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Situated in a beautiful part of the Southern Barossa, surrounded by rolling hills and ancient gums comes Tweedies Gully Winery.Set in the foothills of the Barossa ranges, Tweedies Gully Winery is situated on 41.68 hectares (5.71 hectares of vineyard) of spectacular countryside. Planted entirely to Shiraz, the established vineyards are irrigated by the bore (licensed for 8.4 Meg) and produce the fruit for their stunning Tweedies Gully wines. The quantities available for sale each year are determined by the season, there’s high demand and limited availability.A recently built, large tasting room has stunning views over vineyard and the rolling countryside and is equipped with a commercial kitchen and undercover decking. The modern winery is fully operational and is set up to process up to 50 tonnes. There are also barrel storage and implement sheds. The character style cottage is currently used as the winery office while multiple, well equipped sheds are on the property as well as a significant holding of plant and equipment.
$3,850,000 +plant, equipment & wine stock
Located a short drive from all that the Barossa has to offer, while offering peace, serenity and tranquility comes these fantastic allotments at Stonefield on the Eastern edge of the Barossa Valley.With endless opportunities, these allotments provide the new owner the ability to continue cropping, pastoral farming or simply having a large block for weekends away camping and feeling the freedom of having no neighbours for miles and miles!Available as a whole or separately on contingent titles.Allotment 896 – Certificate Of Title Volume: 5819 Folio: 136 – 149.3HaAllotment 894 – Certificate Of Title Volume: 5830 Folio: 4 – 22.3HaAllotment 91 – Certificate Of Title Volume: 5830 Folio: 5 – 20.23HaAllotment 895 – Certificate Of Title Volume: 5830 Folio: 6 – 55.9HaSection 229E– Certificate Of Title Volume: 5835 Folio: 529 – 192.6HaAllotment 893 – Certificate Of Title Volume: 5849 Folio: 423 – 29.53HaTOTAL - 469.86Ha
EOI: Closes 30/10/20 @ 5pm (USP)
Rich in history dating back to some of the Barossa’s earliest settlers, 235 Gawler Park Road, Angaston, a once in a lifetime property is now availableSituated on close to 100 acres of prime Barossa land, the original homestead was built in 1907 and with major renovations in recent years, the home is commanding and features some of the best views anywhere in the Barossa. Showcasing four bedrooms, including a grand master bedroom with a modern ensuite, the further three bedrooms are generous and are serviced by a recently renovated second bathroom. The four living areas include a lavish dining room, lounge, games room and a casual living area, complete with a combustion heater, which flows from the large kitchen. High, pressed metal ceilings are evident throughout the home and a split system air-conditioner along with several fireplaces ensure the home is temperature controlled.The huge outdoor entertaining area and pool have stunning Barossa views which have to be seen to be believed, extensive shedding is evident throughout the property while the custom built bird-proof, fully irrigated orchard is incredible and bears fruit such as peach, apricot, nectarine, apple, grapefruit, lemon, orange, mandarin, lime, park, quince and cherry. Beautiful rose gardens surround the house while the North Para river winds its way through the property and creates a tranquil environment for an evening walk. Over 100,000 litres of rainwater is available as is 3 phase power and solar with a generous rebate.A heritage listed winery – which is believed to one of Angaston’s first, Gawler Park Wines – resides on the property which dates to 1842 where it was purchased by a name synonymous with the Barossa, George Fife Angas. Gawler Park Wines produced several spirits and wines which were made from grapes grown on the property in the old winery buildings which are still standing today.Incredible history, breathtaking views and a stunning homestead – all just minutes from the crown of the Barossa, the beautiful township of Angaston. Don’t miss your opportunity to own a true piece of Barossa and South Australian history. For an Information Memorandum please email firstname.lastname@example.org or collect from our Tanunda Office 88 Murray Street Tanunda.
EOI: Closes 16/10/20 @5pm (USP)
It’s hard to believe you’re within 5 minutes of both Angaston and Nuriootpa when you’re taking in the breathtaking Barossa Valley views at 14 Waechters Road, Light Pass.Perched in a beautiful position on the top of a hill, this contemporary 4 bedroom (plus study) home has an enviable vista over the surrounding vineyards and the valley floor. Situated on a massive 32.53 hectares (80 acres), the possibilities for the new owner are limitless and exciting.The home has been well designed with the master suite, main lounge/living area and bedrooms all positioned to maximise the scenic beauty the property offers. The main bedroom showcases a walk in robe, ensuite and generous living space while the other three bedrooms are large and are complemented by a second bathroom. The kitchen and dining area, complete with slow combustion heater for those chilly Barossa nights, take in the rural view and have direct access from the double garage. A ducted evaporative cooling system ensures the home is kept beautifully cool in summer.The property also features several fantastic sheds away from the main house, rainwater tanks, a large fenced backyard for the kids and dogs as well as an operating B&B on the property which is housed in a beautiful character cottage. Besides the incredible views there is a beautiful red gum studded creek setting for those family barbeques and family gatherings.Opportunities like this are rarely on offer, so please contact David Braunack or Rohan Semmler at Homburg Real Estate for more information.
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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.
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