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TAS Country : April 5th 2012
Friday, April 6, 2012 Tasmanian Country 17 DAIRY PLAINS 122 Bankton Rd Dairy, cropping, vegetable or beef production Land area: 396ha $4,500,000 Elders Real Estate Devonport. Refer David Robertson 6398 8515 make it a viable workhorse or holiday retreat part of versatile Dairy Plains property BANKTON Farm comprises 396ha of high-quality land in the renowned Dairy Plains area. The property has supported a diverse range of enterprises --- including dairying, cropping, vegetable, beef and sheep pro- duction --- and now supports an intensive agistment business. Some 220ML of water storage, two bores (1.9ML/day), 136ha with underground mains and 172ha with underground drain- age just add to the appeal. A wonderful homestead coupled with a workman's cottage and shedding com- pletes the check list for prospective purchasers. The immaculate five-bedroom brick veneer homestead is set in a beautiful established garden. It features formal lounge room, dining room, nicely appoint- ed kitchen, office, sewing room, sunroom, store room, pergola, courtyards, garden shed, tennis wall and poly water tanks. There is also a very nicely appointed two-bedroom cottage of 73sq m, perfect for a worker or visitors. The property is 270m above sea level on gently undulating land and has four main soil types -- 120ha loam, 20ha clay loam, 180ha black clay, 75ha peat. Annual fodder harvest is 145 bales of silage, 2500 tonnes pit silage and 2000 bales of hay. The improvements on Bankton Farm meet all the requirements to manage a high-intensity grazing operation. Nearly every paddock has gravel lane- way access to timber/steel and concrete cattle yards and 34 paddocks --- most bordered with native vegetation or Bentham pine --- are set out for easy subdivision with portable fencing. There is a sealed road to the homestead and sheds and yards. Other improvements to the property include a machinery shed, workshop, sheep and cattleyard, manager's accom- modation and shearing shed. Past cropping history was based on 20ha onions/potatoes, 45ha poppies and 80ha peas. There has been little cash cropping for the past 15 years. 2016145-120316 elders.com.au/tasmania "BANKTON FARM" 396.1 HA (979 AC) MOTIVATED VENDORS FOR SALE $4.5M Cnr Richard Street & Airport Road, Breadalbane 03 6398 8505 Contact: David Robertson Greg Harris Robert Medwin Web ID 4053473 0417478159 0409799960 0400554464 Email: email@example.com • 43" rainfall area, 17kms from Deloraine. • 136 ha laid out with underground mains (9 to 6 class 9) and hydrants (48). • 4 dams combined capacity 220ML (3 catchment and one Turkey Nest). • 2 Bores : Bore 1. 0.85ML/day (equipped), Bore 2. 1.10ML/day (9 inch casing not equipped). • 172 ha underground drainage via clay and ag pipe mains back filled with crushed blue metal, cross hatched with mole-drains. • Carrying 1350 yearly dairy heifers, 700 rising two year olds, 900 cows through winter. • Immaculate five bedroom brick veneer homestead set in a beautiful established garden, also a very nicely appointed 2 bedroom cottage (73 sq.m) perfect for a worker or visitors. • Well-equipped cattle yards, extensive gravelled laneway system to nearly every paddock. • Two Titles (114ha and 282ha) will sell separately. Generous vendor terms and valuations available TAP. Agent Comments: Highly recommend for inspection, the appeal and quality of "Bankton Farm", can only be appreciated first hand. Real Estate Promoting commercial and residential rural property sales Land release, building blocks and auctions statewide and interstate Call Carolyn or Tra cey • Ph: 6230 0640 • Ph: 6230 0752 • Fax: 6230 0766 firstname.lastname@example.org 2008692-120330 2059922-120406 www.eldersre.com.au Elders Ulverstone 46 Reibey Street, Ulverstone, 03 6425 2722 "Broadmore" 403 Preston Road, North Motton Intensive Cropping - 122 Hectares (302 acres) Well known Coastal property with history of quality crops and livestock on 2 titles. Currently cropping over 36 hectares of pyrethrum on mostly level top quality Basalt soils. Approximately 25 hectares of Eucalypt plantation. Balance regrowth bushland. 3 licenced irrigation dams and frontage onto the Gawler River. Underground mains service the cropping area. Numerous farm buildings and yards. Under instructions from: APF Properties Pty Ltd Auction to be held ON SITE Thursday 10th May At 12.00 noon AUCTION Further details & inspection: Robert Medwin Mobile: 0400 554 464 Email: email@example.com
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