$100-plus million residential development in Old Reynella

Published on 18 August 2021

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Work will commence within months on the $100-plus million residential development of part of the former Hardy’s Reynella winery on the corner of Panalatinga and Reynell Roads, Old Reynella.

The new community – to be known as Hurtle Grove – will comprise approximately 245 residential allotments made up of 216 Torrens Title allotments and medium density housing options.

Already, 14 of the State’s major residential building companies have committed to building 23 display homes to  open in 2022 at Hurtle Grove. Builders include Burbank, Dechellis, Distinctive, Fairmont, Gallery Living, Hickinbotham, Liberty, Metro, Metricon, Oakford, SA Housing Centre, Statesman, Sterling, and Weeks.

A limited first stage of approximately 38 allotments has been released, with development of the lots to commence  in the second half of this year. Informal enquiries from potential home owners have been very strong during the planning and consultation stages and registrations of interest from the wider community can be made at www.hurtlegrove.com.au.

The project was approved by Onkaparinga Council in mid-February following extensive consultation between the site’s owner, Tarac Properties, the Council and community over more than four years.

Tarac Chief Executive Officer, Mr Jeremy Blanks said the residential component of the mixed-use development would be delivered in six stages over the next 3 to 4 years.

Picture: Emma Brasier