The perfect foundation for your 2021 property goals in Morphettville
Best Offers By 12pm Tuesday 29th of December (unless sold prior)
If you’re looking for an exciting new project to kick off your 2021, this Torrens titled three-bedroom home on a very manageable 700m2 blank canvas presents as the perfect new home address in up-and-coming Morphettville.
In the same family since it’s 1964 build, the stage is set for choosing your own adventure for this prime site’s next chapter.
Work with the structurally sound double brick foundations and its simple red brick façade, set back pleasantly from the street – or create the brand new home of your dreams behind its 16.75m frontage.
At current, a central hallway takes you past three carpeted bedrooms; two and three offer built-in robes, while the largest, front-facing bedroom has room to add your own.
A large living/lounge room connects via sliding doors to the rear kitchen and meals, where a well-maintained kitchen in a neutral colour palette offers plenty of counter space, storage, and an attached verandah for enjoying summer days.
Outdoors, the north-facing backyard offers plenty of room for a pool, deck, or luxe home extension of your choosing.
From this sunny home base, there’s so much to savour in the modern lifestyle provided by Morphettville, between the city and the sea in the City of Marion.
Walk to Sublime Coffee Roasters on your Saturday morning, shop the afternoon away at Westfield Marion, and enjoy the evening relaxing at the Morphett Arms, just moments away.
Surrounded by ovals and reserves, while minutes to Morphettville Racecourse, Marion Outdoor Pool and Leisure Centre, and a short drive to Glenelg, Brighton, and Somerton beaches, there’s never a dull moment in Morphettville.
– Reverse cycle ducted A/C throughout plus ceiling fans to all main rooms
– Double brick construction and insulated ceiling
– Well-maintained bathroom with bath, shower and separate toilet
– Dedicated laundry
– Secure rear double garage
– Garden shed
– Easy access to quality schooling including Forbes Primary, Westminster School and Immanuel College while zoned to Hamilton Secondary College
– Walking distance to bus public transport along Bray Street, while trams travelling to the city are under 1km away
CT / 5651/620
Council / City of Marion
Zoning / R’15
Built / 1964
Land / 700m2
Frontage / 16.75m
Council Rates / $1,498.57pa
SA Water / $77.72pq
ES Levy / $95.75pa
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 (including but not limited to a property’s land size, floor plans and size, building age and condition) Interested parties should make their own enquiries and obtain their own legal advice. Should this property be scheduled for auction, the Vendor’s Statement may be inspected at any Harris Real Estate office for 3 consecutive business days immediately preceding the auction and at the auction for 30 minutes before it starts.