Château Tanunda winery homeowners John and Evelyne Geber have offered their a lot beloved northern seashores dwelling of 36 years.
The unique Queenscliff property at Greycliffe Avenue offered after a number of months in the marketplace for $5.5m, based on CoreLogic.
That is $300,000 above the latest value information of $5.2m, however is lower than the $6m information set when the property first got here to market in Might.
CoreLogic experiences the $5.5m consequence can be the second highest value paid for a property in Queenscliff this yr — trailing behind the $5.9m sale of 5 Greycliffe Avenue in June.
Overlooking Queenscliff Lagoon, The Gebers bought the four-bedroom home in 1984 for simply $175,000. They put the redundant dwelling in the marketplace attributable to them splitting their time between the US and South Australia.
The property was offered by Max Partitions Worldwide agent Anthony Wall, who on the time of the itemizing stated the home was one of many final authentic properties but to be finished up within the space.
It sits on a twin 750sqm allotment and is believed to be one of many first properties inbuilt Queenscliff within the late Forties.
“It will have been constructed by a rich household who had the decide of the tons as this prized spot,” Mr Partitions beforehand stated.
The couple, together with their daughter, Michelle, have run one of many Barossa Valley’s most well-known vineyards for the previous 20 years. Château Tanunda can be the one Australian winery to be recognised by Europe as a Chateau.