Rural Properties For Sale

Rare Offering

51 Peramangk Road, Nuriootpa SA

Situated on a rare 20 acres (8.14 hectares) while only being minutes from town comes this rare opportunity in the Barossa Valley.

This character 1925 galvanised iron home is positioned well on this large block to and is surrounded by approximately 55 olive trees as well as a substantial holding of native vegetation which, along with the rest of the property, has been run organically for the last 28 years.

With extremely easy access to Adelaide & Northern Suburbs, the property has great tourist potential (stcc) such as a cellar door or restaurant. With water and power connected, extensive shedding and a fantastic rural block only minutes from the Barossa’s largest town, there are endless possibilities for the new owners here, don’t miss out!




EOI: Closes 24/04/20 @ 5pm (USP)

Whistler Wines

241 Seppeltsfield Road, Stone Well SA

Whistler Wines is a rising star in the iconic Barossa Valley wine region.
It offers the ideal combination of a picturesque lifestyle property and that of a fully-fledged commercial wine operation.

Key features of the business and property include:
- 32 hectare property, including a 15 hectare vineyard located on Seppeltsfield Road, the Barossa Valley’s
“Golden Mile”
- Picturesque cellar door, functions facilities and commercial kitchen in landscaped grounds
- Temperature controlled barrel store
- Immaculate owner’s residence and visitor accommodation
- 6,600 dozen wine brand with national distribution
and strong direct to consumer sales

The brand has received rave reviews in recent years and its contemporary “Next Gen” range has huge potential in wholesale and retail channels. The superb cellar door and the regular events on site are becoming one of the “must visit” locations in the Barossa. Built from the ground up to an exemplary standard, Whistler Wines offers a turnkey operation in the heart of the Barossa Valley. The rare opportunity to acquire the entire business as a going concern is now available.

Water Entitlements and Infrastructure:
- Barossa Infrastructure Limited – 20 ML
- Storage Dam
- SA Water mains connection

Building Improvements:
- 3 Bedroom solid brick residence including separate visitor accommodation
- Cellar door sales outlet
- Commercial kitchen and visitor amenities
- Temperature controlled barrel store

The foundations for Whistler Wines were laid in 1994 when Martin Pfeiffer planted 5 hectares of Shiraz on gently undulating farming property on Seppeltsfield Road. At the time Martin oversaw the viticulture program for the iconic Penfolds brand. After 28 years with Penfolds Martin decided to go out on his own and in 1997 Martin’s brother Chris joined the business. This enabled further growth of the vineyard which has slowly increased to 15 hectares on the Heysen Estate Vineyard.


Whistler Wines is renowned for its events and the inviting and friendly atmosphere of its cellar door. The open plan tasting room and large tasting counter is surrounded by manicured gardens allowing visitors to relax and enjoy the surroundings over a glass or bottle of wine.

The 190 sq.m building is timber framed and corrugated iron clad with polished concrete floor and a verandah on 2 sides. The building includes the main tasting room, toilets, office and several storage areas.

Adjoining the tasting area is a purpose built commercial kitchen, storage and a toilet block allowing Whistler to cater for significant events which are held regularly on the property and include:
- Barossa Valley Gourmet Weekend
- Summer Sessions
- Curry & Cabernet
- Stew & Shiraz
- Burning Vine
- Australia Day

These events have greatly contributed to the recognition of Whistler Wines and direct to consumer sales.

For an Information Memorandum please email or call into our Tanunda Office 88 Murray Street Tanunda

In Conjuction with Toby Langley
0411 029 844




EOI: Closes 3/04/20

Legendary Barossa

93 Bethany Road, Tanunda SA

Nestled in a lush valley, surrounded by undulating hills, is a prime parcel of land and vines complemented by various structures of historic significance, aesthetic beauty and high utility by 21st Century standards. 93 Bethany Road will appeal to investor, entrepreneurs, visionaries and families alike.

The original settlers of the Barossa sited the property due to fertile alluvial soil. Excellent drainage and the picturesque outlook. The legacy of their timeless work survives in the character-laden dwellings today as evidenced by the solid stone structures retaining exposed timbers and extensive underground brick cellars.

Throughout the years, the owners have committed to adding value to the property as a whole while modernising both the land and the buildings. A revegetation project has protected native species and increased the privacy and serenity of the land. The vibrant ecosystem that thrives around the creek running through a portion of the property supports diverse wildlife such as Rainbow Lorikeets, Kookaburras, Cockatoos, Frogs, Koalas and Kangaroos.

Beyond the property’s unsurpassed natural beauty and tranquillity is its commercial development. Four separate yet intelligently designed land partitions are enhanced with vineyard infrastructure and planted with 4Ha of vines of the highly unique and expressive varietals of Shiraz, Alicante with a further 4.4Ha suitable for planting with a 4 Meg BIL’s licence, set against a backdrop of mature Blue Gun, Red Gums, Melaleucas and Acacias.

Internally the expansive spaces offer incredible scope for boutique accommodation, fine-dining, functions venue, cooking school, cellar door sales, county retreat or even a functioning winery (as was the usage in the past for over a decade)

The 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom and 5 car garage buildings include vaulted ceilings, two loft areas, framing verandas, polished timber flooring, granite kitchen island, a central hearth, 11 separate wine cellars and copious amounts of storage. Further features include French doors opening to the central living/dining area, a 27,000-gallon rainwater storage tank and a smaller 12,000-gallon rainwater and a 4 Meg BIL’s, split system cooling, an implement shed and a winery shed.

This property presents the most unique and prestigious if offerings in one of the worlds famed wine producing regions and most desirable tourism destination being only an hour from an international airport and a stone’s throw from Tanunda’s main street.

All offers invited via Expressions Of Interest, closing Friday 17th April @ 5pm.




EOI: Closes 17/04/20 @ 5pm (USP)

“Doesn’t Come Much Better Than This!”

64 Penrice Road, Angaston SA

The views, the house, the sheds, the land, the package! Everything on offer here is going to impress the most discerning buyer. The stately residence set on approx. 7 acres, occupies the most stunning position atop the hills above the quaint country town of Angaston, in the world renown Barossa Valley. The floor plan of this expansive family home offers both great functionality as well as versatility to suit a wide range of configurations. With 4 large bedrooms, plus a self-contained flat/teenager retreat or potentially a B&B (subj to consents).
Numerous spacious living areas including formal lounge, family room, study areas and more, the options are almost endless. Other features include high ceilings, ducted r/c a/c, walk in and birs, 3 ½ bathrooms, fully featured modern kitchen, balcony, roller shutters, double garage, triple carport, one shed 15m x 9m plus another 9m x 6m, rainwater and much more.
The land is ideal for a few grazing animals, maybe a horse or as a great place for the family to roam.
Situated just a few minutes walk to the Angaston Main Street, where you can take advantage of township convenience, with restaurants, hotels, shops, doctors surgery etc , then return home to your beautiful rural retreat.
This is truly a stunning property, you wont want to miss.




EOI over $935,000

Incredibly Rare Vineyard Opportunity

Lot 201 - 981 Light Pass Road, Vine Vale SA

David Braunack from Homburg Real Estate is proud to present Ahren’s Creek Vineyard which comprises of 22.3 hectares in Vine Vale, the smallest of the sub-regions of the Barossa Valley, considered by many to be the very best of them all.

The sandy, wind-blown soils on top of clay are perfect for Shiraz, Grenache and Cabernet Sauvignon. The old vines were planted by Heinrich Gerhard Ahrens and his family who immigrated to the Barossa in 1837, who first planted the vineyard in the 1840's. This included the current 6 acres of 1840's Grenache which are among the oldest producing vines in the world.

This rare opportunity comprises;
- The chance to gain a strategic foothold in one of the most tightly held wine regions in Australia
- Approximately 22.3 hectares of valuable terroir
- Approximately 19.26 hectares of vines, some over 145 years old
- An historic site in the epicentre of the region
- Bore water entitlements and BIL water

An Information memorandum can be collected from our Tanunda Office.

Expressions Of Interest

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