Coast hits the spot for crops
BOISDALE on the NorthWest Coast enjoys a great position with magnificent views to Bass Strait.
Boisdale is used for vegetable cropping, prime lambs and cattle.
Comprising four titles, the farm includes a four-bedroom home, a cottage, a two-bedroom unit, shearing shed, machinery sheds and outbuildings.
Two thirds of the land is volcanic red basalt soils with the balance grey loams.
Boisdale has in the past rown potatoes, peas, beans and poppies. Approximately 23ha is under pivot irrigation with the balance irrigated by hard hose. The farm has a 350ML take of high-surety water, 58ML of dam water and 1100ML of bore water.
Boisdale is in a closely held area and has been owned by the same family since 1969. Port Sorell is minutes away. Expressions of interest close on November 28.