From robust to never better on Fifth Creek’s beautiful doorstep…it’s Paradise’s rise personified.
If the ‘before’ and ‘after’ is anything to go by, what always has and will be a robust family home has never looked better where the Linear trail meets Fifth Creek and a cul-de-sac you can call your own on a prized corner block.
A reflection of Paradise’s rise from up-and-comer to locale of choice for young families and flora lovers, it’s a top-to-toe transformation that demands loud applause in a very quiet, gum-studded pocket.
There will be no reaching for the hip pocket in a move-in ready home with newfound floor space, crisp finishes, garden views from every window, open-plan living and a second lounge room up its versatile sleeve.
To increase the internal footprint and turn the original dining room into bedroom four were just some of many masterstrokes, not to mention the addition of a rustic quirk or two.
From the recycled barn door and oak-look floating floors to the shaker-style kitchen with solid timber tops; the ‘after’ has a bit of Hamptons about it. And it’s a beautiful thing.
Slide shut that barn door and suddenly the second lounge and master bedroom– with walk-in robe and one of your two upgraded bathrooms – form a kid-free haven in a floorplan that brings everyone together at that open-plan heart.
Bookending the living room is a quaint patio for brekky-with-a-view, and the brand new pergola with first dibs on Christmas lunch alongside lawn for cricket, happy pets, and all manner of IPad-free play.
For that leisure not so close to home, the caravan will wait at the ready between a double carport and a shed for tools, toys and tinkering. Transformation complete.
More reasons why we love this home:
– Close to a range of quality schools; including Athelstone Primary and Preschool, and St Ignatius’ College
– Prime corner position on the high side of the street
– Double brick construction
– Ducted evaporative cooling and new gas space heating throughout
– Storage galore, including built-in robes to bedrooms 3 and 4
– Breakfast bar, Miele dishwasher, and gas cooktop to kitchen
– Full-height tiling to both beautifully upgraded bathrooms
– LED down lighting
– Automatic watering provisions to neatly landscaped gardens
– Just a short drive from the likes of Newton Village and Central Shopping Centres
– Separate laundry
– And many more.
CT / 5521/638
Council / City of Campbelltown
Zoning / R’4
Built / 1977
Land / 680sqm
Council Rates / $1409.50pa
SA Water / $186.16pq
ES Levy / $124.25pa
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