c.1925 bungalow with a beautiful beginning and north-facing conclusion on a special street
Auction Sat, 4th Dec - 2.30pm
Lined in Jacarandas and one character home after another, it's easy to see why this is arguably Millswood's most beautiful street west of Goodwood Road, setting a fitting scene for this c.1925 bungalow behind a picket fence. Extended to add light-filled open-plan living to its north-facing rear, this move-in ready home forges a symmetrical and super flexible footprint for a growing family in search of up to four bedrooms and the freedom to entertain.
Zoned for Goodwood Primary and Unley High Schools, a short drive from Adelaide's best colleges, a stroll from Sasmee Park and Goodwood Oval, and a pedal from the buzzing Goodwood and King William Road precincts, that freedom extends to a lifestyle with leisure, bright futures and convenience in mind. What's left to think about?
- Beautifully presented original features, including polished pine floorboards, timber fretwork and lofty ceilings - Stylish open-plan kitchen with stone benchtops, breakfast bar, gas cooking, stainless steel appliances and dishwasher - Three double bedrooms, each with built-in robes - Second living zone (living room) could be a fourth bedroom - Ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning plus gas log fireplace - Study/home office - Updated ultra-modern bathroom with walk-in shower, free-standing bath and chevron pattern feature tiling - Underfloor heating to main bathroom - Large separate laundry with access to second bathroom - Beautifully presented landscaped gardens with lush lawned area to rear - Paved alfresco patio - Lock-up carport with remote entry and space for three cars undercover, plus off-street parking in front - Just a short drive from St Thomas School and Cabra Dominican College - Walking distance to bus and train stops - No more than 10 minutes from the CBD
CT Reference - 5091/605 Council - City of Unley Council Rates - $2,371.15pa approx. SA Water Rates - $264.78pa approx. Emergency Services Levy - $224.20pa approx. Land Size - 696m² approx. Year Built - 1925 Total Build area - 263m² approx.
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Block Size:696 m²*
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