84 Grants Gully Road, Clarendon SA 5157

This wonderful character cottage is UNDER CONTRACT

Highly sought after, this absolutely fantastic stone cottage captured the hearts of many buyers during the course of our marketing campaign. Who doesn't love an 1840's cottage in Clarendon and as a result the internet hits nearly spun off their dial over the course of the 2 week campaign. The vendors had created a wonderful home rich in style yet sympathetic to its heritage and that together with some great marketing delivered a successful outcome for all concerned. I couldn't have been more passionate about this property or its history and i really want to congratulate the successful buyers on the purchase of one of Clarendon's finest early examples..... I'm very jealous!!


If only these walls could talk.....Circa 1840!!

For those that are immensely passionate about the historic township of Clarendon, it doesn't get much better than this. Built around the time of the town's inception in 1840, 84 Grants Gully Road represents an incredible opportunity to experience the history of this incredible location.... It's just amazing that I can literally stand out the front of this home and be where a photo of a man on a tricycle had his picture taken in 1871.

From the freestone fronted walls, to the ornate style open fire and the feature leadlight windows, this home tells a story around every corner. For instance the well worn step that divides the formal living area to the family room has had many years of wear, yet it just adds so much to the appeal of this delightful home.

The cottage offers 1 bedroom however there's scope to add a second bedroom given the immense size of the family area. There's a great reception area with bar, a sunken formal living room with feature stove, a commercial style kitchen, 1 good sized bathroom plus a large family area with split system r/c air conditioning & wall to wall glass to bathe the home in natural light. External features of this property include a 513sqm allotment, numerous fruit trees including a fig, Pakistani mulberry, Chinese jujube, quince and 4 banana passion fruits. Mains water also supplies a tank for fire fighting and rainwater supplies a second wc. The home also offers a private and secure front entertaining space, which occasionally provides front row seats to the tour down under.