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Built in 1894 and residing on an amazing 10 acres is this unique opportunity to acquire a lifestyle package which is among the Barossa’s best. The beautiful villa is original in many aspects but has been recently significantly renovated presenting the stunning home you see today. Featuring 3 large bedrooms, a central lounge, stunning open plan kitchen with walk in pantry, casual living and dining area as well as two beautiful modern bathrooms. The sun room at the rear and on the northern side of the house creates a gorgeous spot to sit and read and the home is full of character features such as leadlight windows, high ceilings, stone internal walls, decorative ceilings and original fireplaces. Return bull nose verandah, paved patio area and extensive and stunning gardens. Several sheds on the property include high access 30 x 20, high access 20 x 5 double garage, 4 bay implement shed and poultry shed with pens. 4 paddocks, hot wire and cyclone fencing suitable for sheep as well as 2.5kw of solar with a substantial ongoing rebate. An interesting feature of this property is the 100 Oak trees planted with inoculated truffles – with some serious potential returns going forward. The historic barn which is in exceptional order has a multitude of uses including B and B, cellar door, restaurant, art studio or simply revert to animal keeping. 5 separate rooms in the barn include the work shop, big studio, and three separate work areas. Upstairs is a long rectangular shaped character filled room with pine timber flooring previously used as an office and gallery. The flooring in the ground floor is a mix of jarrah and cement.A massive 140,000L of rainwater is plumbed throughout the house and gardens and two bores are located on the property. NBN Fixed Wireless is available to keep the home connected and a central combustion heater heats the home in the winter.In a fantastic location, approximately 8km from Angaston on the Eden Valley road, there is a school bus service available. Opposite the Mt McKenzie hall and situated within a very friendly and caring neighbourhood, a fantastic lifestyle opportunity awaits.
EOI (Offers Considered Over $675,000)
31.26 hectares of productive red gum country, several paddocks suited to grazing sheep, cattle and horses. Well improved with original circa 1880 cottage and second dwelling suitable for renting or B&B. Extensive sheds for plant and equipment, shearing shed and stock yards. A 3.6 ha vineyard with varieties of Shiraz and Riesling. Licenced irrigation from large dam. Overall a complete property offering a country lifestyle in a quiet location close to town and easy access to Barossa townships.
This large 28.5 acreage of beautiful landscapes on the edge of town, with fabulous vantage points for glorious views and areas of seclusion.A place where you can merge into the landscapes of an open field, its natural scrub areas and native fauna while you enjoy the convergence of the Angaston township without even realising it’s there. You are set up with services already to the property where a derelict cottage still stands; just and must be demolished. This allows you to build your new home (stcc) where you can take in the most fabulous vantage point or area to suit your needs. 3 phase power & water is already connected to the allotment to be redirected to your stunning new residence. Your homestead in the making, where you can build on the highland or the lowland, where you’ll be handy to Angaston but feel a world away.
This property is an attractive hills vineyard property, located in the well known Eden Valley wine region. Eden Valley hills area has a cooler climate & is well recognised for the production of quality wines & in particular Riesling & Shiraz. The areas not planted to vines comprise hills grazing land & scattered gum trees & has the potential to carry a number of sheep or cattle.The soils are principally a sandy loam & vary in depth depending on the topography of the particular area & is located in the Geographical area of (Barossa) Eden Valley.The property is located South East of Eden Valley & is approximately 18 kilometres South of Angaston & 72 kilometres North of Adelaide. The property has a road frontage to Rhine Park Road & zoned Primary Production.Improvements• Magnus Colourbond Shed• 18m x 9m x 3.66m high • Spray Shed• 3m x 3m• Rain Water Tanks• 1 x 32,000 litre & 1 x 22,500 litre• Storage Tank• 260,000 litre Rhino Holding TankInclusions : 29 HP Kobota Diesel Motor with pump plus 800 litre diesel tank. Sheep yardsWater Licence : 12,227 KL Surface water / 24,442.0 KL Bore Water / 5,000 KL SA Water Off Peak. SA Water Service.
Situated in the G.I of Eden Valley this 9.5 Ha (23.5 acres) vineyard is planted to Riesling, Cab Sauvignon, Shiraz & Merlot. The remainder of the 50.51Ha (124.81Ac) is ideal for grazing. Other improvements to the property include a cottage with fruit trees, machinery sheds, shearing shed, approx 1.5 Ha if mature olive trees & dams.A great vineyard property that has received accolades for its wines.WATER• 22 Meg dam with 12 Meg water licence• Bore with 7.746 water licence• 20,000 gal squatters tank• 5 stock damsGRAPE CONTRACT• A 3 year grape supply contract with Treasury Wines for $1,500 per tonne over 3 Ha of Cab SauvignonIMPROVEMENTS• Character 9 year old Rammed Earth 1 bedroom cottage with paved courtyard/pergola• ETSA power and phone
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