With one of the largest homes most will see, valley views and high rainfall cropping land – this property has the wow factor.
Boasting 1040 square metres of house, 8 bedrooms, 4 with ensuite and walk in robes, the floor-plan caters for larger families or farm stay accommodation.
Modern features include underfloor heating throughout, jarrah floorboards, 12-foot ceilings, wide hallways, ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning, a pool room and an underground cellar with internal access.
The dining room seats 20 guests and the study is large enough for four staff and desks.
It does not take long to see no expense has been spared in the establishment of the home.
The kitchen boasts stone bench tops, central island, walk-in-pantry and European appliances with a choice of casual eating areas and casual lounge.
There is a double garage with internal access and auto roller doors, as well as a Colorbond shed close to the house to fit all vehicles and a few trucks.
The three-stand shearing shed, with yards and implement shedding is located about 1 kilometre from the main homestead.
A second home exists on the property – but further discussion with the council is required for its long-term existence.
The property produces hay for round bales and consists of 80 per cent arable land with three paddocks designated for grazing.
Fencing throughout the property is first-rate, as is the cattle yards with a weigh station and every paddock has a bore-fed stock trough.
The property is in the Barossa geographical indication and is suitable for vineyards.
Everything on the property has been done to the highest of standards.
It is located commuting distance from Adelaide, 30km to the Adelaide Hills and 20km from Angaston, with school bus services available.
An inspection is highly recommended.