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House 18 makes it easy for Chinese investors to capitalise on the most exciting property opportunities in Australia. Fully focused on Chinese buyers, House 18 understands exactly what is required to make the purchase process simple, smooth and stress-free. While some companies can put together part of the puzzle,


House 18 is proud to deliver a complete solution. From selecting the appropriate property to facilitating the sale process and ensuring the very best management team is in place, House 18 makes taking ownership of an Australian


rural investment property a far simpler and more rewarding experience.


ƒ Hand-picked freehold property in some of Australia’s premier agricultural districts.


ƒ Expert Chinese-speaking staff.


ƒ From boutique wineries to some of the largest sheep and cattle stations in the world, there are properties to suit all budgets and requirements.


You can have everything ...


Award-winning winery combining a beautiful and handy location with top-class facilities to create unbelievable potential. This 93-hectare winery in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales offers fantastic opportunities to expand an already-premium wine business. A development application to operate a conference centre, 40-room hotel and construct 30 villas to be strata- titled for sale is already with council! Unique all-in- one facilities capable of crushing 50 tonnes daily with a tank capacity equating to 500,000 bottles. ƒ Vineyard turns over AUD$4m per annum ƒ Processing facilities including bottling and labelling


ƒ Export and distribution logistics centre ƒ Cellar-door tasting and sales ƒ Well-established function centre ƒ Notable restaurant


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