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TAS Country : September 23rd 2010
Friday, September 24, 2010 Tasmanian Country 27 Rural property All new in a stunning setting A NEW house, outbuildings and ma- chinery come with the sale of this property with mounts Roland, Van Dyke, Claude, Barrow and Ben Lo- mond on the horizon. This rural landscape of 53ha on two titles has been meticulously trans- formed over the past six years. There have been improvements to fencing, pasture renovation, conser- vation areas, landscaping and water reticulation systems. It is offered as a walk-in-walk-out opportunity, inclusive of all livestock, plant and equipment, machinery and fodder. There is no need to budget for additional expenditure. All equipment is fastidiously maintained, and is es- sentially as new. The new homestead of about 26 squares built on a plateau of level ground. There is open-plan living with central kitchen and dining area, flan- ked by two lounge areas, both of which open on to decks. Each area shares the views from the generous double-glazed feature windows. Even the screens have been chosen to filter the light yet feature the views on the brightest and warmest sunlit days. The home is of Colorbond construction, with insu- lation in the ceilings, walls and floors. One of the three bedrooms has an en suite with two vanities, a separate shower and toilet, and they all have built-in or walk-in robes. A room used as an office could also be a fourth bedroom. The main bathroom features a bath and shower. The laundry is concealed behind cupboard doors as part of the rear access to the house. There is a wood heater and reverse- cycle air-conditioning, as well as panel heaters and the option both gas and electric cooking. There is tank water and pristine groundwater from a newly installed bore, which can provide the 18 stock water points. The landscaped gardens of the farm provide both colour through ornamen- tals and native flora, and produce with vegetable and fruit gardens and hot- house. The gardens as are the main renovated pasture areas have vermin- proof and electric fencing. The main drive is a gravel and the entrance the access-ways and and the turning circle tarmac. It is only minutes away from Lake Barrington recreational facilities A full list of plant, equipment, machinery and livestock, in addition to fertiliser history and farm-planning and development mapping will be available to potential purchasers. STAVERTON 85 Richards Farm Rd Homestead on WIWO farm House size: about 241m2 Land area: about 52ha $1.32m Sushames Real Estate Refer Neil Colbeck 0429 331 664 2057401-100917 Grow some new business PH: 6230 0640 Fax: 6230 0766 email@example.com DON T MISS THE SPECIAL ADVERTISING PROMOTION ON OCTOBER 8TH 2010 IN YOUR TASMANIAN COUNTRY Promoting Rural Property Sales Real Estate Launceston 6337 1522 Hobart 6235 1451 rura ro ert re nar uct on ot ce a da e rac ne The diverse farming property known as "Oakdale" set on approximately 80.93 hectares (200 acres) is currently being operated as a dairy run-off block. High quality cropping ground lends itself to further farming developments. Infrastructure includes 2 homes, irrigation bore, storage dam and de-commissioned dairy. H h sou ht a ter ocat on "Oakdale" 272 Pearns Lane, Bracknell uct on 29th ctober 2010, 12 noon at oberts ea state, 15 t ohn treet, Launceston Enquiries to: Peter Stackhouse on 0408 133 408 2034110-100924
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