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27 ha Farm at Pump Station Rd. Forth- Ideal Cropping Land

This property on the Forth River has been used for cropping poppies, wheat, beans, flowers etc since the owner purchased it some 20 years ago. The land is predominantly good red soil, has a westerly aspect and there are stunning views over the Forth Valley towards Bass Strait. There is a small wetlands area and a small area of natural bush. Infra structure includes a 3 bedroom cottage, stables, a barn and other sheds. There is about a 350m frontage to the Forth River (great if you are a fisherman) and there are springs on the land. Town water and power are connected .Other uses of the land could include horse agistment, vineyard/berry fruits or a tourist venture taking advantage of the magnificent views. There may be in the future subject to Council approval, potential to cut the area up into smaller rural residential blocks. Its only about 500 meters up from the Forth Village Bridge and it is 5 minutes into Devonport. Opportunities for large parcels of land less than 10 minutes from both Devonport and Ulverstone don't come along very often. For viewings call Tony Hollister today

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