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Sitting nicely in a central rural position in the Barossa Valley, set amongst vineyards and rural landscapes, a leisurely stroll will take you to the famous Barossa Markets and Vintners Restaurant and is positioned just a few minutes’ drive from the main towns of Angaston, Nuriootpa and Tanunda. This property will provide you open space and opportunity.The circa 1951 cottage with cellar needs some tender loving care to bring it back to its best use or utilise the potential to rebuild your perfect home subject to council consents in this fabulous position. The home comprises of three good sized bedrooms one with a retreat/sunroom which could function as an ensuite, a central passage, separate lounge, country style kitchen and a good cellar for your preserved goods. High ceilings and much of the home has its original fittings and good storage cupboards, the wood stove has been updated with a popular ‘Nectre’ combustion heater. The property has an excellent rainwater storage capacity for 37,500 litres which is pressurised through the home.Other improvements to the sight include an outdoor 3m x 6m studio/office, several sheds that include a 7m x 12m, 5m x 5m, 4m x 6m (all are approximate), a large high roofed double carport and sundry outbuildings, stock yards and the original ‘thunder box’.With good shedding and space for more, the remaining bare land will allow you to follow in your desire for a rural living block in this central Barossa Valley position.
In a leafy street this extremely well presented family home at 9 Jacobs St, Nuriootpa is a must see. With neutral tones throughout and big windows, light streams in through the home.The kitchen has an electric cooktop and oven, breakfast bench, double sink, Pura tap, a stainless steel Bosch dishwasher and a range of built-in cupboards.Four bedrooms, the main with walk in robe and bedrooms 2 and 3 have built in robes. The home has two bathrooms including an en-suite as part of the main bedroom.A large outdoor entertaining area is a highlight, with outdoor blinds to either filter the summer sun or keep in the warmth on those winter days, there is room here to put your own stamp on this entertainer’s dream. The undercover area has direct access from the garage.Reverse cycle ducted air conditioning is the source of heating and cooling for the home and a separate split system is located in the main living as well.With parks, local schools and shops nearby, this home is a must see!
This stylish stone fronted home offers a range of features that would you make think twice about building when you can simply move in and enjoy living. With 4 bedrooms, main with wir and large en-suite, a formal lounge/sitting room plus a large open plan family room adjacent to the fully featured kitchen, neutral tones t/out, ducted r/c a/c, alfresco outdoor living, double carport and much more. A must to inspect in this popular estate, don’t miss out.
$389,000 - $409,000
This well proportioned property offers a load of features for a very realistic price range. The home has 4 large bedrooms all with built in robes, 3 living areas, ducted a/c, massive verandahs for outdoor living, double carport attached to a 6m x 9m garage all on a massive allotment of some 1356m2, right in the heart of town. Close to therein street shops, walking distance to the schools and recreation facilities and so much more. A great family property not to be missed!
Currently operating as a quaint and successful B&B, this State Heritage listed cottage (once the old butcher shop of Penrice), was saved from ruin and transformed into a unique residence of luxury, light, style & character that you would be proud to own. Whether to continue as a B&B, have as a handy weekender, or to call home, the choice is yours. The 1840’s solid stone building with its original multi-pane shop front windows has been extended using traditional materials of iron, timber, glass & stone, the theme carried on in the landscaping, fencing & shedding throughout the property. Ancient palm trees planted when the shop was first built still stand beside the verandah today.The interior is of fresh clean lines, large rooms, polished concrete floors, white rendered walls, down lighting & high white painted timber panel ceilings with a harmonious semi open plan flow existing between all spaces, keeping rooms connected yet just slightly separate. A level step up from all other rooms there are two queen size bedrooms one featuring an open fire place, a spacious lounge room in what was the original shop space features solid timber flooring & a trap door to access the huge cellar below. The stunning kitchen is a mix of classic white French provincial style cabinetry, modern stainless steel appliances & magnificent marble bench tops with a sliding café style servery window & double glass doors that open the space to the alfresco life outdoors.Thick marble is extravagantly featured again in the wet areas to the home, cleverly divided into two spaces the bathroom is superbly outfitted, one area as a powder room & vanity for guests with a separate toilet, the other a vast, luxurious space featuring deep bath, glass shower & wide vanity. Glass doors at both ends of the cottages central walkway fill the home with natural light & connect life with the outdoors.A big old peppercorn tree sits proudly in the corner of this historic site with several levels of stone retaining walls & garden beds planted out to agapanthas. The harmonious & easy care garden features tall pines, old palms & locut trees at its perimeter, car shelter, rainwater tanks & valuable second driveway. The original old iron gates still secure the property.In one of the region’s most historic settlements, just a 2 minute drive from the centre of the popular Angaston township, set beside the ‘Salem’ church, this cottage will captivate you with its setting, its history of old & its style of new, a rare historic treasure reborn.
$399,000 - $419,000
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