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TAS Country : October 7th 2010
16 Tasmanian Country Friday, October 8, 2010 Country Living Package of soil, water and history THE older home on Oa- kdale stands on a hill commanding a view over most of the farm. A magnificent oak tree must have been planted over 100 years ago. The second home and dairy are of brick construc- tion. The higher ground falls away gently as rolling hills with panoramic views over the fertile farming districts of Whitemore and Bracknell. The majestic Western Tiers are to the west. Until the last few months, dairy cows have grazed Oakdale pastures. Most of the area consists of heavier fertile red brown loam soils over clay. Only the southern pad- docks run into grey sandier loams. A recently upgraded bore supplies 1.4 ml of water daily to an on-farm dam storage. A three phase power pump provides irri- gation via Class 9 under- ground mains (150mm) to lateral spray lines. Live- stock troughs supply every paddock. For future irrigation de- velopment, Oakdale can access the recently in- stalled Brumbys Creek Hydro-supplied pipeline which lies along the east- ern boundary flowing into Whitemore. This picturesque farm is located in the highly re- garded Whitemore/Brack- nell district known for its strong community and farming practices. BRACKNELL 272 Pearns Lane Dairy farm and homestead Land area: 80ha Auction noon, Friday October 29 Roberts Real Estate Launceston. Refer Peter Stackhouse 0408 133 408 or Martin O'Byrne 0417 594 960 Ideal property for equine pursuits SUPERB farmland in the ever popular Pateena Rd, Longford is tightly held. The north easterly aspect and ample water supplied by a 9ml water right and several dams ensure sustainability for a cropping or grazing enterprise. The three-bedroom weatherboard home has large living areas and sun- room and is surrounded by a private and sheltered garden and original farm outbuildings. There are five loose box- es, tack and feed rooms and a sand track, which make it very suitable for equestrian pursuits. The property could be further devel- oped to provide a secure investment. LONGFORD 60 Arrandale Rd Three-bedroom weatherboard house on cropping/ grazing property Land area: 8.4ha Sale by tender closing November 5 Roberts Real Estate, Refer Martin O'Byrne 0417 594 960 or Peter Stackhouse 0408 133 408 Selling The Best Real-Estate on Bruny John & Ruth: 03 6293 1461 Raven Vass: 0400 355 891 a. 810 Cloudy Bay Rd, Cloudy Bay, 7150 e. email@example.com w. www.brunyislandrealestate.com 2019210_101008 LUNAWANNA - IMMACULATE HOME+ ACREAGE > Option to buy as one package or separately > Land Size House allotment, 0.2799ha + pasture 8.736 ha > HOUSE ; Water views, immaculate 3 bedroom B/V, built in 1986, Large 4 Bay workshop, + 2 bay fully lined garage, carports + sheds. Wide lawns, roses & camellias, veggie garden & small fruit orchard. > PASTURE LAND: 3 separate paddocks, approx 160m of main road frontage, Gum lined winter creek, shelterbelt, hay shed, dam and stockyard .Can be subdivided into numerous parcels (STCA). $P.O.A OFFERS CONSIDERED
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