Two allotments. One title. Countless summers by the pool in a surging seaside suburb
The sun is shining on the surging seaside town of Semaphore; and the future looks even brighter in this deceptively big 4-bedroom home with a solar heated pool to put the exclamation mark on two allotments, one title, and an easy-reach ticket to the beach.
Two allotments mean more room. Much more than you can glean from simply standing on the very quiet Ayr Street – the kind that comes with multiple living areas made to feel all the larger thanks to bundles of natural light.
Ingeniously designed to block the rising eastern sun so you can stay cool and keep your 3KW solar-subsidised energy bills even lower, this solid brick built home laps up summer without breaking a sweat.
Even better is a floorplan that serves a very grateful teenager their own wing with easy access to the main bathroom, two bedrooms with built-in robes, and a rumpus with stacker-doors leading straight out to the pergola and pool.
You’ll have your own wing at the other end of the home; this time with the added luxury of a master bedroom boasting brushbox timber floors, walk-in robe and an ensuite alongside bedroom 4 and a lounge/dining combo brings those two wings – and the family – together.
With solid cabinetry, stainless steel freestanding oven and dishwasher, the original Trend kitchen is proof they simply don’t make them like this anymore.
Whether you have a small tin boat, Sea Doo, canoe, caravan or ‘all of the above’, chances are you’ll fit them in (and keep them safe) thanks to not one but two lock-up carports. That’s the beauty of two allotments in a beauty of a location.
And there’s more:
– Just a 3-minute drive from the sands of Semaphore
– Soak up a life of leisure near the beach and a range of golf courses
– Walking distance from Westport Primary School
– Large shed to rear – with concrete floor and power
– Ducted gas heating throughout
– Quality timber look floating floors
– Spa bath to master’s ensuite
– Neatly presented easy-care gardens throughout
– Alarm system
– Efficient split-system reverse-cycle
– Skylights throughout
– Winter heat blankets to pool
– Close to a range of shopping precincts and coffee spots
CT / 5574/409
Council / City of Charles Sturt
Zoning / R’16
Built / 1962
Land / 668m2
Frontage / 24.38m
Council Rates / $1518.30pa
SA Water / $216.84pq
ES Levy / $347.85pa
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