What a generous offering of land in leafy, peaceful Coromandel Valley.
Set only a 30-35 minute drive from the Adelaide CBD, this allotment offers the feeling of being in a semi-rural locality, without compromising on local amenities; 10a Currawong Crescent is only a 10 minute walk to the Coromandel Valley Bake Bakery (my favourite) & The Duck Inn, and just a 5 minute drive into the centre of Blackwood.
Situated on 933m2 of land with a 16.57m frontage, this allotment comes free from the constraints of any encumbrances (note: there is a relatively small 3.66m wide easement at the very back of the property for sewerage purposes). Another bonus is, with the extra with the more than 16m frontage provides, you aren’t necessarily restricted to the stock standard “long and narrow” builds that some subdivided allotments restrict you to!
This generously sized block is positioned in a quiet cul-de-sac, with only 15 other homes, offering the opportunity for someone to build their first home in a peaceful and quiet location, a more expansive home with a view and all the creature comforts, or even a well-appointed investment property in a convenient area.
The last three clients I’ve sold property for in Coromandel Valley have described it as a community; and I couldn’t agree more. Whilst it’s not a “live in each-other’s pockets” type of community, the nearby neighbours I have met are extremely friendly, and have never had a problem collecting mail or even mowing the lawns for other locals when they area way.
Located just over a 10 minute walk to the closest bus stop and a 15-20 minute drive into the heart of historic Clarendon, a home built here will be so conveniently located to everything you could need, and is waiting for the right person to come along and make it their own.