charmer where the living is easy
AN easy two-hour drive from Adelaide, on southern Yorke Peninsula near the township of Minlaton a new country lifestyle awaits.
The paradise comprises 8ha fenced into six paddocks – half with deer fencing.
The property is run as an alpaca stud but the also lends itself to running horses, deer, emus or kangaroos along with standard farm stock.
There are two good-size shelters for the animals, water to each paddock and a dam.
The property is close to Minlaton where there is a good medi cal and 24-hour emergency centre along with aged-care units, hostels and a nursing home.
Good shopping and schools are available and the beaches of Spen- cer Gulf and Gulf St Vincent are a short drive away.The property is a four-bedroom, two-bathroom home with studio. There are three living areas and two large outdoor entertaining areas, one as an enclosed rainforest with fountain and fish pond.
There is a sunken lounge at the front of the house, a family room in the main living area and a large home theatre/rumpus room with a built-in bar at the rear of the home.
The main bedroom has a bay window, walk-in wardrobe and en suite while the large second bedroom has built-in wardrobes.
Outbuildings consist of two sheds, one 20m x 30m and the other 30m x 40m, with good height clearance for boats, caravans or horse floats.
Mains water is connected and there is a 28,000-litre rainwater tank. Internet service is connected to the home.
At the rear of the house, there are fruit trees and a vegetable patch. For shade and appeal, hundreds of native trees have been planted around the property.
Agent Peter Tonkin says there is an opportunity for the buyer to negotiate some alpacas in the sale.
‘‘This magnificent Yorke Peninsula property must be seen to be appreciated,’’ he says.
Inspection is by appointment.