2.75 Acres with Incredible Views

SOLD - This listing was sold in February 2019
Location of this allotment is fabulous!

Firstly elevated with magnificent views to the coast and the Onkaparinga National Park - and alongside the St Phillip and St James iconic and prominent church.

And secondly situated minutes from the entry/exit of the southern expressway to Adelaide and at the doorstep of the McLaren Vale wine region with speedy access to Victor Harbour and the Fleurieu Peninsula.

The property is a 1.124 ha - or approx. 2.75 acre Holding located partly in the Hills Face Zone and partly in the Urban Employment Zone - both allowing for a multitude of various uses.

email Nigel Christie now to ask for a copy of the development plan extracts to get an idea of what you can do here.

NOTE - The St Phillip and St James Church adjacent is available for separate purchase at $440,000.
Hills Face Zone

Objectives
1 A zone in which the natural character is preserved and enhanced or re-established in order to:
(a) provide a natural backdrop to the Adelaide Plain and a contrast to the urban area
(b) preserve biodiversity and restore locally indigenous vegetation and fauna habitats close to metropolitan Adelaide
(c) provide for passive recreation in an area of natural character close to the metropolitan area
(d) provide a part of the buffer area between metropolitan districts and prevent the urban area extending into the western slopes of the Mount Lofty Ranges
(e) ensure that the community is not required to bear the cost of providing services to and within the zone.
2 A zone accommodating low intensity agricultural
activities and public/private open space and one where
structures are sited and designed in such a way as to:
(a) preserve and enhance the natural character or assist in the re-establishment of a natural character in the zone
(b) limit the visual intrusion of development in the zone, particularly when viewed from roads within the zone or from the Adelaide Plain
(c) not create, either in themselves, or in association with other developments, a potential demand for the provision of services at a cost to the community
(d) prevent the loss of life and property resulting from bushfires.
3 Development that contributes to the desired character of the zone.

Non Complying
Dwelling - Except where it achieves all of the following criteria:
(a) it will not result in more than one dwelling on an allotment and:
(i) no other dwelling exists on the allotment
(ii) no valid development authorisation to erect a dwelling
on that allotment exists
(iii) no other development application has been made for a dwelling on that allotment and has yet to be determined.
(b) the scale and design is such that:
(i) the vertical distance between any point at the top of any external wall and the finished ground level immediately below that point on the wall is less than 3 metres, other than gable ends of the dwelling where the distance is less than 5 metres
(ii) there is no floor level directly above another floor level,
except where the upper floor level is located wholly at or
below finished ground level
(iii) the depth of excavation and/or height of filling of land is less than 1.5 metres
(iv) access to a new dwelling is provided by a private
vehicular access track that is less than 30 metres in
length and which has a gradient of less than 16 degrees
(1-in-3.5) at any point
(v) it does not involve the clearance of native vegetation
comprising trees and/or shrubs.

Urban Employment Zone

Objectives
1 A policy area accommodating a range of low impact light industrial, commercial, warehouse, storage, tourist accommodation, cultural, entertainment and recreation uses.
2 Economic redevelopment and rehabilitation of the site of the former abattoir including the removal of non-functional and dilapidated structures and the remediation of contaminated land.
3 Buildings, facilities and car parks located and designed to complement the high quality natural environment and attractive elevated setting adjacent to the Onkaparinga River National Park.
4 Development that contributes to the desired character of the policy area.

Desired character

The policy area contains a former abattoir surrounded by generally open or undeveloped land. The site has a unique setting with prominent vistas to the coast and other parts of the council. It also forms a backdrop to the township of Old Noarlunga and the Onkaparinga River National Park.
A range of industry, commercial, tourist or community uses are envisaged to encourage investment towards total site redevelopment and rehabilitation of this site. In all cases the aim is to provide a form of development that is visually attractive and interesting and sits comfortably as part of this natural backdrop. Future development may comprise the demolition of part or all of the former abattoir and construction of new buildings designed to maximise the expansive available views in most directions.
The previous land uses in the policy area may have led to contamination of land and underlying groundwater within the area, therefore final development options will be partially determined by the extent of any contamination and the remediation of land within the area if or as required.
It is envisaged that the building form not be restricted to small scale, but is contemporary, carefully designed, and utilises a range of materials and colours to present interesting facades and respond to the hilltop setting.
Professionally designed landscaping will be employed to enhance the functionality and appearance of the site at close range and to screen larger building elements within the site when viewed from a distance.
The siting and design of buildings will respond to the
setting of the nearby St Phillip and St James church
and ensure sightlines of this building are not obscured.

Land Use
1 The following forms of development are envisaged in the policy area; subject to soil quality assessment
and adequate remediation prior to development:
▪ community centre
▪ entertainment, cultural and exhibition facility
▪ horticulture
▪ indoor recreation centre
▪ light industry
▪ place of worship
▪ recreation area
▪ service industry
▪ service trade premises
▪ store
▪ tourist development
▪ warehouse.
2 Other forms of employment generating development may be appropriate providing that:
(a) it provides a high level of amenity for users of the site
(b) environmental or bushfire risks are minimised
(c) environmental and recreation values of the Onkaparinga River National Park are complemented
(d) it does not adversely impact on views from the Old Noarlunga township.
Form and Character
3 Development should not be undertaken unless it is consistent with the desired character for the policy
area.
4 Buildings should be sited and designed to complement the elevated natural setting and avoid obscuring views of the St Phillips and St James church from distant vantage points.
5 Development should ensure the removal of structures within the policy area that are dilapidated or have
no economic purpose.

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Main Property Features

Listing Number: MLV4223

Land Size:
1.124 Ha
Property Type:
Land, Acreage/semi rural
Tenure:
Freehold
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Harcourts Wine Coast RLA 249515

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McLaren Vale
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