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TAS Country : October 21st 2010
Friday, October 22, 2010 Tasmanian Country 27 Rural Property 2020827-101022 FLINDERS ISLAND -- TENDER 50 Invermay Road, Launceston, 6331 2022 elders.com.au/tas 260.5 hectare premium grazing in 2 freehold titles, running 240 cows plus replacements -- sound fencing, well fertilised, gravity fed water plus dams -- airstrip -- sheds -- mains power -- 28" rainfall. 23 square home in a pleasant garden setting Hillview is situated in the Lackrana area on a sealed road, 15 min to town or shipping port -- shipping subsidies apply. Owners retiring after 32 years. For Tender: Closing 4 pm December 1st at Elders Real Estate 50 Invermay Rd, Launceston Web Id: 291256 Steve Cole 0429 866 476 Grape opportunity beckons RELBIA 288 Relbia Road Jinglers Creek Vineyard Land: 3.6ha Building: 298 m2 $900,000 Roberts Real Estate Contact: Peter Stackhouse 0408 133 408 THE saying ''good things come in small packages'' may well apply to this vineyard tucked away on the gentle slopes overlooking Relbia and the mountains beyond. The property is about a 15 minute drive from Launceston or the re- gional airport. It is located on a wine route that takes in the historic villages of Evandale, Relbia and White Hills. Cool climate grape varieties enjoy Relbia's moderate, Mediterranean- type climate and it was for this reason that when Launceston's well known greengrocer Irving Fong de- cided to give retirement a go, he replanted part of his market garden with vines in 1998. The soils were very fertile and he employed a US trellising system known as the verti- cal shoot position technique. This property's land area totals 3.596ha featuring 1.8ha of vines and 0.4ha of olives. Pinot noir vines were first planted in 1998 followed by pinot gris and chardonnay in 2000. In 2005, the vineyard enjoyed great success fol- lowing a grafting program of riesling and sauvignon blanc. Today, more than 4000 vines produce on average (during eight vintages) an excess of 11 tonnes of grapes per hectare. A modest brick home was purpose built in 1999 and is located high on the western boundary overlooking the vineyard to the mountains be- yond. The house has a lounge room, a dining room, office space, a kitchen, two large bedrooms and separate bathrooms. Real Estate PROMOTING BOTH RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL RURAL PROPERTY SALES Land releases, building blocks and auctions statewide, and interstate aNEW 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 Launceston 6337 1522 Hobart 6235 1451 rura ro ert 2023017-101022 "Oakdale" Bracknell c i n "Oakdale" offers diverse farming opportunities. It is currently being operated as an irrigated dairy run-off farm. Class 9 underground mains service approximately 30 hectares of this total pastured area. Secure water supplied from bore to storage dam. High grade cropping soils lends itself to further farming cropping opportunities. otal area 0. hectares or 99. 3 acres uction 9th October noon at oberts aunceston eter 0 0 33 0 Martin 0 9 960 wo houses, decommissioned dairy plus sheds Highly sought after location Situated between Bracknell and Whitemore c i n
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