You’ve driven past this 7-hectare valley haven countless times with its planted cabernet sauvignon, chardonnay, and pinot noir grapes, now own it – superbly situated on the globally renown gateway to the Adelaide Hills.
And as word gets out about the new $250 million Hahndorf Township Improvements and Access Upgrade Project creating better access to Verdun, this influential landholding – the first and last destination visitors see on their way back to town – becomes even more lucrative.
With plans underway for a bypass route for freight vehicles, better pedestrian safety, more parking, and the Pioneer Women’s Trail linking Hahndorf to the Verdun roundabout, it’s a location second to none.
Consider a cellar door venture amongst the cool climate vines, sweeping undulation, lake, and wide-reaching hills views where such land can offer invaluable on-site parking.
Even the potential income from the award-winning wineries who’ll likely – or currently – buy the popular grape varieties.
Perhaps you’ll build a home on site – STCC (power and water is easily accessible, but not connected) joining the many lavish residential lifestyle estates that line scenic Onkaparinga Valley Road.
In any case, giving you a surprisingly easy city commute via the South-Eastern Freeway barely 10 minutes from the Tollgate, this is better than good…
It’s the one.
Get to know your well-known neighbours – Sidewood Estate, Maximilian’s Restaurant, Shaw & Smith and The Lane Cellar doors, the bustling Euro-village of Hahndorf and its epicurean delights, and Stirling for its famed village markets.
There are so many reasons it’s special:
Adjacent Maximillian’s Restaurant & cellar door
700m to historic Stanley Bridge Hotel
Opposite Hills Christian Community School
Easy access to water & power supply (not connected)
Vines of cabernet sauvignon, chardonnay & pinot noir grapes
Smack bang on the start of the Adelaide Hills tourist loop…
Can you believe the location – 3kms Hahndorf, 4kms Balhannah, 6kms Oakbank, 8kms Stirling, 10kms Mt Barker, 16kms Toll Gate & 22kms Adelaide CBD – all approx.
Allotment 7 / DP 28709
Hundreds of Noarlunga & Onkaparinga
Council area – Adelaide Hills
Council rates – $1,221.20
Zone – Productive Rural Landscape
Land area – 6.972ha (17.22acres)
Grape varieties – Cabernet Sauvignon 3.0ha / Chardonnay 1.4ha / Pinot Noir 0.23ha
All vines planted in 1994
Paul Clifford 0427 796 144 Raine & Horne Rural SA
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