Constructed from locally tooled limestone and featuring red brick quoins, ornate fireplaces and Baltic pine floorboards, this stunning residence, spanning three levels, has stood on a generous allotment of almost two acres of fully-fenced park-like grounds for over 130 years.
With large rooms and lofty ceilings, four to five spacious bedrooms and two cellars, the bay window villa has recently undergone renovations including extensive new wiring, plumbing and has been re-roofed.
Beyond the stately veranda, pergolas and old red brick paved courtyard, the classic-style grounds feature easy-care gardens and lawned areas, meandering gravel paths, stunning fountain and swim spa pavilion.
A purpose-built shed with high access for a large caravan and boat compliments further garaging for four cars, additional storage shedding, aviary, chook run, veggie garden and ample rainwater supply.
Steeped in heritage, Burrang - ‘A great hunting place’ was built by Abraham Graham, manager of the then River Murray Navigation Company who affectionately called this home ‘The little place’... This grand villa is far from little!
What makes this property special?
• Classic limestone villa • Re-roofed • Stunning limestone facades • Ornate fireplaces • Lofty ornate ceilings • Two dry cellars • Up to five double bedrooms • Swim spa pavilion • Expansive shedding • Ample rainwater storage • Generous allotment
Date Built: 1885 Certificate of Title: 5265/600 Zoning: DU Council: Alexandrina Council Rates inc. NRM levy: $3,209.15 p/a approx. SA Water Supply Charge: $74.45 p/q approx. Emergency Services Levy: $138.75 p/a approx.
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