$195,000 Sold on 22nd June 2021 for $199,000
Dunnfield Estate Lot 28, Mount Torrens
Lot 28 Dunnfield Estate, Mount Torrens
Welcome to Mt Torrens, a beautiful hills township offering an unparalleled country lifestyle. We have a great selection of building blocks so come for a drive and see what your missing!
• Sizes range from 770 sqm up to 1536sqm
• Prices range from $195,000 - $220,000
• No time limit to build
• Quality controls in place to maintain building standards.
Dunnfield Estate offers the essentials of country life with the convenience of established facilities, cycling, walking trails and all the pleasures of Hills living. Share a brisk morning walk through the new reserve, or ride down the Amy Gillet Bikeway to Charleston or Woodside for a coffee and a catch-up with friends. Explore the surrounding produce markets, artesian food, orchards and fresh seasonal fare from the farm gate. From natural bushland to vineyards, cellar doors to rustic pubs, this scenic district offers a blend of town and country that can't be surpassed.
Weekend delights surprise around every corner as new cafes, pubs, brewing ventures, festivals and markets change the face of the once sleepy Adelaide Hills. Come home to where suburbia gives way to rolling hills and a peaceful community. Is it time you made the move?
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The floor plan included in this marketing material is for illustration purposes only, all measurement are approximate and is intended as an artistic impression only. Any fixtures shown may not necessarily be included in the sale contract and it is essential that any queries are directed to the agent. Any information that is intended to be relied upon should be independently verified.