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16-07-2007, 06:17 PM
18 acres of land and a large 4 bedroom house. 6 paddocks fenced with mesh dog proof wire. Lots of shedding and animal shelters. Water views, main road frontage...great for selling produce. minimal chemical usage last 12 years. Domestic water, and rain-water tanks.
Located in the Riverland region of South Australia.
PM me for more details
Is this your property teela?
Are you all decided and making ready for the big move? :D
17-07-2007, 10:52 AM
Well thats the plan Jez.
We want to head over to Tassie and check out some properties.
So if anyone knows of a nice place in Tassie...prefer 50+ acres, something we can potentialy make a living from, with a house of course. Around the 350k price range, let me know.
Best of luck teela...you should find something in that price range which suits you.
28-07-2007, 06:02 PM
Ok unless I sell my property in the Riverland I aint goin nowhere. So cmon someone buy my block.
Did I mention the water views. Did I mention the large rainwater tanks and all the sheds, the pig sty, the aviary the chook runs and oh yeah the water views.
Last night as I lay in bed all I could here was the swans across the road singing to each other.
I'll even throw in a few chooks free with the sale.
And don't forget those water views.
you need pics teela. perhaps the water v iews.
29-07-2007, 03:04 PM
Use your imagination.
But if someone is seriously thinking of buying the place I'll e-mail pics.
11-08-2007, 06:32 PM
I'd also like to mention I had an article on my property/lifestyle in this months (Aug/Sep) Grass Roots mag, take a look.
14-09-2007, 12:31 PM
Ok folks, I'm itchin to go. Please note...price reduction. I'll look at offers around $270k. Have a look at pics on realestate.com - id number 104247112
14-09-2007, 01:31 PM
I wish I could, Teela, but DH would still have to work in adelaide and the commute would be ridiculous
Good luck tho
22-09-2007, 10:27 PM
How Funny, I've have been looking at real estate for some time now and have had a look at your place in the past, It looks great and just outside my area too, I had thought about moving to the riverland,
I originally wanted to move to Vancouver and buy an apartment and work in the multistory construction game for a while making some good dollars,
After Working in the Barossa I realized that idea was not really for me, I have really good employer here and have no plans to ever work for myself again.
Over the last few years I've really got into the sustainable idea,,
I also read your article last week, when i get established i was looking at getting a few sheep myself, and love the idea of the short haired black sheep,, Does the meat taste any diffrent?
I did some work for Rockford Wines and they have a Garden that supply's his little restaurant, there are allsorts of chickens and ducks running about the place, I got talking to a lady working the garden and she was also the chef, and I asked if their was any taste difference in the chickens, she says the eggs definitely had differences, but never payed enough attention to the meat...
Arnold and Kurt certainly got there 15 minutes of Fame,,
I'm in the process of tryng to buy land and build, when I'm settled i will be getting right into the Garden, would be good to pick your brain, as your in a very similar climate,
The Garden is a bit new to me some not so sucessful attempts at veggies in the past but thats it..
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