On the market: A chance to own one of the Barossa's biggest olive groves

ON THE MARKET: A chance to own one of the Barossa's biggest olive groves, but also a solid brick federation-style home with elevated views.
ON THE MARKET: A chance to own one of the Barossa's biggest olive groves, but also a solid brick federation-style home with elevated views.

BUYERS have a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a slice of Barossa Valley history as the area's biggest commercial olive groves, as well as the incredible property that accompanies it, hit the market.

Anyone who has been to a Foodland, Drake's or markets in Adelaide, Sydney, Queensland or Perth would have heard of the famous Barossa Rosedale Park Olive Oil.

67 Winton Road has been owned by the Clark family for 50 years, and the olive business for 20 years, a dynasty that Doug Clark is understandably proud of.

"We built this home 40 years ago and have been growing olives for 20 years - we outgrew the local market industry - and now have one of the most recognizable brands," Mr Clark said.

"What you have here is two-fold. You get a truly successful business and the bonus of what is a truly wonderful property that provides some of the best views of the Barossa.

"The one thing you can't underestimate is the 3km* of uninterrupted river frontage. Not many properties in the world would have that - let alone one in of the most famous wine regions."

Ray White Barossa Valley - Two Wells selling principal Darren Pratt said the property, that is about 14km from Gawler and around 5km from the Sturt Highway, provides a unique opportunity to buy a large property and successful business as part of an idyllic lifestyle.

"It's completely private and tranquil. Imagine fresh air and long peaceful country walks down to the North Para River, which runs through this magnificent property, with an array of wildlife at your doorstep," Mr Pratt said.

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