Sugar Wharf Precinct.
With views overlooking Hart’s Mill, Sugar Wharf precinct is the first in Fletcher’s Slip.
Sugar Wharf is named after the site's previous life, where the Colonial Sugar Refinery (CSR) complex was built in 1891, manufacturing sugar, golden syrup and treacle. The refinery was one of the first to be built from steel, rather than timber, later reinforced with concrete to be the first of its kind in South Australia. The site was decommissioned on 14th January 1971, and now awaits a new lease on life.
Backing onto Semaphore Road, Sugar Wharf precinct offers close access to Glanville Train Station, slip access to launch a kayak or canoe and multiple open green spaces for you to enjoy your new home. With a waterfront promenade tracing the harbour’s edge and located only moments from vibrant and eclectic Semaphore, Sugar Wharf precinct at Fletcher’s Slip is a true coastal living opportunity.