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TAS Country : March 24th 2011
22 Tasmanian Country Friday, March 25, 2011 Rural property Options galore CASTLE Node is set on scenic sunny slopes overlooking Dev- onport. The varied terrain provides spectacular home sites, if re- developed for subdivision. Winter water courses and the sloping terrain also offer many dam site opportunities. The package includes a reno- vated Federation home with three bedrooms, three bath- rooms and plenty of undercover parking. There are several paddocks, all watered by dams or troughs for livestock. Other features include steel cattle yards (with a capacity of holding 200 head), modern loading facilities, ma- chinery and implement sheds, hay barns and stables. The ground could be suitable for horticulture as the district is renowned for growing apples and pears. Ther relatively frost-free ter- rain could also suit grapes, with long north-facing trellising op- portunities. Alternatively, the property would be ideal for horse agist- ment or developing a riding school site on the outskirts of Devonport. Astute investors may con- sider subdivision for rural- residential housing develop- ment, subject to council ap- proval. SPREYTON 265 Tarleton Rd Castle Node Land area: 119.43ha Expressions of Interest Roberts Real Estate Refer Peter Stackhouse 0408 133 408 or Gerald Davies 0418 126 089 Top shack site THIS 2.224ha block offers two road frontages. On the corner of Isandula and Cen- tral Castra roads, this well-priced block incorporates both native bush and some cleared sections. It would be a per- fect place to build a family haven or hol- iday shack (subject to council approval). A bonus is that Crawford Creek flows through the southern section. CASTRA Cnr Central Castra & Isandula rds Land area: 2.224ha $80,000 Elders Real Estate Refer Robert Medwin 6425 2722 or 0400 554 464 Fertile land with views THIS versatile land with Mt Roland outlook --- on three titles --- incorpor- ates productive grazing and cropping areas. Parts are in production for potatoes and oats, and sheep and cattle are grazed in rotation. The property also has 18ha planted to eucalypts in a lease agreement with FEA. Springs feed perma- nent creeks, and there are small dams --- one with a 6ML irrigation licence. The irrigation is used mainly for the pro- duction of Fresh Market potatoes. Swedes and tur- nips are often grown, as well as oat wheat and barley cereal crops. ROLAND 148 Holmes Rd Land area: 62.7ha $500,000 Sushames Real Estate Refer Neil Colbeck 6423 3000 or 0429 331 664 rural property Launceston 6337 1522 15 St John Street, Launceston Hobart 6235 1451 2 Collins Street, Hobart • S s , st cky s, b s m "Ashton" Cressy A tion H ly c pp s ls "As t " v supp t p pp s, p t t s (l st 2003) p s c ls. P f t bl p m l mb p uct s b c mpl m t y t p s . 158 c t t t f st uctu (p v ts l m v s). m st j y qu l ty v t 1996: k tc , b t ms xt l v s. • 243 , C ssy/L f I t t ts Auct 8t Ap l 12 t R b ts L't P t St ck us 0408 133 408 M t O'By 0417 594 960 • 1900's m s m st + s c ll • B ut ful s supp t m tu t s A tion 2032706-110325
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