Keep the comfy status quo or build something special on a sub-dividable (STCC) slice of surging Blair Athol…
A strong 3–4-bedroom home that is by no means ready to stop wrapping its spacious, versatile arms around a young family would also welcome a brand new dawn on some 750sqm of sub-dividable (STCC) land – making it a sound investment in more ways than one, just moments from Prospect Road’s edgy cafe/dining scene.
If you need any inspiration at all, simply take a quick drive around these leafy, wide streets to see the developments that point to Blair Athol’s rise in popularity – not surprising given its 15-minute commute from the CBD.
With a prized northerly aspect, polished pine floors, 2.7m-high ceilings, an airy and light mix of living zones, and a second level extension that added a versatile retreat/4th bedroom to the equation; keeping the status quo is worth considering.
Of course if you feel like getting creative, there’s not much (apart from a stud wall and a weekend working bee) stopping you from making the neat kitchen/meals zone and adjacent lounge into one open-plan space.
The current owners were rather creative when they turned the original third bedroom into a walk-in robe and en-suite – putting a luxurious exclamation mark on a much loved home with the added bonus of a sunroom and a rear yard with expansive shedding, established gardens, lawn for play and room to extend.
But why extend if you can start the dream from scratch, whether you go with that ‘build two and sell one’ approach or go big on the existing block. It’s exciting, in more ways than one.
More reasons why we love this home:
– Two-car carport and large double shed/garage with concrete floor and power
– Storage galore, including built-in robes throughout
– Full height tiling and frameless walk-in shower to ensuite, plus terrazzo floors and tub to main bathroom
– Efficient split R/C and ceiling fans throughout
– Custom blinds/window furnishings
– NBN provisions
– Gas hot water
– Close to a range of schools, including Prospect North and Enfield Primary Schools
– Just a short drive from Sefton Plaza and Northpark shopping precincts
– Walking distance from public transport to the CBD
– And so many more.
CT / 5605/473
Council / City of Port Adelaide Enfield
Zoning / R’64
Built / 1960
Land / 752m2
Frontage / 19.19m
Council Rates / $1388.50pa
SA Water / $204.46pq
ES Levy / $140.25pa
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