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This modern home is nestled away on a manageable allotment, in a private setting overlooking vineyard, yet close enough to the main street.Featuring a main bedroom with a walk in robe and ensuite as well as three other generous size bedrooms, all with built in robes, this home offers space and flexibility for the family. A large open living area with a well-equipped kitchen, which features a rural outlook, ensures there is a genuine modern feel to the home and the front of the home has a second living area. The backyard features a fantastic vineyard outlook as well as low maintenance gardens and a garden shed for all the tools and lawnmower. The home also features a double garage with direct access to the home, neutral tones, ducted reverse cycle air conditioning. With the Tanunda main street with it’s vibrant shopping, cafes, restaurants and cellar doors just a short walk away – this home ticks so many boxes and is a must for inspection.
Built in 1917, this stunning character home in the thriving community of Seppeltsfield is beautiful and sits on a huge 6753m2 blockWhile keeping its historic charm, there’s a genuine feel of modern style throughout the home including the modern extension complete with new kitchen, dining, laundry and bathroom. Over the last 15 years, the whole home has been completely renovated to reveal the beautiful residence it is today.As you enter the home, the quality stands out immediately. Beautiful polished remu and jarrah timber floorboards greet you on entry and flow into the main bedroom which is spacious and comes complete with a stunning modern ensuite. High ceilings continue throughout the home and are evident in both the second and third bedroom, which are both large and have built in robes. The lounge area is also generous and features one of the two Norwegian combustion heaters.The contemporary kitchen comes with all the features you’d expect from a home of this quality and also has substantial storage. The dining area which features the stunning, original stone wall leads off the kitchen and flows onto the outdoor entertaining area which is perfect to sit back and enjoy a Sunday morning breakfast or an evening meal. As is common with homes of this vintage, a large dry cellar adjacent to the kitchen provides stable temperatures for your Barossa reds, preserved fruits or homemade jams. The home is temperature controlled by evaporative cooling only air-conditioning which provides year-round comfort while the two combustion heaters provide toasty warmth in the cooler Barossa months. Outside, the home goes to another level with beautifully maintained, magnificent gardens which have been extensively re-planted to bring back the native birds and wildlife that reside in the region. The extensive shedding includes a wood shed, multiple garden sheds and a huge double carport as well as a enviable chook run which is partially shaded by the 3kw of solar panels (can be increased to 5kw). The property has abundant rainwater with approx. 70,000 litres plumbed throughout the home.The property is also home to a huge orchard which features over 20 different fruit trees including apples, pears, nectarines, apricots, peaches and citrus varieties orange, lemon and limes. As you meander through the orchard you reach the top of the block which takes is some stunning views of surrounding Seppeltsfield.An incredible opportunity to secure your piece of Barossa history, this property is a stunning example of early region charm. Located in a flourishing area of the Barossa with world class restaurants, wineries and gin distilleries such as Fino at Seppeltsfield, Seppeltsfield Road Distillers, Appellation at the Louise, Two Hands Wines, Hentley Farm and Whistler Wines all within a stone’s throw from the property. Suiting a range of buyers, this property could be used as a home, a B&B, a weekend retreat and has the opportunity for a potential subdivision (stcc). Don’t miss out on your opportunity to own this stunning piece of Barossa history.
* 793m2 With a wide frontage of 18 metres (approx.).* Beautiful hillside outlook.* Overlooking Angaston Creek and reserve.* Strolling distance to coffee shops, bakeries & restaurants.* Enter via Anton Street.
This lovely home on a huge block of 950m2, with easy side access to the sheds and rear yard overlooks some of the beautiful farming land of Freeling. With no neighbours to one side you will never have to quieten the kids again as they play on the lush lawns!The current owners have put so much love into this property which is evident the moment you step up to the wide timber decked verandahs – perfect for sitting and enjoying the views. From the fully renovated bathroom with simply stunning tiles and timber vanity to the timber kitchen with 900mm stainless steel oven, and the decorative ceiling roses and cornices in the open plan living area, you can see that great care has been taken in the décor and design. Offering three bedrooms, main with built in robes and lovely large picture windows, this really is the perfect home for a small family.Year round comfort is provided by the ducted reverse cycle airconditioning and the ambient slow combustion heater in the large open plan living area. With glass sliding doors from here, step out onto the wide verandahs, or simply enjoy the rural views from the dining table.The front fence is not only a security feature for keeping your kids or dogs inside the yard, but a feature in itself! Designed and built by the current owner, it creates a wonderful first impression of the property and provides great privacy. This really is a property that you need to inspect to experience exactly what it offers when it comes to lifestyle, entertaining and family living. Make the call today, come along to the next open, you won’t be disappointed.
Beautiful character home abounds with charm and has a rich history. Walking through the wide hallway, large bedrooms all with built in robes are positioned to the sides as is the kitchen and glorious formal dining with its ornate fireplace. The hallway opens up to the large living area, complete with polished jarrah floors, French windows and a superb combustion heater. The light filled atrium has a range of purposes, whether it be dining, entertaining or enjoying a drink overlooking the attractive gardens and beautiful water feature. A large dry cellar consistent with a home of this era (which holds up to 50 dozen wines) sits just off the living area. The beautifully established and well maintained gardens will impress and provide a stunning backdrop to this home.
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