Escape to a one-acre slice of 'Australiana'...with a self-contained surprise, just seconds from school and village centre.
Sitting almost right on the dot of one gum-studded acre is a three-bedroom home with the AirBnB-worthy self-contained retreat to go with its soothing sense of seclusion - just a 10-minute walk from the classrooms of Mylor Primary School, and a 15-minute drive from the Tollgate.
Crisp sheets of corrugated iron cladding, plantation shutters and an elevated timber-decked terrace piece together a striking facade that simply fits in with its hardy and green 'Australiana' surrounds.
Inside, a simple layout ensures those three bedrooms find separation from an open-plan living zone with instant access to the deck and the unmistakeable feeling you could easily be in a Blue Mountains retreat.
With its country style timber cabinets, stainless steel appliances and easy-clean solid timber floors, the kitchen cooks like a dream and looks the part at the head of a spacious lounge room with modern LED down lighting and a split R/C system that will be kind to your hip pocket.
As will that fully lined, self-contained studio boasting a kitchenette, bathroom, room for two couches and a coffee table - and a history of having no trouble finding a happy tenant.
That means you can settle in a main home with three nicely sized bedroom (two with built-in robes), always knowing that some financial relief is a newspaper or AirBnB advertisement away.
Consider it a Mylor retreat...with more going for it.
More reasons why we love this home:
- Set far back from Stock Road to conjure privacy and peace - Walking distance from the heart of Mylor - Just a 10-minute drive from Stirling village - Plenty of usable land for parking and shedding - Self-contained studio boasting a kitchenette & bathroom - Fire pit - Dishwasher drawer and plenty of storage to kitchen - Separate laundry and crisp main bathroom - 57,000L rainwater storage capacity with generator pump backup - Beautifully presented, established gardens with gravel driveway and paths - And so many more.
Specifications: CT / 5794/599 Council / City of Adelaide Hills Zoning / W(PP)/2/ Built / 2006 Land / 4001m2 Frontage / 34.35m Council Rates / $1854.60pa ES Levy / $288.60pa
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