Note: This property is prone flooding from the nearby Elizabeth River and isn't suitable for any residential development under the current planning scheme by the Northern Midlands Council.
Centrally located within the thriving Midlands township of Campbell Town, this 1.772 ha (4.37 acre) property is an ideal hobby farm for the budding 'man on the land'. Neighbouring a tributary creek from the Elizabeth River, the property has been utilized as an agistment option for fattening lambs. Previously the property has grown winter cereal feed upon the fertile soil base.
Access to the property is available at the southern end of the property with fencing in good order to agist any livestock upon.
Campbell Town or commonly known as the 'Heart of Tasmania' is the hub of the central midlands area and features several artisans and antique stores in addition to the conveniences such as the district school, medical and aged care facilities, Service Tasmania, Commonwealth Bank, IGA Supermarket and rural merchandise outlets. In a short time, Campbell Town and the central midlands area have quickly become an affordable option for families, 'first-home buyers or the 'tree changer' seeking a more relaxed lifestyle. Campbell Town is only a leisurely 40 minutes' drive south of Launceston and 1hr 20 north of Hobart.
To enjoy the fruits of your labour by growing your own produce and living off the land, why don't you consider Lot 1 138-144 High Street in the 'Heart of Tasmania', Campbell Town.
Contract to the listing agent, Nick Hay, for a copy of the title and/or arrange an opportunity to walk the boundaries.
Council Rates: $TBA per year. Northern Midlands Council
Land Size: 1.772 Ha. (4.37 acre)
Zoning:19.0 Open Space.
Council: Northern Midlands Council.
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