For Sale

412A (114) Old Norton Summit Road, HORSNELL GULLY


(Adj Norton Summit) Unique Lifestyle Property & Grand Design Opportunity - ON TOP OF THE WORLD


Amongst the koalas and the singing kookaburras. This is an outstanding and rare
opportunity to purchase a large parcel of land (one Title) 7.15HA (18 acres approx) only 15 minutes from Adelaide CBD – enjoy all the solitude of the Adelaide Hills without the commute.

The property, only changed hands twice in the last 100 years, offers breathtaking and spectacular country vistas. It neighbours Horsnell Gully Conservation with its many walking trails, and the Giles National Park with further views towards the Norton Summit primary school and the Historic Playford family cherry property.

For those looking for an elite property location, opportunities like this, in the tightly held Horsnell Gully/Norton Summit area don’t come by often. Site prepared to build your own grand design. Absolute privacy and fabulous views.

This wonderful land holding is extremely close to the small historic township of
Norton Summit with its church and post office (both heritage listed), the 1870’s built two storey Scenic Hotel and a wonderful primary school, all within close distance.

Perched high above the junction of the old Norton Summit Road as it meanders down from the Scenic Hotel and looks north views down the valley with its cherry tree orchards.
South east views towards and over orchards to the Norton Summit primary school and also bordering Horsnell Gully Conservation Park.

History - was once a "horse and buggy" cherry orchard with dry stone walls built early in the century.
Present - Contains some bushland and cleared land.

Improvements - Large cleared area - ideal house site.
With infrastructure in place, ready to build.

Road access - well made limestone road with gabion stone walls and drainage.

Zoned hills face to Adelaide Hills council.


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