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AN executive home on 4.5 hectares is for
sale at Onkaparinga Hills.
Only minutes from Colonnades Shopping
Centre, the property is perfectly situated in
the foothills of the southern Mount Lofty
Ranges, taking in views across the coast.
Once a very productive strawberry farm, the
property has a dam, historic stone-lined well
with a fully equipped Honda powered Davey
pump and 150,000 litres of rainwater storage,
supplying the house and paddocks.
The property was set up for horse agist-
ment, with four-stable complex and day yards.
The Onkaparinga Gorge and Heysen Trail
lie behind the property, offering riding trails,
and Morphett Vale Riding Club is only a short
float trip away.
The double-clinker brick with timber-rake
ceiling homestead is 235 square metres, with
four bedrooms, the master featuring a walk-in
robe and ensuite.
Two double bedrooms are located at the
eastern end of the home with their own sepa-
rate toilet and bathroom. Both have built-in
The stylish kitchen features Australian oak
cupboards, granite bench tops and Kleenmaid
A large formal lounge and dining room, sep-
arate meals area and rumpus/games room or
office complete the home, which has reverse
cycle air-conditioning, ceiling fans and com-
Outside is a huge patio with high-pitched
ceiling, built-in BBQ, ceiling fans and lights
along with a gas-heated, fully fenced, eight-
person inground spa.
A bitumen and curbed driveway leads to
two undercover car spaces under the main
roof. Improvements include a three-bay
garage/workshop and a hay shed.
Inspection is encouraged to truly appreciate
the impressive home and idyllic location.
Price Guide $705,000-$750,000
• Need to know more?
Magain Real Estate Happy Valley, Danielle
Comer 0431 560 402.
Great foothills lifestyle
This 235sqm home for
sale at Onkaparing
Hills takes in views of
the southern coast and
(inset) the Australian
oak kitchen with
Woodside East / Harrogate
65 Appleton Road
Is it time to seek a bit of tranquillity....get away from the hustle and bustle
of day to day life? If the answer is yes, and you want to establish an enviable
lifestyle for you and your family, don’t hesitate and take a closer look!
Just imagine....while your dream home is being built you can very
comfortably live in this fully renovated 2 bedroom weekender, complete with
brand new kitchen, bathroom and air conditioned living area. There is even
a double garage or workshop.
Privately positioned along this country laneway you will enter via a beautiful
front gate and follow the purpose built roadway to the weekender. You are
surrounded by picturesque big gum country with a pleasant blend of gently
undulating land ideal for your own herd of cattle. Ample shelter is provided
for the cattle with extensive tree plantings and the outlooks are magnificent.
The land is divided into 9 paddocks all with water, cattle yards, crush and
loading ramp, solar pump, irrigation pump, 3 water tanks (22,000L), 4.9ha
irrigation licence, 3 dams including a mammoth main dam and an average
rainfall of approximately 650mm per annum.
So take advantage of this opportunity to buy, develop further then enjoy both
the excellent lifestyle on offer now as well as the financial rewards in the
PRICE: $750,000 – $825,000
Andrew Adcock 0418 816 874
Phone: 8388 4777 www.adcock.com.au
Ellesmere – 67.55 Hectares (166 Acres)
Think how great it would be,
to be living here...
WOOD’S RIDGE stage 1
29 Cadell Street, Goolwa
P: 08 8555 2214
F: 08 8555 3709
For Further Information Contact The Sole Selling Agent:
Bill Barton 0438 826 236 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
13 fully serviced residential allotments (STC) prime location close to
bridge, over looking country living allotments.
Chauncey’s Line Road
Rare Acreage at Dirt Cheap Prices!
•8 Rural Blocks 60ha – 83ha (approx. 200acres)
•Limited mains water
Only 4km from Strathalbyn/Callington Rd, 20 mins from Mt Barker
For further information call
James Sexton 8398 2222 or 0418 827 669
email@example.com RE/MAX Hills & Country RLA: 63301
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