The magic of ‘Yangennanock’; a C1860 Carey Gully homestead in an award winning setting on some 28 acres…
Where Richardson Road reaches its secluded conclusion, ‘Yangennanock’ – the C1860s Carey Gully homestead on some 28 acres – captures its rolling vineyard vista, paddocks, American style barn, stables, arena, heated infinity pool and award winning gardens with a rare sense of magic.
It’s long standing owners deserve much praise for preserving, embellishing, extending and improving a 4-bedroom piece of Piccadilly history that once graced the glossy pages of Country Home Ideas Magazine – and makes a strong case for one of the most beautiful settings we’ve seen. Ever.
Whether it’s the perfectly manicured garden beds and meticulous hedging, the hand laid tessellated tiles and repointed stonework of its storybook facade, or its lime washed floorboards and French provincial kitchen within…
It’s a picture that only craftsmanship (some of it a dying art), planning, expense and the sheer act of time can create – pieced together with a hardiness to make it practical and precious in the same light-filled breath.
Those timber floors, thick stone walls and soaring ceilings frame a flexible mix of bedrooms and living spaces – including central open-plan family room, dining room, master wing (with ensuite and walk-in robe) and a formal lounge.
Inspired by their travels abroad, its adoring custodians not only created those magical, immediate surrounds – but also added the perfect vantage points to simply take in a vineyard that you’ll never have to look after…
There’s the rotunda-like deck that hovers in the sky and lets the sky in – perfect for a spring lunch under a falling sun.
Then there’s the pool house with its own open fireplace so you can alternate between a vino by a crackling flame and a soak in that heated pool. Magic, indeed.
For those with equine pursuits don’t be concerned you have been more than catered for. An immaculate stable complex with direct access to your pro surfaced, floodlit, full sized arena which has been graced by many a Grand Prix athlete. Fenced into 5 well pastured paddocks whether if for horses, sheep, cattle or Alpacas there is room for them all. What’s more ‘Yangennanock’ only gets better when you see it with your own eyes.
More reasons why we love this home:
– Large 60×20 arena with mirrors
– 3xStables, tack room, hot and cold wash bay and kitchenette
– Fenced into 5 paddocks
– Large implement shed and additional carport
– Solar heating to fully tiled salt chlorinated infinity pool
– Automatic watering system to award-winning gardens
– 2 dams as well as a beautiful and almost pure bore
– Large rain water store
– Undercover parking for 6+ cars
– Large, ornate windows ensure a garden view from every room
– Granite benchtops, integrated dishwasher and plenty of storage space to French provincial kitchen
– Ducted heating and cooling
– Storage galore – including cellar and under-house workshop
– Lofty (3.4m) ceilings throughout
– Just an 8-minute drive from Stirling, walking distance to Uraidla & 10 mins to town
– And so many more.
CT / 5412/587
Council / City of Adelaide Hills
Zoning / W(PP)’8
Built / 1900
Land / 115000m2
Council Rates / $3060pa
ES Levy / $205.45pa
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