Offering an opportunity for a hills lifestyle with options to pursue pastimes and interests, also with business potential for the astute, this property of almost 30 acres is on the market after being held in the same well known family of nurserymen over generations. Arriving at this bush hideaway just a few minutes from the township of Uraidla, the heart of the property is nestled at the bottom of the gully alongside a creek and a dam surrounded by garden. With countless features, now is the time for a new generation to consider the potential to value-add or create new and reap the rewards.
The three bedroom home with multiple living spaces has a welcoming feel. Surrounded by garden the outlook is lovely. The kitchen and dining area boast a sunny northerly aspect overlooking a paved terrace and lawn area. A separate cabin offers a space to retreat and with a little work could be configured as a lovely studio. The garden is filled with camellias and plants, some rare, which have been collected by the family over years. The garden below the house has also been the venue for a family wedding ceremony with roses and box hedging perfect on the day.
Space for pets and animals, the numerous sheds may also appeal to collectors, hobbyists or market traders. The horse float, caravan and Winnebago can be safely undercover when at home. Explore the possibilities of the potential of the large levelled area for an arena or add a marquee for an event.
Take a short drive into Uraidla for necessities from the Bakery and enjoy the lovely country pub feel of the Uraidla Hotel or a pizza from Lost in the Forest. Local produce is available roadside in Summertown and Piccadilly while there is so much happening throughout the Hills. A trip to the city or suburbs is easy down Greenhill Road. For some, embrace a tree change, for those in the know seize the opportunity. This offering has the potential to be life changing.
The property comprises an 11.8 hectare parcel of land with a 3 bedroom home. 3.1 hectares is cleared and previously developed as a plant nursery with associated outbuildings including sheds and glasshouses and irrigation to them. The balance of the land is hilly with attractive native eucalypt forest with shrubby understory.
Built circa early 1970s 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 3 living areas Master bedroom with ensuite, WIR, parquetry floor Modern kitchen with Miele dishwasher & exhaust canopy, Baumatic 900mm wide stove with gas 5 burner cooktop & electric oven, pantry cupboard with slide out drawers, glass splashback Generous storage, built-ins to bedrooms 2 & 3. Large laundry doubles as mud room with built-ins Ducted underfloor gas heating in all rooms (except rumpus & wet areas) 2x split system air conditioning (owners explain they are rarely required)
Cabin (currently not in use)
Timber frame Open plan with kitchenette, bathroom & mezzanine
Well established old plantings Substantial paving, terracing & paths Creek setting English style glass house
Licence no 114388 for 39,466 kL entitlement from the Western Mount Lofty Ranges Surface Water & Prescribed Wells Areas for Irrigation & Frost Control Purposes Underground water of high quality. (The property shares same aquifer as local well known spring water supplier .capacity dam at Sixth Creek 100,000 litre (22, 000 gallons) rainwater tank
2.5 hectares of levelled area with 9.300 m2 of remaining growing houses, 2,800 m2 of shade covered growing shelters. 3,120 m2 levelled, irrigated space suited to outdoor storage of potted plants Number of sheds including: 750 m2 former packing shed with office area, 485 m2 area has high clearance. Original packing shed 370 m2 plus 139 m2 mezzanine with high clearance in non mezzanine area Numerous small sheds related to the nursery operations including those which housed plant or equipment plus stores. Toilet block. Fuel bunkers
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