Popular Airbnb and farm stay listed for sale in the Barossa’s Williamstown

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The Williamstown property at 607 Lyndoch Valley Rd has a lot to offer prospective buyers. Pic: realestate.com.au

A popular Airbnb, farm stay and home of organic wines has been listed for sale in the Barossa, offering prospective buyers a unique chance to secure a well-loved tourism venture.

The Williamstown property at 607 Lyndoch Valley Rd has been listed for sale with a price guide of $1.35m to $1.429m.

Among the property’s highlights is a one-bedroom tourism cabin, known on Airbnb as `It’s Bonza’.


A little cottage is the perfect Airbnb. Pic: realestate.com.au


It’s a popular place for tourists staying in the area. Pic: realestate.com.au


It has everything you need. Pic: realestate.com.au


The acreage property is listed with a $1.35m to $1.429m price guide. Pic: realestate.com.au

A portion of the 9.48ha property is also dedicated to farm-style camping, while a 2.5ha hobby vineyard produces 100-plus-year-old Grenache, Semillon, and Muscat vines, as well as Mataro, Saperavi and Vermentino planted between 2010 and 2018.

The vineyard is sustainably dry-grown and chemical-free, making it eligible for organic certification if desired.

To sweeten the deal even further, the property also comes with a traditional three-bedroom stone cottage, currently occupied by the owner.

Selling agent Nicola Biagi of Elders Real Estate said the property’s multi-level income potential had already sparked the imagination of buyers from SA and interstate.


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“We got five inquiries from (an early campaign launch email), plus one text message and one call,” she said.

“I’ve had a further five calls over the Easter long weekend, since launching online, asking about open times, which is really exciting for the owners because their kids all live interstate, which is what’s prompting them to sell.

“That said, it’s not an easy sell for them.

“Their daughter got married here and everywhere you look, you can tell how much love they have put into this property.

“So I think this is going to be a really emotional but exciting time for them going forward.”


The main house is just as pretty as the cottage. Pic: realestate.com.au


It’s modern inside. Pic: realestate.com.au


Yet still nice and cosy. Pic: realestate.com.au


There are several places to soak up the peace and quiet or entertain guests outside. Pic: realestate.com.au

Located just an hour’s drive from Adelaide’s CBD and minutes from some of Australia’s top wineries, the property offers plenty of appeal in a sought-after locale.

The main residence, a 1905 ironstone cottage, is easily accessible from the main road and has also been meticulously renovated throughout.

A wood heater in the lounge room will ensure the home remains warm all winter long, while polished Tasmanian oak floors in all living areas offer a modern contrast to timber framed windows and freshly painted white walls.

The home also features three bedrooms, a shared bathroom and an open-plan living and dining space, which opens out to an undercover veranda with access to a cellar.

Additionally, there’s a vegetable garden, an enclosed playground and an abundance of fruit trees.

Meanwhile, the self-contained, one-bedroom cottage sits at the rear of the property and offers views across the expansive vineyard.

It can be rented on Airbnb for around $160 a night.

Ms Biagi said the property offered value for money for those keen to continue what the vendor’s started.

“I think it’s quite reasonably priced for what it offers but in the end it all comes down to how buyers will want to use it,” she said.

“Some may not want to continue the Airbnb and camping, they may want to use the cabin for visiting family and friends, while they themselves live in the main home.

“Either way, I think it’s a very special property that is eco-conscious and sustainable, so there’s a lot of potential here.”

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