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TAS Country : July 2010
Friday, July 30, 2010 Tasmanian Country 27 Rural property firstname.lastname@example.org 0419 002 222 email@example.com 0429 331 664 153 William Street, Devonport - www.sushames.com - 6423 3000 FRINGE OF CITY FARMING -- PRIME LOCATION Set just on the outskirts of the northern side of historic Evandale, is this high quality 232 acre farm, set on 7 titles with modern four bedroom home, river frontage to the Esk river and licenced irrigation water right direct from the Esk river. Evandale. Neil Colbeck 0429 331 664 $1,800,000 SPRINGFIELD DEER FARM Presented on a Walk In -- Walk Out basis, Springfield Deer Farm is offered as a successful and profitable business as a going concern. Established in 1890 on 125 acres, homestead, abattoirs, processing facilities, commercial kitchen, thriving client list, guest cottage B&B, currently running approx. 400 head of deer. Mole Creek. Neil Colbeck 0429 331 664$1,200,000 WIWO MOUNT ROLAND -- PERMANENT CREEK -- PRIVATE RETREAT Captivating views of the mountain, natural bush, good pastures, abundant fresh running water, generous dam, sheltered private location with a spacious, well appointed 2 storey residence only two years old. Land area approx. 18 acres. West Kentish. Neil Colbeck 0429 331 664 $565,000 IMPROVED PASTURE -- ON THE EDGE OF TOWN Right on the edge of town this 113 acre parcel of land comprised of two titles, represents an ideal opportunity to establish an operational farm enterprise. Land Capability 3, 4 & 5 with recent building approval current for two years. Sheffield. Neil Colbeck 0429 331 664 $715,000 2025821-100730 EVANDALE 85 Trafalgar Lane Four-bedroom home and farm on seven titles Land area: 94ha $1,800,000 Sushames Real Estate. Refer Neil Colebeck 0429 331 664 Unique chance to cry Tiers of joy THIS is truly a home that deserves the term unique. Built of about 360 tonnes of stone, the ground floor has walls 60cm thick set deep into the hillside of Western Creek in the rim of the Western Tiers. The second storey is constructed of local timbers and has decking on three sides overlooking the Meander Valley and the Western Tiers towards Mt Roland and beyond. This two-storey residence has been crafted using stone and tim- bers from the property, which is on two titles. It has spectacular views of rural and wilderness landscapes, and has enormous potential to be developed as a tourist retreat, or retain complete privacy with its own natural rainforest, walking or riding trails and about 1.2ha of native gardens. The main home is about 30 squares, with the main family and living areas on the ground floor. There is a large family room or loungeroom with a wood-heater, a galley kitchen and formal dining room, a study or office, bathroom, toilet and laundry facilities. The second floor is set around the stairwell in a mezzanine style and has lounge or communal areas, with the three generous bedrooms (all with walk-in wardrobes) and master bathroom and amenities set to the corners of the home. Each bedroom has openings to the surrounding veranda. The walls and ceilings of the upper floor are fully insulated, while the ground-floor stone con- struction provides all the insu- lation required. Top-quality fittings and fixtures feature throughout the house, along with true craftsmanship in the construction and balance of the use of different timbers, tiling and painted surfaces. There is fresh spring and creek water gravity-fed to the residences. The house is protected with a fire sprinkler system set on the roof, and also with the facility of pumping fire-resistant gel over the home if required. Reticulation fittings are net- worked throughout the gardens to provide water to the native plants and fruit trees. Also on the grounds is a stone and timber two-storey work stu- dio, a garden shed, and a fully self- contained three-bedroom Park home set on a steel frame. This second residence is perfect for family or additional guests. For a buyer wishing to use the property for a guest house or tourism venture, this second home would be perfect for use when the main home was in full use. There is potential for further development of this 51-acre (20.6ha) holding. A secondary site pad has been established with a view to constructing a second residence, and with some attention the lower pastures could be rejuvenated and fenced for livestock. WESTERN CREEK 830 Western Creek Rd Stone house and guest house Land area: 51ac $1,600,000 Sushames Real Estate. Refer Neil Colbeck 0429 331 664 Quality farm close to city services SET just on the outskirts on the northern side of historic Evandale, minutes from the Launceston airport and only a few minutes out of Launceston city is this high quality farm. On seven titles with a modern four- bedroom home, it has river frontage to the Esk River and licensed irri- gation water right direct from the river. The property features quality sheds and facilities, well laid out and sheltered paddock network, pro- ductive alluvial soils with good water retention capability and negligible or no stone, making pasture renovation or crop production low maintenance on man and machinery. Properties of this nature and size rarely become available so close to urban centres. Apart from pasture and cereal crops (wheat) this property has not been cropped for some years, which makes it attractive for establishing a new rotation. In the past peas, beans, potatoes, and asparagus have been produced along with cereal grain crops. This holding will not be divided into individual titles by the vendors, however this potential does apply to a buyer. The spacious and well-lit brick veneer homestead has four bedrooms (each with built in robes, the master bedroom with en-suite), with lounge and sitting room, generous kitchen and dining room combination, abun- dance of storage facilities, expansive main bathroom with spa bath and separate shower, three toilets, and garage with two roller doors but three car capacity, with an adjoining workshop area. The house is very solidly con- structed with quality fixtures. In recent years the property has been used mainly for sheep and beef production, carrying up to 500 breed- ing ewes, and about 70 to 80 head of beef cows. It is divided into about 19 well fenced stock-proof paddocks. The irrigation point is established on the Esk with three-phase power con- nections and metering. Underground mains pass through the property and under Evandale Rd with a series of hydrants to tap into the system, and also has a sprinkler network on risers established to one paddock where asparagus was grown. Water for domestic and stock trough reticulation is also supplied from a pressure pump housed at the river. Outbuildings include a 12x12m machinery shed, with 5x5m utility shed and 10x5m machinery skillion; a 12x7m lock-up machinery shed or barn with cement floor and a 12x6m barn. Livestock handling facilities in- clude a two-stand shearing shed with three-phase power and amenities, an all weather holding shed for up to 200 sheep prior to shearing or crutching as well as holding, drafting and loading yards and facilities. Real Estate PROMOTING BOTH RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL RURAL PROPERTY SALES Land releases, building blocks and auctions statewide, and interstate a NEW LO OKfor an OLD MATE ! For advertising and enquiries contact: Kerri Walsh p: 6230 0640 f: 6230 0766 e: firstname.lastname@example.org Tracey Wright p: 6230 0752 f: 6230 0766 e: email@example.com
August 5th 2010