12:30PM - 01:00PM
Saturday 27 February
Restore 1900s glory with dual street access and a city-fringe sweet side…
If it’s historic and honest you want within a vibrant and friendly community, this is it. “Lavender Cottage” – a c1900 2-bedroom villa, claiming a corner stake amongst turn-of-the-century character barely 2kms from North Terrace, still serves a neighbourly “hello” on the daily.
A treasure find with lifestyle afoot – a beer at The Wheatsheaf, dinner at Eatilly’s or Mr Sunshine’s, and groceries from Thebarton Foodland down the road – you could be next to polish this community-centric pocket.
The character villa, its cottage gardens, contemporary courtyard, and dual street functionality adds to the merit – the stone façade’s bay windows echo a pottery shopfront past while the gated driveway (off Albert Street) greets a carport, part laundry, part workshop/garage – outbuildings awaiting their next possibly commercial venture at the hands of the willing.
Quaint, and full of soul and quirk, the home offers 2 bedrooms, a living room, and a formal dining room ahead of a rear eat-in kitchen and basic bathroom; its ready-to-better interiors include a decorative living room fireplace, slate floors, carpets, linoleum, and loads of timber accents – panelling, slatted ceilings, and custom joinery a legacy passed on by the home’s 35-year owner.
Restore, reinvent, reimagine – and here, there is every reason to take the plunge.
Close to premier schools and the free city tram, Linear Park trails, Summer Sounds at Bonython Park, Plant4 Bowden’s eatery array, the Brickworks Marketplace, even North Adelaide Golf Course – there’s a bona fide sweet side to this semi-industrial city fringe…
– A ripe for renovation c1900 stone-fronted villa
– Valuable dual street access (via George & Albert Sts.)
– Low-care cottage garden & courtyard
– Zoning to Adelaide & Adelaide Botanic High Schools
– A stroll to Temple Christian & St George Colleges
– George Street retail, cafes & dining
– An eclectic mix of commercial & character living
– Easy access to South Road or the free city tram
– The Wheatsheaf’s low-key pub atmosphere
– Character, quirk & a quiet, friendly community
And so much more…
CT / 5496/602
Council / City of West Torrens
Zoning / UrC’37
Built / 1900
Land / 328m2
Frontage / 10.36m
Council Rates / $1230.00pa
SA Water / $166.85pq
ES Levy / $53.90pa
Nearby Schools / Torrensville P.S, Sturt Street Community School, Cowandilla P.S, Richmond P.S, Bowden Brompton Community School, Adelaide H.S, Adelaide Botanic H.S, Thebarton Senior College
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