43 Turkey Farm Road
Glengarry, TAS 7275
Key property information
Map of 43 Turkey Farm Road
Diverse lifestyle property, income & water
The property provides boundless opportunities; a private oasis and/or business, the choice is yours.
Currently generating multiple streams of income through;
Hazelnut sales- wholesale, retail (markets) and online
Contract processing and drying for outside customers
Hay and silage opportunities
Future income from a globulus plantation
A large 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom family home is nestled in a pleasant wallaby-proof fenced garden. A chook run, established fruit trees and vegie patch provide the start of self-sufficiency. With expansive views across the orchard and surrounding hills and mountains, well positioned to capture all day sun, you may never want to leave home.
A double carport and various outbuildings compliment the property, further described in the information memorandum.
10M dam and reliable bore (fully spec'd)
Suitable for Tourism (STCA) with main highway frontage
3 phase power
Solar panels and a 14kw battery support mains power
Approx. 37Ha pasture suitable for running livestock
Automated irrigation to entire 10Ha orchard
Optional machinery and stock negotiable
Glengarry is approximately 30 minutes from Launceston via the West Tamar Highway and around 45 minutes to Launceston airport and Devonport. Conveniently located around 5 minutes from Exeter with its speciality shops, cafes and schools.
This property is situated close to the Tamar Valley Wine Route & along the tourist route with some of Tasmania's best produce on offer. Whether you are looking for the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle, or have dreamt of the perfect lifestyle property where you can run a business while you look after the family, look no further than your very own slice of Tasmanian paradise. We welcome you to inspect Tamar Valley Hazelnuts and if you're lucky you might even get to sample the produce!
For all enquiries, please contact Roberts Real Estate Tamar Valley.
Property ID: 503204982Last Updated: 3 Dec 2019