Approx 48 Ha (119 acres) overlooking the town of New Norfolk in the beautiful Derwent Valley, Tasmania. New Norfolk has banks,schools,supermarkets, restaurants, etc, 35 minutes drive to Hobart CBD. Magnificent views looking down the Derwent river on the East, South over the river to the Collinsvale mountains and West looking over the town of New Norfolk and up the Derwent river. The property ranges from 180 to 300 metres above river level and includes six billabongs, one spring fed at the 300m level. Includes 150 metres frontage onto public road, electricity nearby, 50% cleared, 50% bush and scrub. Plenty of wildlife. It was used for beef cattle. Readily accessible home building sites. Zoning is Rural Resources The property identifier number is 9947686 Title reference is 173515/2 The entrance is at 2.0 Km from Boyer road junction with Cockerills Rd. There is a small white tag on a tree showing 199 just near the entrance. TO ENQUIRE ON THIS PROPERTY, PLEASE CLICK ON THE Get In Touch BUTTON, OR THE Email Agent BUTTON OR Contact agent BUTTON.
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