With so much charm and character, this property is sure to win your heart. Welcomed through the red door, you step into the spacious entry hall. To your right are the light filled bedrooms 1 and 2 which both have built in robes and overhead fans. To your left is bedroom 3 and the bathroom with separate bath.
The home has the original polished pine floorboards throughout offering a warmth only timber can provide.
The circa 1970’s galley style kitchen is straight out of 1970’s Vogue with its bright orange walls and burnt timber cupboards offering plenty of storage, plus clever twin pantries.
The living and family rooms adjoin each other making for ample liveability and flexibility. A funky bar could be used to create a shake or a stir at parties. Alternatively, it makes a perfect kiddy space, or study nook.
Attention to detail was clearly paramount when this lovely property was built and throughout its loved life. From the acoustic ceilings to old fashioned dimmer lights, this house has seen plenty of fun times!
The garden beckons with Port Lincoln Jetty pylons used most effectively to create special spots to rest your drink or just hang about.
The kids will love their very own little bike track, custom made by one of Adelaide’s own National Parks track builders! It’s a perfect garden for Nature Play! The various garden beds and fruit trees are just lovely.
The large garage is accessed from the side street into the 700m2 allotment.
This property has so much to offer. You could further renovate and reap the rewards, or perhaps build your own modern oasis. Whichever way you choose to go, this property is truly worth your attention.
|R&H Suburb Summary||Houses|
|Number of sales||43|
|Median Rental Price||$450 p.w.|
|Change in Rental Rate (5yr)||22 %|
|R&H Suburb Summary||Units|
|Number of sales||0|