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TAS Country : June 9th 2011
26 Tasmanian Country Friday, June 10, 2011 Rural property 2017563-110610 www.eldersre.com.au 7,466HA MT MORRISTON, ROSS 18,441 AC 622HA NORLEY, OUSE 1536.96AC LOW COST IRRIGATION POTENTIAL --- CONSIDER SINGLE TITLE SALES "PROVIDENCE" -- 27 BANCA RD, WINNALEAH 143HA--353ACRES--POA--4TITLES 63 Boland Street, Launceston 6332 2305 • 322 HA of operational pivots • 80 HA of plumbed pivot sites including centre blocks • 150 HA low lift pivot site next to pump • Numerous other part arable pivot sites near power and river • 75 Hydrants on underground mains • 470 ML Macquarie River licence. Half share in 7500ML dam • Over 30kms Macquarie River frontage • Red soils, ideal for poppy, potato, cereal crops etc For sale or lease as a whole or in 7 lots as small as 177Ha by Expressions of Interest closing on 30th June. Web Id: 455149 Call Chris Johnston on 0408 355 556 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org This versatile property situated in the picturesque Derwent Valley is for Sale by Expression of Interest closing 30th June. LOT 1-100HA approx LOT2 -- 522HA approx. LOT3 The whole-622HA. With its large 2000megalitre water right sourced from one of the safest catchments in Tasmania and its good soil types, "Norley" has many potential uses. It has successfully grown peas, potatoes, ryegrass, canola, clover seed, poppies and cereals. It has also partly run a winter contract dairy herd, fattened prime lambs and cattle. Cherries grown on another part of the original property are renowned for their size and yields. It has two pivots (100ha and 30ha) and 30 hydrants on 2.5km of underground mains. It also boasts a 4 bedroom house and two cottages. Sale : Expressions of Interest Web Id: 16846 Call Chris Johnston on 0408 355 556 Email:email@example.com • On high pressure section of the Winnaleah irrigation Scheme • 50 ml licence from scheme & more could be purchased • Irrigates 30 acres from farm dam which could be increased •Excellent pivot sites identified & possibly run by gravity • The majority of property in improved pasture and red soils. • Well maintained 4 BR brick house, machinery, hay sheds, laneways & good stock water. Web Id: 455981 GORDON CUFF 0408 500 444 Elders Scottsdale 10-14 Ellenor Street, Scottsdale Ph 6352 2633 Historic superfine wool property, now diversifying into fattening lambs, cattle and cropping Deer farm a flourishing gem SET on the slopes of the Western Tiers, Springfield Deer Farm is being offered on a walk-in, walk-out basis. The successful business has its own abattoirs and processing facilities, certi- fied commercial kitchen and thriving client list. There is a B&B guest cottage for visitors which can sleep five. The 1890s homestead and land is on two titles. On average, the farm runs 400 head of deer. It is the ideal environ- ment for deer to flourish. The farm's produce and the destination are widely known and highly re- spected, having featured on the TV travel show Getaway as well as in national magazines. The only part of the business outsourced is the Springfield venison pies, which are made by a local bakery. The old homestead offers three bedrooms, a spacious kitchen, as well as a dining and lounge area with ac- cess to an enclosed veran- da. The house also accom- modates the commercial kitchen, where the smal- lgoods are processed. An expansive deck at the front of the house is perfect for entertaining. The B&B cottage has cathedral ceilings and is comfortably furnished. MOLE CREEK Springfield Deer Farm Land area: 50.8ha $1-million Sushames Real Estate Refer Neil Colbeck 6423 3000 0429 331 664 Fabulous Federation NEAR Sheffield, the Town of Murals, this medium- sized farming property and home represents a prime investment opportunity. The 1920s Federation homestead and productive pastoral land is on two titles. A slice of the prop- erty is currently utilised for cattle agistment. The homestead features four spacious bedrooms -- or three and an office -- a large lounge room, a kitchen with walk-in pan- try and a dining room. Some of the original fea- tures include high pressed metal ceilings, arched en- trances, fretwork, chim- neys and fireplaces and stone foundations. An- other great feature is the bull-nosed veranda. The homestead is a very solid example of the trade and timber quality of the period. It would be ideal for those wanting to restore the property while adding tasteful modern touches. Rainwater is collected in a 5000-gallon tank for dom- estic use. The 42.4ha is mainly sown down to pasture, with paddocks having pre- viously been sown to fod- der crops. The boundary fences are in good order, with the southern bound- ary between the titles hav- ing just been replaced. Livestock have been con- trolled with electric fenc- ing, although permanent internal fencing would be an option. Outbuildings in- clude a weatherboard garage, barn and small utility sheds. SHEFFIELD 50 Hughes Rd Four-bedroom house House size: 179m2 Land area: about 42.4ha $650,000 Sushames Refer Neil Colbeck 0429 331 664
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