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TAS Country : December 2nd 2010
Friday, December 3, 2010 Tasmanian Country 27 Ad feature Ad feature More than one income stream PRIVACY, comfort and space are all afforded to the owners of this lovely lo- cation. The house and accom- modation are both spacious and very well appointed. The gardens and grounds are host to a var- iety of native flora and fauna, both seasonal and perennial. Just 10 or 12 minutes to Devonport or Sheffield and just over an hour to Laun- ceston, it is close to two of the major gateways to and from the state. The entry to the prop- erty is a ''guard of honour'' of native blackwood trees lining the laneway through the olive groves to the homestead, licensed ac- commodation unit and out- buildings. From almost any vantage point on the property and the home- stead, you are afforded captivating views of Mount Roland, the Badgers Ran- ges and the Don Valley below. Annexed to the main house is a comfortable and well-appointed, self- contained two-bedroom unit that is also licensed as guest accommodation. The land is divided into three roughly equal areas of olive grove, pasture (suitable for sheep or cattle --- another potential sup- plementary income stream) and mixed bush. The olive grove is about 1550 trees now in the range of yield maturity at nine plus years. Oil production is of boutique commercial quantity following a re- medial pruning program to optimize fruiting poten- tial, and seasonal vari- ations. Up to four tonnes have been harvested from the 1100 oil specific trees with yields projected to increase steadily. It is anticipated that as the trees mature between 12 and 15 years they will produce more than 10 ton- nes. There are five farm sheds on the property, one of which is established for shearing. A large dam on the property has been stocked with rainbow trout for the fishing enthusiast and is also home to two platypus. An established vegetable garden and fowl pen pro- vide for fresh produce. The pastures are capable of hosting a number of live- stock options from sheep to beef or horses. LOWER BARRINGTON 226 Mt Roland View Lifestyle acerage and olive grove House size: 260m2 plus 106m2 Land area: 24.7ha $875,000 Sushames Real Estate. Refer Neil Colbeck 0429 331 664 email@example.com 0419 002 222 firstname.lastname@example.org 0429 331 664 153 William Street, Devonport - www.sushames.com - 6423 3000 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 DAIRY FARM OPPORTUNITY -- IDEAL LOCATION Comprising 80.6 hectares (approx. 200 acres) this is one of the most highly regarded dairy farms in the area with position, quality of soil and pasture, level to slightly undulating topography, water resources and overall manageability. 2 Homes. West Kentish. NEIL COLBECK 0429 331 664 $1,650,000 LARGE EXECUTIVE HOME IN PRIVATE SETTING 30 square, 2 storey home set on 51 acres of both pasture and natural bush with magnificent views out over the Great Western Tiers. Very private with access from private sealed road. 2nd three bedroom home allows for lifestyle and income options. Western Creek. NEIL COLBECK 0429 331 664$1,600,000 SPRINGFIELD DEER FARM Presented on a Walk In -- Walk Out basis, Springfield Deer Farm is offered as a successful and profitable business as a going concern. Established in 1890 on 125 acres, homestead, abattoirs, processing facilities, commercial kitchen, thriving client list, guest cottage B&B, currently running approx. 400 head of deer. Mole Creek. NEIL COLBECK 0429 331 664$1,200,000 2094003-101203 Real Estate Promoting commercial and residential rural property sales Land releases, building blocks and auctions statewide, and interstate PH: 6230 0640 | 6230 0752 | Fax: 6230 0766 email@example.com 2018276-101203 Ashleigh 358 Elphinstone Road, Cressy - $825,000 Water is from a spring fed dam, the irrigation channel and tank supply. Main improvements include a 3 bedroom brick veneer dwelling set amidst an established garden, a three stand shearing shed and timber barn. Ashleigh is a small rural holding that offers a variety of lifestyle opportunities or the potential for extension of an existing farming operation. • 43.17 hectares, 32 ML Water Right • Good access to Launceston, Permanent spring fed dam • Typical Cressy brown loam soils • History of grazing and limited cropping • Well sheltered by established hedgerows • 3 stand shearing shed, workshop and barn Rural Please call Kit Thompson on 0418 514 516 or Rob Harrison on 0418 133 133 www.harrisonhumphreys.com.au rura ro ert 2072013-101126 Launceston 6337 1522 15 St John Street, Launceston Hobart 6235 1451 2 Colins Street, Hobart
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