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It’s a cliche used the world over by property experts and agents — ‘location, location, location’ — and it couldn’t be more true than at Hurtle Grove in Old Reynella.

Close to the hills, beach, city and wine regions, Hurtle Grove is in a location that ticks a lot of boxes.

According to Jeremy Blanks, CEO of Tarac Properties, one of the main features is the size of the development and that it’s within a well established southern suburb.

“Old Reynella is a very well established and sought after southern suburb. It has a great selection of public and private schools, lots of retail options, parks and sporting facilities. It’s all there and ready to go for people who build at Hurtle Grove,” he said.

“It’s also a really lovely size of development with just over 200 new homes to be built here. It’s big enough that we are including some beautiful new green spaces and parks for residents to enjoy, but small enough that it blends seamlessly into the existing community.

“It’s really a place that people will want to be, both in the beauty and location of the site, as well as the broader lifestyle it offers.”

The top 5 lifestyle reasons to consider Hurtle Grove:
  1. Head for the hills
    There’s nothing like a homemade pie or pasty at a hills bakery, and residents of Hurtle Grove need only venture 12 minutes from home to find the renowned Clarendon Bakery in the hills. Stirling’s beautiful high street is just 30 minutes drive away too, and the wider Adelaide Hills are the perfect location to go mountain biking or hiking, visit a hills winery or grab a meal at one of the cosy pubs.
  2. Beach ready
    One of Adelaide’s best kept secrets is Christies Beach. Clean white sands, calm water for swimming and nearby cafes for icecreams and coffees — it ticks all of the boxes. It’s also one of Adelaide’s quietest beaches and only a 15 minute drive from Hurtle Grove. Port Noarlunga is also close by with its village vibes, excellent playground and reef which can be explored by kayak or diving.
  3. Easy access to the city
    Although there is plenty to do south of the city, it’s always handy to be near the city for work, study and entertainment options. Recent improvements to South Road have made the commute even faster, and all the city has to offer is just a half an hours drive from Hurtle Grove.
  4. Wine country on your doorstep
    McLaren Vale is home to sustainable winegrowing, world-class wines and culinary experiences, as well as pristine coastline and some cool tourism offerings. It’s also only a 22 minute drive from Hurtle Grove. Be a tourist in your own town, try the latest wine varieties like Tempranillo or Sangiovese, visit a microbrewery or indulge in some of the state’s best restaurants.
  5. Established amenities
    Let’s be honest, no-one wants to drive a long way to get to the nearest supermarket! Local amenities are really important, and they are in good supply at Hurtle Grove. There’s a great choice of shops, schools, parks, medical centres and sporting clubs within Old Reynella and neighbouring suburbs.

Land at Hurtle Grove is selling fast. To take advantage of the enviable lifestyle on offer, register your interest to learn more about future land releases.

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