Storybook appeal & solid reno potential with dual street exposure.
Amongst the leafy avenues Glandore is acclaimed for comes a much-loved, circa 1950s character home granting the chance to renovate, extend, or take charge of its valuable, double street frontages (STCC)…
Making it even more enticing is its storybook appeal on a north/south aspect a hop-skip to the train and tram, Castle Plaza and Kurralta Park retail, in the heart of the respected Black Forest Primary School catchment.
Inside is a neutral and pliable 3-bedroom canvas – pliable enough to live in or lease as is until you fine-tune its future – while outside, its small predominantly paved rear garden saves the spotlight for its cottage garden arrival.
The home’s subtle tones and functional basics fill a carpeted lounge with wall air conditioning and a gas fire, the central kitchen with a sunroom servery pass, a formal dining room nearby, 3 carpeted bedrooms and a 1990s updated bathroom.
Solar heating, solar panels and an extra burst of daylight from the robust, lean-to sunroom sees it instantly suitable for a couple or growing family.
While the central and spacious kitchen – with dual living zone and dining room connection – says drop a wall or two and make it completely open plan, council approval considered.
Where the robust, lean-to style sunroom says look through it or knock through it – a sunny space that lives like an indoor/outdoor room with sliding glass backyard reach.
In a spot that puts Marion, the city and the Bay in convenient vicinity, and virtually around the corner, leisure contenders for all ages such as Glandore Oval, Glandore Tennis Club and cricket nets, grab its lifestyle size and enviable position with the solid certainty of renovation potential…
– Storybook appeal on a corner allotment
– Original pine floors to the hallway & kitchen
– Freestanding gas cooktop & oven
– 1990s updated bathroom (separate WC off laundry)
– Solar hot water & solar panels
– 2.7m ceilings
– Security system
– 3 carpeted bedrooms (master with ceiling fan, one robed)
– Single garage from Narkunda Street
– Zoning to popular Black Forest Primary School
CT / 5436/271
Council / City of Marion
Zoning / R’17
Built / 1954
Land / 396.0m2
Council Rates / $1899.85pa
SA Water / $206.85pq
ES Levy / $328.70pa
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