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61 Mount Osmond Real Estate Agents Reviewed – Choose The Best

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The best Mount Osmond Real Estate Agents sell properties considerably better than the average Mount Osmond agents, of which there are approximately 61. We detail who these Mount Osmond agents are in our free report.

Importantly it is the performance of the individual real estate agent rather than the real estate agency used that matters. With over 61 agents operating in the Burnside – South-West council area servicing the Mount Osmond market and 23 agencies, vendors should only use those Mount Osmond agents who routinely deliver superior results for their clients. This is crucial to maximise their chances of securing the best possible price for their Mount Osmond property.

While we can review agent performance right across the country, we suggest focusing on those individual real estate agents in Mount Osmond or the 5064 postcode and immediate surrounds.

Request your free report for the individual performance details of real estate agents in Mount Osmond and the properties they have sold over the last couple of years.

With Mount Osmond houses only selling on average every years and units every years, securing the best Mount Osmond real estate agent to manage this infrequent transaction is crucial.

At the end of the day choosing the best Mount Osmond real estate agent to sell your property can make years of difference to your personal financial situation.

Suburb Overview

Mount Osmond is a small suburb of 2,497 people in the South Australian capital city of Adelaide. It is part of the City of Burnside Local Government Area and located in the foothills of the Adelaide Hills, five kilometres south east of the city centre. The suburb is high on the hill of the same name, which is the last hill on the right when approaching Adelaide down the South Eastern Freeway before the road levels out onto the Adelaide Plains. It is bounded to the north by the suburb of Beaumont, to the north-east by Burnside, to the east by Waterfall Gully, to the south by Leawood Gardens / Eagle On The Hill, to the south-west by Urrbrae, to the west by Glen Osmond and to the north-west by St Georges.

The suburb is at a high elevation in the Mount Lofty Ranges, and provides views over Adelaide as well as containing a renowned golf course and country club. Mining operations in the 19th century gave the area notoriety, but it has since developed slowly into a small, quiet and secluded suburb.

Mount Osmond is within the traditional lands of the Kaurna people, and forms part of the Mount Lofty Ranges and is therefore part of the Dreamtime story of the ancestor-creator Nganno. According to the legend, Nganno was wounded in a battle and laid down to die, forming the Mount Lofty Ranges.

When Adelaide was first planned and mapped out by Col. William Light, Mount Osmond received the three allotments 1070, 1277 and 1278. While much of Adelaide was relatively quickly bought Mount Osmond did not enjoy any early buyers. The first reported activity in the area was after the mining rush of Glen Osmond due to the Wheal Watkins and Wheal Gawler mines. Lot 1277 yielded a mine in Slaughterhouse Gully but it was worked only briefly. Subsequent finds of bluestone proved fruitful and the mineral was extracted until 1900, when mining ended and the last of the mines were either filled in or cordoned off.

Developers eventually bought the lots that composed Mount Osmond but once again interest in the suburb was minor. Attempts to bring in settlers culminated in the construction of Mount Osmond Road in 1882. It wound around the hills from where it began as an offshoot of Mount Barker Road in the South. Developers broke down the three large lots into roughly two hundred 1-acre ones in the hope of sales. A few lots were sold to quarrymen and gardeners around Mount Barker Road, but the vast remainder was leased to stockowners as pasture for their livestock. Much of Mount Osmond, along with a large portion of the surrounding area, was bought in 1907 by Ernest C. Sanders. His family made great use of the land, with his sons building houses on the vast property while raising sheep and growing hay. Considerable time was spent by the Sanders family in naming and mapping the area.

The Sanders family eventually decided to sell much of their portion of Mount Osmond, and around 1922

One of the last large land purchases was that of Ross Thiem in the 1940s. A club member, C.W. Lloyd, sold 200 acres around the golf course, which was again used as pasture by Thiem, who ran sheep on the property

Mount Osmond is composed of the Mount itself and a ridge stretching out to the south-east between the valley of the South Eastern Freeway and that of Waterfall Gully. Much of the suburb is more than 300 metres above sea level, with the Mount Osmond peak itself at 384 metres. Between the North-East and North-West are slopes leading down to the suburbs of Beaumont, Glen Osmond and Waterfall Gully, most of which is owned as public land by various government departments

The Old Bullock/Long Ridge track runs along Long Ridge towards Eagle on the Hill. Much of the housing and residential properties are on the North-West side of the Mount, as to enable views over Adelaide. A few small settlements and paddocks with livestock are still present on the slopes between the South Eastern Freeway and the Long Ridge Track.

While the suburb still contains a notable amount of native vegetation, and has not been exposed to invasive introduced species like other areas have, much of it was originally cleared for grazing and has yet to grow back to the same extent. Before European Settlement Grey Box, SA Blue Gum, Sheoak, Manna Gum and River Red Gum trees were native to and grew in the area, particularly on the slopes leading down to the Adelaide Plains.

Due to the suburb's relative isolation and hilly geography, it contains very few roads and does not conform to Adelaide's typical grid pattern

Glenunga SA 5064
Waterfall Gully SA 5066
Glen Osmond SA 5064
Glenside SA 5065
Tusmore SA 5065
Beaumont SA 5066
Eagle On The Hill SA 5150
Mount Osmond SA 5064
Leawood Gardens SA 5150
Frewville SA 5063
Rose Park SA 5067
Linden Park SA 5065
St Georges SA 5064
Dulwich SA 5065
Eastwood SA 5063
Toorak Gardens SA 5065