Situated in Stonewell this German homestead on 7770m2 of land has never been offered for sale in 173 years (five generations).
The property was settled in 1849, a two main room ironstone cottage was built in 1851, Christian Heinrich Roenfeldt then moved his family of eight to a larger substantial home that was completed in 1855. In the 1930's a substantial renovation of the existing home took place with new verandahs, extensions and a strong art deco influence being incorporated into the design.
The home now offers three bedrooms with a study, lounge, country kitchen, formal lounge, two sun rooms, rumpus/games room, wet room and storeroom. The two beautiful cellars will store those magnificent Barossa Reds and be the envy of your friends.
This is an ideal property for the family or possible B&B (Subject to council consent) options which would include the original stone stables. Situated close to the Northern Expressway which gives access to Adelaide & the airport.
TERMS: 10% on fall of hammer, settlement 60 days.