A stylish home in an appealing South Plympton locale.
Originally constructed in 1949 and cleverly updated to today's standards, this double brick Torrens titled courtyard style home on a very manageable 395m2 offers comfortable and stylish living between the coast and city in South Plympton.
Behind a tidy rendered façade in a classic silhouette and refreshed landscaping, pass over the porch to enter the home directly into the living room.
Between the original timber floors and high ceilings, generous windows, sheer curtains and neutral palette, there's an undeniable and surprising sense of space that continues throughout the home.
Three bedrooms enjoy more warm and welcoming timber floors and sheer curtains, while a commendably updated bathroom boasts a marbled style wall tile, modern shower, and chic vanity, with a handy separate W/C next door.
The kitchen/meals comes together beautifully to create another friendly space to meet. Boasting a stainless steel Westinghouse cooktop and oven, contemporary cabinetry and plentiful bench space, with plenty of room for a well-sized dining table for casual meals and dinner parties alike.
Moving through the study and past the dedicated laundry, emerge onto the sandstone pavers of the pergola in the and consider just how wonderful it could be to dine in your own north-facing backyard in the months ahead.
Wrapped in lawn and established greenery including evocative palm trees, it's a wonderful private haven that could be all yours.
This classic gem has been well polished to present an up to date and very agreeable place to call home in the blossoming streets of South Plympton.
Walk down the street to grab your morning coffee at The Front Page Café or after the school run at It Takes A Village, pick up last minute supplies around the corner at Drakes Ascot Park, and enjoy the many excuses to dress up at the events of Morphettville Racecourse.
You're just down the road from Castle Plaza for Coles, Target and easy takeaway, while Glenelg's Jetty Road provides a Woolworths as well as a bounty of cafes, dining and boutiques.
With an easy commute to the city via the train or Anzac Highway, it could all come together on Nelson Street.
More features to love:
- Fuji 5kW reverse cycle split system A/C
- Carport and further off-street parking
- Garden shed
- Well-sized rear lawn and established garden beds
- Zoned to Hamilton Secondary College, walking distance to Forbes Primary and within the catchment area for Forbes Children's Centre
- Easy access to buses along Marion Road plus Woodlands Park Railway Station
- Just over 4km to the beach and 5.8km to the Adelaide CBD
Land Size: 395sqm
Year Built: 1949
Council: City of Marion
Council Rates: $1,640PA
SA Water: $260PQ
ES Levy: $140PA
Disclaimer: all information provided has been obtained from sources we believe to be accurate, however, we cannot guarantee the information is accurate and we accept no liability for any errors or omissions. If this property is to be sold via auction the Vendors Statement may be inspected at Level 1, 67 Anzac Highway, Ashford for 3 consecutive business days and at the property for 30 minutes prior to the auction commencing. RLA 315571.