A Rare Gem on the City Fringe - Extended bluestone villa, rear lane access with subdivision approval on 1075m*
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When a city-fringe bluestone villa gives you both renovated grandeur and rear subdivision potential on 1075sqm*, its untold extra value almost outshines its Adelaide High School zoning and unbeatable position a one-mile dash to the CBD.
Yet the c1910 beauty is a breathtaking catch on its own.
From its tessellated verandah, freshly painted exteriors, decorative eaves, solar panels, and sash windows to its newly polished timber floors, repainted walls, lofty ceilings, and decorative fireplaces to all 4 of its gracious front rooms, the 4-bedroom home extends into an enormous lifestyle addition headlining a modern kitchen to match its extraordinary architectural roofline.
Stainless steel benchtops, a 5-burner freestanding gas stove, dishwasher, and 5m* of island prep space joins the polished concrete expanse, while rear French doors lead to where those investment dollars are sure to be made - with approval granted to carve off a slice of the cavernous backyard for up to 2 homes, fronting Fisher Place.
It only takes a Google Earth perspective to see what others in this coveted city fringe have already achieved.
Land division aside, beyond the casual meals with a private sunlit courtyard, huge heritage-style bathroom, and versatile study/dining room with pot belly stove, the sizeable land you'll still retain has endless scope for a backyard landscape or to build into further (subject to Planning consents).
You'll also enjoy on-foot reach to Temple Christian College, the Mile End train station, Henley Beach Road retail and dining, plus easy reach to the Entertainment Centre, city tram, and Adelaide Airport.
With the city's expanding skyline in a walkable mile, every Mile End metre here matters.
Inspect for its untold value: C1910 extended & renovated bluestone villa on 1075sqm (approx.) Invaluable rear access via Fisher Place Planning approval for 2 properties facing Fisher place (planning approval granted, plans available upon request) Robust modern kitchen with 5m* stainless steel benchtops 15000L rainwater storage Solar panels (16 panels) Back to base alarm system Decorative fireplaces & ceiling fans to bedrooms(2 with BIRs) Newly polished timber floors Freshly painted interior Polished concrete floors to open plan living Cathedral-style ceilings Garden French doors & rear alfresco Up to 2 living areas Off-street parking front and rear (4 cars) Within the Adelaide & Adelaide Botanic H.S. zone Easy bus, train & tram city reach And so much more *Measurements approx.
Title: Torrens Titled Year built: c1910 Land size: 1,075sqm (approx) Site dimensions: 18.28m x 58.82m (approx.) Council: City of West Torrens Zoning: Established Neighbourhood Council rates: $2,416.50pa (approx.) SA Water & Sewer supply: $260.74pq (approx.) ESL: $220.60pa (approx.)
All information provided including, but not limited to, the property's land size, floorplan, floor size, building age and general property description has been obtained from sources deemed reliable. However, the agent and the vendor cannot guarantee the information is accurate and the agent, and the vendor, does not accept any liability for any errors or oversights. Interested parties should make their own independent enquiries and obtain their own advice regarding the property. Should this property be scheduled for Auction, the Vendor's Statement will be available for perusal by members of the public 3 business days prior to the Auction at the offices of LJ Hooker Mile End at 206a Henley Beach Road, Torrensville and for 30 minutes prior to the Auction at the place which the Auction will be conducted. RLA 242629
Features include: Close to Transport,Close to Shops,Close to Schools
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Block Size:1075 m²*
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