What starts with a gated, gravelled and maple-lined cavalcade becomes a 22-hectare helping of pasture with a creek-lined boundary and a renovated, 1960s home of wonderment...
And just minutes from the spoils of Oakbank, it's quietly impressive.
Quiet; thanks to its idyllic position gathering breathtaking gums-to-hills views while its 7 bore-fed paddocks, 5 with troughs, happily graze approximately 12 head of cattle.
Impressive; thanks to an ivy-clad and rendered 4 bedroom, 3-bathroom, 2-storey home with triple garaging, atrium dining, and twice-blessed architectural additions - its upper level the calibre only Pauline Hurren can execute...
Consisting of a sumptuous master wing, a parents' retreat, Jack and Jill en suite and walk-through robes, it steers a passage to a 2nd loft bedroom (or living zone) should you want to share such spa luxe with others.
At ground level, Tasmanian oak floors line the formal dining and a second lounge/reading nook, but with full-length panes to distract, the stories are better outside.
To surrounds worth exploring; a 20-year collective of paper bark and elm, liquidambar and lavender, retained walls of Carey Gully stone, an ornamental pond with fountain, and a novel use for an old water tank; a temperate wine cellar.
The kitchen, meals and living zone unite with warming elements - a living room combustion fire, the character of the granite-topped timber kitchen's Wellstood wood stove and contemporary Miele stainless appliances.
Towering ceilings and a glass atrium see dinners turn incredibly special - washed down with imposing views.
Every room holds beauty. Plantation shutters or French doors indulge garden wake ups for bedrooms 3 and 4, the study/office gains private garden access, more French doors beneath the stairs, and above it, more glorious light-piercing panes honour the sights as you ascend...
It's captivating and incomparable.
In a township offering you its iconic racecourse, world-class cellar doors and brunch dates some 30-minutes from Adelaide, this is one-of-a-kind luxury with breathing space, productivity and lifestyle.
- 22.05 hectares (approx.)
- 1960-built home with an upstairs Pauline Hurren addition (C2003)
- Tasmanian Oak floors
- Upstairs master with parent's retreat & ducted R/C A/C
- 3-phase power to home
- Secure, 3-car garage with internal access
- 12-station auto-watering
- 5-bay & high-clearance open shedding
- Cattle yard & ramp
- Old apple orchard
- Hay & implement shedding
- Mains & bore water with pump
Adcock Real Estate - RLA66526
Andrew Adcock 0418 816 874
Nikki Seppelt 0437 658 067
Jake Adcock 0432 988 464
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