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TAS Country : September 15th 2011
22 Tasmanian Country Friday, September 16, 2011 Prime farming near Hobart GLENFIELD is a substantial, pro- ductive farm situated less than 30 minutes from the Hobart CBD. Recognised for producing excellent prime lambs, poppy, pea and cereal crops, there is also great potential for horticultural pursuits such as cherries, stone fruits, vineyards and market gardens. On-farm storage of ,ore than 200Ml of water plus access to the Jordan River and access to treated re-use water underwrites any agricultural pursuits. Three centre pivots cover four sites, watering approximately 80ha (200 ac- res). All irrigation infrastructure is in excellent order and is well laid out and well planned. The land is all gently undulating with a predominantly northerly aspect. A comfortable, spacious four- bedroom home is set in sheltered gardens. Views over the farm and Mt Wellington are unsurpassed. Outbuild- ings are all in excellent order and include a three-stand shearing shed and yards, barn, machinery shed, workshop and silos. Glenfield is a very well presented property with an enviable reputation for its productivity. The close proxim- ity to Hobart and to the rapidly developing northern suburbs and Brighton districts indicate the poten- tial for subdivision in the future (STCA and zoning). The mild Mediterranean climate is ideal for horticulture. Hobart airport is only 20 minutes away and a large labour force lives within minutes of the property. Glenfield offers a proven, profitable enterprise together with the prospect of developing intensive new horticultural pursuits and the potential of future subdivision. Glenfield is a most attractive farm in a most attractive position. It represents a rare chance to enjoy a dynamic and profitable farming en- terprise on the doorstep of Hobart. Rural property Honeywood 250 Cove Hill Road Productive mixed farming property, over five titles Land area 173.2ha House: Four bedrooms, brick construction. Tenders invited Roberts Real Estate refer Peter Wade 0417 395 584 2074360-110805 A MEMBER OF THE HARCOURTS GROUP TASMANIAN RURAL PROPERTY PTY LTD RURAL PROPERTY 187 Brisbane Street, Launceston www.tasmanianruralproperty.com.au P: (03) 6331 6118 GLOBAL.NATIONAL.LOCAL.YOU You can own the property selected by Tasmanian Rain www. tasmanianrain.com Australia's International premium water as the most ideal property on which to build its rain water collection facility, surrounded by greater Tarkine Wilderness. Dip Range Regional Reserve and Detention Falls Conservation Area. This 273 acre (110.72Ha) property is situated only 20 minutes from Burnie/Wynyard airport with approximately 200 acres of prime cropping or grazing, excellent irrigation supply, disused 15 unit h/b dairy, 3 bedroom cottage, extensive shedding and lane system. A unique opportunity to purchase an eco-lifestyle or genuine rural property. • 273 acres (110.72Ha) of prime agricultural land • Bordering onto Tarkine Wilderness, Dip Range Regional Reserve & Detention Falls Conservation Area • Guaranteed minimum $30,000 per annum income from water • 3 bedroom cottage, extensive shedding • Excellent water supply from dams, detention river and bores • Areas of native bush including myrtle, sassafras & blackwood $1,500,000 negotiable 110 Masons Road, Milabena - "Greenacres" "Unique Tasmanian Property" WEB ID: TBN2659 Contact David Russell 0418 141 966 Forest Vale Cressy, Northern Tasmania Enquiries to Michael Warren M: 0458 711 755 E: email@example.com 652 ha---1611ac Cropping / Dairy Conversion / Prime Lamb One of Tasmania's best watered properties (4472 ml), with approx. 460 hectares under fixed pivot irrigation and a further 140 ha irrigated via solid set or traveller. 'Forest Vale' has turned off excellent crops of potatoes, poppies, peas, malting barley and Linseed in recent years as well as wintering over 1800 dairy cows. Wonderful fixed improvements including an architecturally designed 4 bedroom modern brick home in a lovely garden setting with in-ground pool, garaging, steel cattle yards, machinery shed, hay barn and thirteen centre pivot irrigators. Long frontage to Brumby's Creek, 30 minutes from Launceston. Auction Friday 30th September 2011 12 noon at 187 Brisbane Street, Launceston Enquiries to John Hewitt M: 0458 711 122 E: firstname.lastname@example.org WEB ID: TRT0090 140 KERGERS ROAD, RIANA GRAZING -- CROPPING $1,600,000 elders.com.au/tas Enquiries to Robert Medwin 0400 554 464 2017517-110916 102.80 hectares (254.04 acres) Very centrally located, only 10 mins. from the Coast. Private location with 2 road frontages and featuring outstanding rural & sea views. 160 acres currently used for crops (potatoes, poppies & swedes) in 7 year rotation.Water from 3 bores, dam, UG 5" mains. 16 paddocks with electric fencing. Approx 210 acres used for livestock. Very attractive 3-4 bedroom brick homestead has great views. Blackwood kitchen, dining, lounge with access to deck. Wood & electric heating. Double garage & bedroom downstairs. Separate workshop, rumpus and garage area attached to the home, BBQ area. 2 barns, machinery shed, stockyard and storage sheds. Potential for tourism enterprise with approx. 20 acres of native bush and creek with waterfall, mountain and sea views. A quality property in a very central location. Elders VJ Woodhouse Ulverstone 46 Reibey Street, Ulverstone, 03 6425 2722 Web ID: 3679923
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