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TAS Country : November 18th 2010
26 Tasmanian Country Friday, November 19, 2010 Rural property Soar with this prime riverfront farm LOCATED 15km from Launceston, Junction Farm offers about 10km of prime river frontage on the Meander and South Esk rivers. Historically Junction Farm has been managed as a mixed livestock grazing property and under the current ownership has re- cently introduced a pivot irrigator to boost fodder crop production. Over the past 30 years livestock enterprises have included Corriedale ewe flock for breeding dual purpose lambs; first cross Border Merino ewes breed- ing second cross lambs for prime lamb meat trade; and Saxon Merino flock run for fine wool pro- duction. Crops which have been grown under dry land con- ditions include cereals, grass seed, peas, and pop- pies. Green forage crops include oats, hybrid rye grasses, and turnip crops for livestock fodder. A six-span Bauer Pivot irrigator was installed in 2007. It covers 35ha, measures 336m in length and is serviced by 200mm class 6 pipe. The pump house, on the Meander River, is con- nected to three-phase power. There is a 112.5ML right from the South Esk River and a 22.5ML from the Meander River. Current water rights, when re- newed in 2011, will have a lifespan of 40 years --- previous licences were valid for 10 years. Junction Farm's four land titles lie on the north- ern and western banks of the Meander and South Esk rivers. The double-brick 1983 homestead was designed to capture views and natural light from its panoramic location. The home offers two large living rooms, a study, four bedrooms and two main bathrooms. The kitchen was renovated in 2007. The complex boasts six car spaces, a storeroom, workshop, saddle room and horse yards set among established gardens. The manager's cottage was renovated in 2005. The weatherboard house is lo- cated near the shearing shed (elevated, three stand), cattle yards (steel crush and panels) and oth- er quality working facili- ties (including a five-bay machinery shed and ferti- liser storage). HADSPEN 38 Westwood Rd Mixed farm on four titles with river frontages Land area: 981ha $3.25 million Roberts Real Estate Refer Peter Stackhouse 0408 133 408 Gem in need of a little TLC HEADING into Sheffield and taking a turn into West Kentish you will find this Federation home set on almost one hectare of pasture. The home consists of three sizeable bedrooms, a formal living area, separate dining area and a new kitchen. High- lights include high ceil- ings and a wide hall way. The home is awaiting a little TLC from the right person to reclaim its former glory. Other attractions in- clude stunning views of Mt Roland and enough space to run some ani- mals and be self- sufficient. WEST KENTISH 585 West Kentish Rd Land area: 0.8ha Three-bedroom house $199,000 Roberts Real Estate Refer Melissa Kelly 0439 397 109 firstname.lastname@example.org 0419 002 222 email@example.com 0429 331 664 153 William Street, Devonport - www.sushames.com - 6423 3000 ASPECT -- SHELTER -- POSITION A very attractive property with spacious and well appointed 4 bedroom family home set on approx. 14 acres both sheltered bushland and improved pastures. Currently the base of a small beef stud breeding business. Nook. NEIL COLBECK 0429 331 664 $455,000 MOUNT ROLAND -- PERMANENT CREEK -- PRIVATE RETREAT Captivating views of the mountain, natural bush, good pastures, abundant fresh running water, generous dam, sheltered private location with a spacious, well appointed 2 storey residence only two years old. Land area approx. 18 acres. West Kentish. NEIL COLBECK 0429 331 664 $555,000 THE SPLENDOUR OF THE VIEW This prestige holding represents an outstanding proposition for purchasers requiring a truly unique and equally appealing position in which to enjoy the lifestyle and splendour of the outstanding views and sunsets. Add to this, 130 acres of productive land. Staverton. NEIL COLBECK 0429 331 664 $1,320,000 FRINGE OF CITY FARMING AUCTION on site 27th November 1.30PM Just on the outskirts of historic Evandale, 4 bedroom home on 232 acres of high quality productive alluvial soils, 7 titles with river frontage and licensed water right. Conditions of Auction available upon request. Evandale. NEIL COLBECK 0429 331 664 2018625-101105 AUCTION REDUCED REDUCED 2016030-101119 KnightFrank.com.au Wanted 20+/- Acres, Waterfront Swansea to the Channel Area. Prime lamb property 1,500-2,000 Ewes Northern Midlands 03 6234 5866 Michael Crisp 0438 597 128 5 Victoria Street, Hobart Properties For Sale Coles Bay: Oyster Farm Triabunna: Development land with dwelling Grass Tree Hill: 9ha block Hamilton: 1,600ha grazing property Bruny Island: Oyster Farm Sorell: Fruit farm and tourist enterprise 03 6234 5866 Michael Crisp 0438 597 128 5 Victoria Street, Hobart $599,000 Gipps Creek Road, Deddington 200ha of native bush on 3 titles. Permanent water from Ben Lomond rivulet. Large volume of timber suitable for harvesting, conservation or carbon capture. Eagle nest and wildlife including fallow deer, forester kangaroos, devils and wallabies. 03 6234 5866 Michael Crisp 0438 597 128 George Shea 0488 004 411 5 Victoria Street, Hobart Our Most Valuable Property: Trust 6 Continents 43 Countries 207 Offices
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