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93 Bethany Road, Tanunda

Price On Application

  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath

An amazing opportunity to secure a prime wine tourism location on land with an historic connection to the Barossa’s origins.

Land: Lot 425 10.9Ha (Approx 27 Acres)
Lot 464 0.9Ha (Approx 2.25 Acres)
Residence: Approximately 232sqm
Zoning: Primary Production (Barossa Valley Region)
Council: The Barossa Council

As a locality Bethany has always had a magical allure within the Barossa Valley. As the oldest settlement in the area it is really the birthplace of the Barossan food and wine culture that has earned a premium reputation on the world stage.

A tightly-held vicinity where land does not often change hands, the lineage of family succession remains evident in some of the neighbouring properties. The past is not to be forgotten here, nor are the endeavours of those who forged the way for others to embrace this new land and thrive.

This is a remarkable opportunity to acquire a substantial land holding at Bethany and become custodians of the heritage associated with this site. The possibilities for tourism development, in particular wine tourism and accommodation, are exciting. Truly unique experiences can be created and offered here, destined to attract both local and international visitors.

Proximity to the capital city of Adelaide, just over an hour’s drive from the Adelaide Airport, is another clear advantage of this locality.

• Located in the heart of the Barossa Valley wine region of South Australia, this was one of the first properties to be settled in the area
• Just minutes from the township of Tanunda, entry is via Bethany Road (Bethany) with a right of way to Basedow Road (Tanunda)
• Tanunda Creek runs through the property; part of the rationale for the original site selection to suit early subsistence farming and primary production.
• Now a private residence, the property operated as a Certified Organic Winery for a decade and many improvments were purpose-built to make and store premium wines, with extensive cellaring facilities and shedding
• A sense of place and history has been retained here by current owners
• The original homestead has been restored and extensively renovated using local hand laid stone to recreate authentic heritage character. Well suited to cellar door, tourism and accommodation conversion subject to consents
• Cellar Door Facility
• Ecotourism
• Corporate Headquarters
• Private Residence
• Development Site
• Luxury Retreat

Has been built around the original homestead, retaining the historical appeal of the property and reflecting the origins of settlement. Emphasis has been given to the importance of this place in the history of the Barossa Valley.

The original homestead was built to overlook Tanunda Creek, offering views and easy access to water. The cellar was dug out into the side of the gently sloping incline, providing natural insulation and cooling.

The homestead currently offers four to five bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a lounge room, an updated timber country kitchen and a huge open-space living/dining area with spiral staircase leading to a loft that overlooks the lower level. A series of French doors open from the central living/dining area on to the verandah, allowing access to the inviting lawn and stunning views outside.

• Built to house equipment when the property operated a working winery but the intention was that it could also be utilised as a Function Centre, with the Tanunda Creek as a backdrop.
• Large gum tree supports have been used instead of sawn timber for visual authenticity.
• There are 4 x front access doors, two bays deep (eight-bay shed), cement floor and power.

• The cellars were created to provide both wine storage and entertaining space and hold an even 22° year round without air-conditioning.
• The new-build (under the studio) was purpose built to be utilised as tasting rooms as well as wine storage. It was intended as a place to hold wine dinners and special events.

• Originally built for use as a winery, divided into six large bays for vehicles, equipment and wine storage.

• Zoned as residential. Suited for the development of tourism accommodation subject to council consents
• Currently planted to some Shiraz and a small orchard
• There is a right of way from Basedow Road to this land, between Booth Transport and Chateau Tanunda

Formerly operating as a winery and vineyard trading as Loan Wines:
Established in 2001, the property operated as Loan Wines for ten years, producing a limited range of high quality regional wines with production of around 1200 dozen bottles a year. Vineyard plantings covered approximately 8.2 hectares.

This property is in a prime location in the hub of Tanunda. I have no hesitation in recommending this opportunity for your consideration. Should you require any further information or wish to discuss any aspect of this report, please do not hesitate to contact.

Homburg Real Estate is favoured with instructions from the registered proprietor’s to offer for sale by Private Treaty. The property is situated at 93 Bethany Road Tanunda South Australia. This Information Memorandum is intended to provide prospective purchasers with the details of this excellent opportunity. To discuss this property or to arrange an inspection, which is strictly by appointment with the Agent only, please contact David Braunack 0418 841 349.
David Braunack

David Braunack
0418 841 349