A rare chance to own a piece of history
Set under the canopy of soaring trees and surrounded by antique fruit trees is one of Strathalbyn’s oldest homes and this is a chance to call it your own. Whether you’re looking for a commercial opportunity or a forever home with real character and charm, this historical property is a must-see.
This unique residence is nestled on a large 1914 sqm corner lot with access from both High Street and Rowe Street. The beloved gardens boast over two dozen established citrus and stone fruit trees as well as antique pear and olive trees and an extensive veggie garden.
Inside, the residence has been lovingly maintained with a host of original features including pressed tin ceilings, ornate ceiling roses, large skirting and beautiful fireplaces. Any additions to the property have been done in keeping with the home’s style and heritage.
There are four double-size bedrooms, one bathroom, a kitchen, a dining room and a large sunroom warmed by natural sunshine and a slow combustion heater. Outside, there is plenty of shedding including a rainwater tank that has been converted into a garden shed, a carport, a workshop and a cellar.
CT / 5669 /96
Council / Alexandrina Council
Zoning / Residential/Commercial
Year Built / 1843
Land Size / 1914 sqm
Council Rates / $2,297.80 (approx)
SA Water / $301.60 pa (approx)
ES Levy / $131.00 pa (approx)
All information provided has been obtained from sources we believe to be accurate, however, we cannot guarantee the information is accurate and we accept no liability for any errors or omissions. Interested parties should make their own enquiries and obtain their own legal advice.
Built in Robes
Split System (Heating)
Split System (Air Con)
Room for Boat or Caravan
Vehicle Access to Shed