Demand nothing less than a year-round entertainer with rugged looks and self-contained retreat in a suburb on the rise…
With its rugged looks, serious garaging, flexible floor plan, year-round entertaining options, and the added bonus of a self-contained retreat; this robust 3-4-bedroom home takes the back-in-vogue best bits of ’80s architecture and wraps them lovingly around a demanding family.
If the family is bursting at the seams, then that rear retreat – with its own bathroom, kitchenette, some 36sqm of room to move, and external access – will be a welcoming sight for pesky teens, live-in grandparents or some income supplementing AirBnB guests.
Those best bits include exposed brick – inside and out – lofty raked ceilings, light-grabbing hopper windows and a solid Tasmanian Oak kitchen with black granite bench tops, Nobel oven, Siemens dishwasher and prime position at the home’s heart.
From there, the family can branch out to their nicely sized bedrooms or freely roam amongst an open mix of living spaces that stretch from front to an alfresco pavilion with polished concrete floors and weather-propelling cafe blinds.
Just as the pavilion is essentially a bonus living space, the solid timber bar will be a handy party trick up your sleeve in the cooler months.
With a 4-car garage/carport, there will be no problems finding a park – or a space for your boat or caravan. That’s if you need a car, of course…
A walk from Athelstone Primary School and public transport to St Ignatius’ College and beyond, the path to tertiary education and the best of the north east is a map easy to follow in Athelstone – a suburb on the up, just 20 minutes ‘down the road’ from the CBD. Demand nothing less.
More reasons why we love this home:
– Ducted evaporative cooling and gas log fire
– Easy-care rear yard with shed, lawn and bench-seating
– Storage galore, including built in robes to all bedrooms
– Electronic roller door entry to 4-car lock-up carport
– Low-maintenance tiled floors to main living areas
– Flexible floorplan with dining, lounge room and casual meals zone
– Sun-blocking window shutters
– Stackable bi-fold doors to rear – creating a smooth transition from inside to out
– Just a short drive from Newton Village and Central shopping precincts
– Walking distance from public transport
CT / 5420/535
Council / City of Campbelltown
Zoning / R’4
Built / 1980
Land / 597m2 approx
Council Rates / $1,285.60pa
SA Water / $176.33pq
ES Levy / $199pa
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