Bluestone settlers cottage at Mount Torrens sold for $605,000

Staff reporterDecember 6, 20160 min read

An 1860 bluestone settlers cottage at Mount Torrens has been sold for $605,000.

Located at 12 Sinkinson Road, the property features two large bedrooms with French doors to the gardens.

It also has its original stringy bark floors and high raked ceilings to the cosy lounge with its fireplace.

Other highlights include a large renovated kitchen with stainless appliances and adjoining meals area with large open fireplace.

The bathrooms has been renovated to be spacious and features an exposed stone feature wall, Red Gum vanity, large glass shower alcove ad corner spa bath.

It also has a large cellar for wine storage.

Situated on 4.8 acres with two titles, the 10 well fenced paddocks the are suitable for horses, Alpacas or wide variety of other livestock.

Mature Elm, pear and apple trees also dot the beautiful landscaped grounds with winter creek and mature rose gardens.

The property is close to Mount Torrens township, Lobethal and within easy reach of Adelaide and the Barossa Valley.

The property was offered by Harcourts agents Paul McWilliam and Marie McWilliam.

Staff reporter

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