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TAS Country : October 13th 2011
16 Tasmanian Country Friday, October 14, 2011 Country Living Coastal living at its best THIS two-storey double brick home of four bed- rooms is located on 14.747ha. The home has been built to catch the sun through a vast expanse of windows, from the open kitchen fac- ing east to the living and dining area facing north. The spacious master bedroom leads to a balcony where you can relax with a cup of tea, taking in the ambience of the day with views of Bass Strait and the farm. The views along the coastline are astonishing. The home was formally used as the local post office and features a staircase from the old Latrobe bak- ery. The old double-storey building outside the main yard was the church for the district. The home has a secure, large garden featuring trees and a colorful array of shrubs, with roses, lilies and waratahs adding colour and vibrancy to the home. The selection of oak and macrocarpa pine trees give shade while the cool breeze flows through dur- ing the summer. There's an established orchard of fruit trees in- cluding apple, plum, pear, peach, lemon and olives as well as a small vegie garden and chicken coop which, all of which sup- plies fresh produce the year round. There are eight fully fenced paddocks. Each paddock has water for stock, with trees planted for shade and shelter. Most of the internal fences are treated posts, barb and ring-lock wire. A small creek on the eastern side of the property flows six to seven months of the year. The land has been fertilised regularly, with the lush pasture now supporting cattle. There are a number of buildings on the property and the largest, the old shearing shed, has been used for storage. The disused dairy shed is used for dry storage of firewood. Next to the dairy are stock yards and a loading ramp. This property is central- ly located at Lillico, within equal travelling time and distance of Devonport or Ulverstone and could be suitable for those wishing to establish a new rural or lifestyle enterprise. LILLICO 15 Lillico Rd Historic coastal farm Land: 14.7ha House: Four bedrooms, one bathroom $695,000 Sushames Real Estate Les Ralph 0400 900 664 MT ROLAND LOG CABIN Be amazed by the serenity and sounds of the bush that abound from this sturdy log home built to last into the next century; located on 8,541 M2 of park like setting. Robert Sushames 0419 002 222 $ 305,000 3797 MEANDER VALLEY ROAD, EXTON Auction on site 22nd October 2011 11am. Central Northern Dairy 120 hectares (300 acres) of productive free draining alluvial river-flats, and undulating slopes, 37 paddocks. Has milked up to 300 cows 20 aside herringbone. Potential for increased output through feed and irrigation options. With a comfortable four bedroom home. Good Sheds. Location minutes either direction to Westbury or Deloraine, and approximately 20 minutes to Launceston makes access to a range of services and education options easy. Neil Colbeck 0429 331 664 BARRINGTON VIEW VINEYARD 1.3 Ha overlooking Lake Barrington. 23 rows mature vines planted 1997. Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Gewurztraminer. Prime tourism position and opportunity. Neil Colbeck 0429 331 664 $210,000 STONE HOME -- FASTIDIOUSLY DETAILED Privately tucked away just out of town this 42 acre title has unique and quality constructed 3 bedroom stone home. Currently grazing cattle and sheep. Very sheltered. Railton. Neil Colbeck 0429 331 66 $495,000 RURAL & SEA VIEWS Located within a 10 minute drive between Devonport and Ulverstone, 12.33 hectares (30.5 acres) of elevated quality soil class , town water with Jones Creek on the boundary and hydro power along the northern frontage. Robert Sushames 0419 002 222 $425,000 GST may apply www.sushames.com 153 William St, Devonport 6423 3000 AUCTION 2006496-111014 tasmanian private realty email@example.com - www.taspr.com.au 14 main street, huonville ph: 62 642 888 cygnet cherry farm • 90 acres approx, wiwo • fully productive cherry orchard • excellent return on investment Cygnet $1,600,000 • self sufficient for water • packing shed, full orchard management • approx 18,000 cherry trees 2020556-111014 OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS! • Immaculate family home on 4.113m2 parcel of land • 4 bedrooms 3 with built-ins main with en-suite • Centrally located kitchen with living areas each side • Breathtaking spectacular coastal & ocean views FOR SALE ffers ver 410 000 VIEW by appointment 14 erinda rive lverstone CONTACT Brett ohnson 04 25 130
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