A rare find in the Barossa - a very comfortable, compact and stylish townhouse, perfect for cultivated couples seeking a central location getaway from which they can conveniently enjoy and explore the Barossa Valley's many wonderful cultural, culinary and wine attractions. Set back in a quiet street a short walking distance of 2-3 minutes - hardly 50 metres from the high street with its cafes, restaurants, bars, quaint heritage buildings, museums, visitors centre and other attractions. This exceptional architecturally-designed townhouse has a number of unique design features which set it apart from all other rental places in the region. First, the sheltered barrel-vaulted entrance from the quiet street is a welcoming courtyard sheltering to the front door. From the entrance hall, walk into a stunning mid-century modern decorated lounge and dining area, the original furnishings, timber floor and rugs accentuated by massive roof beams and a decorative, stepped feature brick wall. A galley kitchen with all conveniences complements and overlooks the lounge and dining area. Projecting over the high-steeped roofed and supporting beams is a north-facing sunlit mezzanine floor - the master bedroom with Queen bed - accessed by a short spiral staircase. Walking on, enter the TV/Internet entertainment room, also featuring roof beams and decorative feature wall. A separate study/dressing room provides built-in robes, and French doors that open out to the enclosed very private back garden-courtyard, from both these rooms. A central tiled bathroom brightly lit from north-facing high windows, provides the option for a shower or bath. Double lounge-room French doors open into the sun-lit and brick-wall protected front-entrance sculpture courtyard.Original oil paintings and wall sculptures add interest and colour throughout this serene and very private and comfortable townhouse.