Pechey. With extensive (around 2 acres) and well-kept gardens, the residence sits high on "Listening Ridge" with panoramic views across the valley to Crows Nest and down into the Brisbane Valley. Adjacent to the residence is a large tract of remnant sub-tropical vine scrub, which offers environment walks and great bird watching.