The rich red soils of the North West Coast of Tasmania have long had a fine reputation for producing crops that supply the local vegetable processers. Here on Port Sorell Road only 8km from Devonport or Latrobe this 100 acres has been utilised for growing poppies, pyrethrum, peas, beans and other crops over the years. There are 2 large dams plus a shared dam on the property which have always provided ample water for irrigation. Cattle yards, barns and other sheds are there as basic infra structure and there are good home sites, some of which would give panoramic views over Bass Strait. A large parcel of land so close to Devonport with its airport and Spirit of Tasmania Ferry Terminal with daily connections to Melbourne is a rarity. For more details or on site inspections call the Sole Listing Agent Tony Hollister at anytime.
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