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TAS Country : October 7th 2010
Friday, October 8, 2010 Tasmanian Country 17 Tourism pursuits an exciting option THIS property represents an opportunity for an as- tute purchaser who can recognise a comfortable home, wonderful environ- ment, sound investment, and many options and po- tential for development and use. The solid earth load bearing brick, three- bedroom homestead is set on predominantly pasture, but with fantastic natural shelter and environment for home and livestock. Its location provides op- tions for development in combining rural and tour- ism enterprises. Being situated between the tourist attractions of Tasmazia and the Lake Barrington International Rowing Course makes it a gateways and provides complementary business opportunities, as does its access to the many forestry tracks and trails of the area. It is also close to a number of the North West Coast's wine cellar door destinations, and Lake Barrington boating and recreational areas. For a purchaser or fam- ily simply wishing a well- established moderate sized farm to run cattle, sheep, horses, or other livestock and make a supplementary income it is equally attract- ive. The property is very well fenced, with rural fencing supplemented with electric internal fencing supplementing the fence security and also used for further paddock subdiv- ision, and sturdy sound stock yards complete the handling facilities. The home has an open plan kitchen, dining, lounge and study area with cathedral timber ceiling, Colorbond roof, cedar col- onial windows, and veran- da enveloping the four sides of the residence. It is situated in a very private, sheltered position, but still elevated enough to be able to observe much of the farming area. The home is heated in winter by a fan forced wood heater, and during the summer months the veran- da assists in maintaining a comfortable ambiance, yet during winter when the suns trajectory is lower allows in valuable warm- ing sunlight. The grounds of the prop- erty are well established and easily maintained. The grounds feature a number of storage and utility sheds, with the main shed being a 10mx7m machin- ery shed-workshop and garage combination with wood heater and toilet fa- cilities. The immediate grounds of the homestead have ver- min proof fencing, with both vegetable and fruit gardens with additional vermin proof netting. The gardens boast apples, green guage, yellow plum, pear and quince trees, along with established berry beds. Water for the property is sourced from one of the properties springs, and provides for both domestic use and stock supply. Rain- water is also collected and stored from the main shed which is sited in a more elevated position relevant to the homestead, and en- sures a gravity fed water supply being available should there ever be a power outage. There is also further potential to harness the pristine spring waters on the property. PROMISED LAND 516 Staverton Rd Three-bedroom brick home on pasture Land area: 29.5ha $485,000 Sushames Real Estate. Refer Neil Colbeck 0429 331 664 Country Living www.landmark.com.au Coastal Dairy Farm "Stagg Farm" on Far NW Tasmania close to Fishing & Beaches 21395 Bass Highway, Wiltshire POA Internet ID: 7300568 • This fabulously located dairy farm has an area of 215.9700 HA on 4 titles & is only 10 mins from beaches & fishing spots. • 2 good homes, one of these is only a few years old. • 26 herringbone dairy currently milking all year round, with 2 @ 25 ton grain silos. • 12,000 ltr Vat. 2 calf sheds to hold 100 calves. • Approx 2000 large round bales of silage cut each year. • 300 quality cows available to purchase. • Approx 80 acres of irrigation and 3 water bores. 2072663-101008 Betty Kay 0418 144 991 for sale marion bay 499 bay road Woodgrove combines the best of country living with the scenic beauty of Marion Bay. This long established farm is perfect for those who want a taste of the good life and have a vision to a peaceful and productive future. The two titles are available separately or as one. Lot 1 has a spacious three bedroom homestead overlooking the bay and comes with 14 acres of fenced, organic pasture and water supply. Lot 2 provides 118 acres of well fenced land, good outbuildings and a huge 180 megalitre dam. For further information, please phone Scott Leitch on 0419 356 606 or email email@example.com 530 South Arm Road Lauderdale, 7021 6248 6344 georgeself.com.au Lot 1 $550,000 Lot 2 $575,000
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