Eco-friendly lifestyle property attracts international attention in Willunga South
Whether you’re a wine enthusiast, an investor or simply looking for a lifestyle change, this Willunga South property will astound you.
The listing, at 11 Martin Rd, offers an eco-friendly retreat with an organic vineyard and olive grove, stunning accommodation and a luxury residence.
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If that’s not enough, it also boasts a cafe and restaurant, a gallery and a range of olive oil based products.
Sotheby’s International Realty South Australia selling agent Grant Giordano said The Farm Willunga had predominantly attracted investors, given the level of potential on offer.
“What makes this one rare is you not only have a private residence, you also have a very viable commercial aspect as well,” he said.
“It’s currently turning over $300,000 a year, so you’re essentially getting a house for free with various revenue streams.”
Mr Giordano said “the response had been huge” to the lifestyle property, attracting buyers at an international and local level.
“We had a client travel from Beijing for this property,” he said
“The local interest has also been strong, even from interstate we had people come on planes and fly right out.”
The main residence has been split into two separate spaces, one with a kitchen and lounge, a dining and living room, two bedrooms, a laundry and two bathrooms. The second has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen and a living room.
The cafe and restaurant has two levels of attached accommodation at the rear, an oil bottling room and two garages – one with a workshop.
Mr Giordano said the property was being offered as “a true handover”, however didn’t require specialist knowledge to continue operating the business.
“You would need a background in a few things, like a get-up-and-go attitude and how to fill up a bottle with olive oil and take it to the farmers market,” he said.
“You also need to know how to drive your farm ute that comes with the property, but the contracts are already all in place.”
Boasting hillside and ocean views, Mr Giordano said the idyllic setting made the property an absolute standout.
“You can sit at the top of the vineyard and have aquamarine views and be completely at one with nature,” he said.
“Or you can sit out on the terrace and look over the dam at a sunset or walk through the olive trees and see kangaroos and a family of ducks and be transported to the Mediterranean.
“It’s so varied and multi-purposed – what feeling do you want? Here, you can get it.”
The property is advertised without a price guide.