Rhine park homestead, a magnificent Bluestone residence of some 12 rooms built in the 1860's on a grand scale is nestled among beautiful country park like settings with stately red gums and moss covered granite outcrops, together with the attractive countryside, rolling hills and views of the Barossa rangers as the back drop, other historic buildings, barns and a second home comprising of 3 bedrooms simply frame only a small part of what this property has to offer.
Wide covered verandahs flow around the residence to provide ample shade for alfresco entertaining and places to retreat to for quiet contemplation, no matter the weather, sit on the pool side and take in the views that surround this historic homestead, this is a life style on grand proportions that we could only ever dream of until now.
The sale of Rhine Park represents a rare opportunity to purchase one of South Australia's early homesteads in top condition for the age and so close to Adelaide.
This grand homestead once owned by the Murray's was home to one of the finest Quarter horse Studs around, since 1912 the property has been used for grazing sheep and cattle with some cropping.
This unique and exquisite residence lies within easy reach of Adelaide approx. 80KM and a short 20KM to Angaston and Mt Pleasant, with some school bus services available. This makes it a manageable property with great schooling options.
Rhine Park Homestead
1860's Blue stone, 12 main rooms, 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 6 living areas
Separate retreat or play room
Extra wide central hallway
Original features throughout, approx. 15' ceilings
Re wired and plumbed in 1979
Original fire place, concave cornicing, Baltic floors, mahogany panelling
Large updated laundry, outside toilet
Country style kitchen/ diner
Established gardens, mature trees
Separate title 1HA
11' ceiling's, open fire place
Kitchen / dining
This property has its own title and set on a small parcel of land, the home requires renovating and offers a possibility of a small income once renovated, with the option of management quarters also a possibility
Comprising of some 135.4HA (334AC) approx.
Fenced into 11 paddocks
Used for grazing, and some cropping
Approx. 2.5 sheep to the AC
Fencing plain wire and barb, has been electric at one point
Soil ranges from sandy loam to heavy loam and some rocky outcrops
Stone wool shed with new roof, was 4 stand plant currently as two stand
Blue stone shearers quarters, ( would make for good B&B)
Cattle yards and loading ramp
Stone stables with cobble stone floors
Stone hay barn
Water supply water tanks 220KL
Bore, 300' deep, pumping approx. 300gph
Mains water running past driveway, (previously connected)
Due to the versatile nature of the property and high percentage of arable land, the property could be equally suited to livestock grazing, cropping enterprises or re-established as a horse stud as it once was. The opportunity are endless and properties of this calibre are a rare find. Call Leonie Simmons for a time to view this piece of remarkable history.
|Location & services||Nearest Town: Eden Valley, Schooling Primary: Angaston, Schooling Secondary: Nuriootpa|
|Approx year built||1860|
|Property Type||Grazing, Rural Land, Sheep & Cattle, Arable, Cereals|
|House Details||Lounge Room, Family Room, Kitchen and Laundry|
|Heating / Cooling||Heating / Cooling|
|Chattels remaining||TV aerial, Curtains|
|Fencing||Fencing - Type & Condition: Good condition pain & bard|
|Present Condition||good grazing land with some cropping|
|Water supply||Mains may be availible, Bore (Cap: 300GL Per Hr, Depth: 300 Feet)|
|Dams||Springs x4, Registered|
|Access & tracks||Yes|
|Production||DSEs (Sheep: 2.5 Per AC appart)|
|Sheds||Haybarns: Yes old stone, Other Shedding: Yes|