When a 2-bedroom unit, edging prominent St Peters and Walkerville, waves its hand for an upgrade, respond you must, and quickly...
And this double brick strata, set to the back of its group of 4, will whole-heartedly say thank you, kept in the depths of the 1970s for far too long.
Yet its instant worth - for the single or couple seeking a low-key lifestyle or the social with their finger on the pulse of The Parade, Magill Road, even Walkerville Terrace and a quick commute to town.
Next, is its refurb potential. The combined living and dining room, its original kitchen with gas cooktop and stainless oven, and the bathroom with separate WC would all love a contemporary intervention.
Then, its end-of-block, L-shaped backyard can turn the corner to a play space for the kids, while prioritising an alfresco at the shade-cloth covered courtyard end, also given rear access through the garage.
Up front, upkeep is a pleasing zilch giving you valuable guest parking on its completely concrete arrival.
Spruik its location, we can't strongly enough: from Marden Shopping Centre, Portrush and Payneham Roads for a city slipstream or a scoot to Magill or Norwood, and a 2km* drop-off to Trinity Gardens and East Adelaide Primary Schools.
When the east says potential, follow value to Payneham's near-city pocket.
You'll love: 1974-built Quietly off-street at the end of a group of 4 Large front windows Roller shutters & split system A/C to both bedrooms Auto roller door to garage (with rear yard access) Close to The Avenues & Marden Shopping Centres Walking distance to Payneham Oval & Reserve Easy city bus routes
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