Block size: 845 m² approx.House size: 189 m² approx.
SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME WITH FLEXIBILITY AND POTENTIAL
OFFERS CLOSE Mon 7th Dec at 9am (usp)
This spacious family home has unlimited potential and is located in one of Adelaide's most sought-after locations. With 3 bedrooms, games room/study and studio with ensuite, your options are endless.
Designed to be enjoyed by all, and conveniently located near Burnside Village, local schools and transport, the home has large, low maintenance gardens and an inground swimming pool at the rear. This home is ready for you to move in and enjoy all its benefits.
What we love about this home:
- Zoned for Glenunga International High School, Linden Park Primary and Burnside Primary Schools - Just around the corner from Waterfall Gully and short stroll to local cafes, general store and hotel - Plantation shutters in bedrooms and living area - Built in robes in 3 bedrooms - Separate studio at rear of house with en-suite, suitable for extra family or additional entertaining space - Kids retreat games room/study - Light filled kitchen with ample storage space - Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning in house, split system in studio - Additional storage in garden shed and studio - 3 car carport with more parking in driveway - Inground swimming pool
Burnside Council rates $445.60pq approx. SA Water $230.79pq + usage approx. ESL $192.80pa approx. Year Built 1956 Land size 845sqm
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