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TAS Country : August 5th 2010
26 Tasmanian Country Friday, August 6, 2010 Rural property Feast on the fruits of labour PRIVATE and tucked away just out of town, this farmlet is instantly appealing because the hard work has already been done. The beautiful stone home is in a peaceful setting, with the owners able to keep a watchful eye over this exception- ally well-kept property and the livestock. Cattle and sheep are currently grazing on this farm, which has a good balance of pasture and shelter. Positioned near the stockyards are other holding pens, plus sheds for farm equipment and fodder. Throughout the undulating and well- drained paddocks are gravity-fed water troughs. Rainwater is collected for dom- estic use from both the house and garage/ workshop into the 5000-gallon (22,730-litre) concrete tank. All three bedrooms have built-in ward- robes, and the master has its own ensuite. The main bathroom, complete with a corner spa, has two walls lined with myrtle timber that is more than 100 years old. The central stone wall dividing the loungeroom and hallway is a superb feature with its built-in wine rack. The kitchen has plenty of working and storage space. A barrel wood-heater in the garage also keeps the adjoining rumpus area cosy and warm when required. Additional storage sheds/workshops are situated close by the house. Soon there will be even more reasons to admire the garden, with bulbs set to bloom. Diversification could prove a grape' idea THIS property has huge potential for expansion or diversifying into oth- er agricultural or viticultural pursuits. On nine titles, it is currently used as two 40ha apple orchards. There is about 16ha of bush, with the balance used for grazing. The high-visibility site has access off the Bass Highway and an irri- gation entitlement of 600.75Ml from dams and the Mersey River scheme. There is a four-bed- room brick home, ma- chinery sheds and work- shop, staff amenities and office, shearing shed and yards. RAILTON 200 Gambles Rd Three-bedroom stone home on farmlet Land area: 17ha $515,000 Sushames Real Estate. Refer Neil Colbeck 0429 331 664 SASSAFRASS Bass Highway Paramatta Creek orchards. Substantial farming property Land area: 253ha $1,950,000 Elders Real Estate Ulverstone 6425 2722 Organic grazing opportunity THIS very good grazing block is currently run organi- cally. Mostly all pasture and watered by four dams and springs, there are six paddocks and a sheltered, easterly aspect. There is a CGI barn and very good steel stockyards. HEC goes past and the road is sealed. FORTH 490 Wilmot Rd Grazing block Land area: 20.85ha $330,000 Elders Real Estate Ulverstone. 6425 2722 2095454-100806 6362 3570 60 Emu Bay Road Deloraine www.delorainerealestate.com.au Deloraine 3 Bedroom Home - Hobby Farm - Horse Facilities 1002 Bridgenorth Road, Legana For Sale $575,000 85 Acres Approx 75 Acres sown to new improved pasture Balance light bush plus spring fed dam Comfortable 3 bedroom home brick home School bus at gate Numerous outbuildings Stables, tack room, feed shed Operational training track All new game proof boundary fencing Only 20 minutes to Launceston CBD on good sealed road 10 minutes to Legana shopping centre 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: email@example.com Tracey Wright p: 6230 0752 f: 6230 0766 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
August 12th 2010