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TAS Country : April 14th 2011
24 Tasmanian Country Friday, April 15, 2011 Opportunity with a cherry on top HERE is a golden oppor- tunity for a lifestyle change where the hard work has already been done. Four thousand cherry trees have been planted in a 4.8ha netted compound, on a 26ha block that has three titles. The orchard has a fully automated irrigation sys- tem that is supplied via an eight mega-litre dam. The farm has averaged 40 tons of cherries picked per year over the last three years and all of the trees are of a late picking var- iety, which means the bulk of the cherries are already off the market when these become ready to pick. There is also a three- bedroom home on the property. There is a high standard of infrastructure in place to make this opportunity work and the asking price is less than replacement cost. There are packing and future marketing options in place through the pres- ent owner and the farm is located 20 minutes from Hobart. LOWER LONGLEY Three-bedroom home on cherry orchard Land area: 26ha $650,000 Roberts Real Estate Huon Valley. Refer Paul Noble 0407055 514 Rural property Prime dairy area grows greener grass THIS prime dairy property is about 15kms from Smithton situated in the renowned dairy- ing district of Edith Creek. The property comes with a 50-unit rotary dairy and also a 32-unit swing over herringbone that is not in use. There are four homes and three centre pivot irrigators with water supplied from on farm storage dam. With a re- liable 1200mm annual rainfall and the district's ability to grow grass, this package has potential written all over it. The property is for sale as a whole or in lots: 342ha with 50-unit rotary; 121ha with 32-unit herringbone; or 7.6ha and house. The majority of the property is flat and the soils range from lights sandy to black heavier sandy loams. The property ranges between 20 to 26 me- tres above sea level. Farm buildings on lot one include 500-cow capacity yard, a recently installed 14,500l vat silo automatic Gentac feed system, calf shed, workshop/hay shed and a three-bedroom house. Lot two features a 32-aside herringbone dairy, 9100l vat, inmpliment shed, a work- shop/hay shed and two four- bedroom houses. In lot three are a comfort- able three-bedroom house with bungalow set among es- tablished gardens, stables, and implement shed, stock- yards and a barn. 2060096-110415 Productive Lifestyle Farm • Huon River virtual waterfront offering a productive income opportunity • 195 acres on two titles - pasture plus bush • Additional homes, huts and sheds • Three dams plus bore, a well fenced property • Farm equipment and livestock available by negotiation • Less than an hour to Hobart 129 Jetty Road, Waterloo For ale pressions of nterest - losing Date Friday th May 011 ie nspect By Appointment o tact tuart hyment 0 18 88 019 hris rawford 0 09 5 588 J oo er o art 2 11 1/ 5 Murray treet L EDITH CREEK 134 Huetts Rd Large scale irrgated dairy Land area: 473ha Expressions of interest on the whole or lots closing May 26. Harcourts Real Estate Launceston. Refer John Hewitt or Tony McGuire. 6331 6118 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
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