You need to delete the property rule, if you don't have the option to delete it, you need to withdraw the property rule and create a new property with the same name and select the Type in the above version of the withdrawn rule.
I did some snippet and found the below content, based on that I think we can move to minor version but again the examples Alpha DELTA make bit confuse
I have created a property in 01-01-05 --- I want to withdraw
Created the same property in the new RSV- 01-01-06 and make it' available will it work?
The examples given in the link are more confusing
Using a withdrawn rule to move a rule to another RuleSet
You can use the Withdrawn setting to move a rule from one RuleSet to another that is lower on your RuleSet list. This move is possible even if the RuleSet or RuleSet version containing the rule you plan to move is locked.
For example, assume that rule FOO is in RuleSet Delta:02-10-15 but you later determine that the rule is of broader applicability and belongs in Alpha:02-01-07, where RuleSet Alpha:02-01 is a prerequisite of Delta:02-10. In some cases, you can first delete FOO from Delta and then retype the rule into Alpha, but such deleting and re-entering isn't possible if Delta:02-10-15 is locked. Assuming Delta:02-10-20 and Alpha:02-01-07 are the current RuleSet Versions, to move the FOO rule:
Open the rule to be moved.
Use the Save As toolbar button to copy the rule into Delta:02-10-20.
Set the Availability of the copy to Withdrawn. Both Delta rules are no invisible to rule resolution
Use the Save As toolbar button to copy the original rule into Alpha:02-01-07. Set the Availability of this copy to Yes.
The Delta:02-10-15 rule is now never selected by rule resolution, but every user who formerly accessed the Delta:02-10-15 rule now can execute the Alpha copy (unless rule resolution finds another rule earlier).