Adelaide bowling club lands crackerjack $2.975 million sale

Adelaide bowling club lands crackerjack $2.975 million sale
Adelaide bowling club lands crackerjack $2.975 million sale

The former Underdale & Airport Bowling Club site in Adelaide has been bought by a private developer for $2.975 million after an expression of interest campaign.

The developer plans to turn the 189 Holbrooks Road, Underdale site into a retirement village, said selling agent David Ente of Raine & Horne Commercial SA.

The Underdale & Airport Bowling Club was established after the First World War when members were gifted land by a local winery. 

The property came onto the market recently following a merger between The Underdale & Airport Bowling Club and nearby Hindmarsh Bowling Club. The merged club is now known as Torrensville Bowling Club.

“The Underdale site is now surplus to the merged club’s requirements, but unlike the famous movie Crackerjack, starring Mick Molloy, which tackled bowling club closures, Torrensville Bowling Club will use the sale proceeds to build Adelaide’s first all-weather green at its Torrensville site,” said Ente.

“The Underdale property could also have been utilised for an aged care facility or childcare centre subject to the usual consents.”

The property is close to the Adelaide CBD, airport and shopping precincts. 

The existing clubrooms are nearly 485 square metres and the former bowling club is within the City of West Torrens and is zoned as Residential Policy Area 21. 

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