A standout gem in a suburb growing in popularity - mixing its quiet street vibe with stone character and auto gate security while leading the way to Prospect Road, North Adelaide and the city.
Look back you won't in this two-bedroom, 1950s cottage-style home with quirk and barely a crack in its solid stature, with valuable benefits thrown in…
Look forward you will to its solar hot water heating, replumbed and renovated bathroom and full rewiring giving this project for the first-time buyer, couple or investor the potential to improve or extend (given the go-ahead from Council).
Entice it to chic enhancing the 3.2m ceilings, leadlight entry and rich timber boards tip-toeing through each original room – the first three cater as a lounge with combustion fire and mantel opposite two massive bedrooms with clutter-defying wall-to-wall robes.
Sharing the limelight in the bathroom refit is an American pedestal basin (big enough to bath a baby) and the talking point hand dryer – but realism wins with a frameless shower, WC and polished porcelain tiles.
Spare a thought for the dining nook on eco-friendly bamboo floors ready to switch hats as a study or nursery – toy with its versatility while you ponder décor and drapes to accent the chandelier...
Keeping laundry-day under wraps, bi-folds reveal your washer, dryer and NBN connection – novel use for what was once a fireplace.
The updated kitchen has eat-in capacity, two stainless ovens, a dishwasher and loads of bench space, solidifying its spot as a social zone opening outdoors via bi-folding glass.
Here, the paved and ready to entertain all-year round courtyard shuns upkeep for fun, allows scope to add-on (STCC) or more carparking, while the neighbour's trees issue privacy and shade.
And the location rewards come thick and fast - North Adelaide's pubs, Aquatic Centre and Adelaide Oval, Main North Road for shopping plazas, or Churchill Road's mega-stores for homemakers being ALDI, Costco and Bunnings.
From the Nova Cinemas to mid-week bites, a bus ride or bike ride to town – buy in before Blair Athol's cover is blown…
Character 1950s home with renovator appeal
Elevated 360sqm block & 16.76m frontage (approx.)
Seasonal mulberry tree & low-care gardens
Combustion fireplace & mantel
2 stainless ovens to the updated kitchen
Paved rear courtyard with coach lights
Up to 5 car-parking off-street
Prospect Road's dining & café strip - on call
Major shopping centres nearby – NorthPark or Sefton Plaza
7kms to the CBD…