‘S’ is for sandstone, studio and serenity…only in Stirling.
A home that is simply getting better with age will welcome you with open arms on a 1350sqm (approx.) slice of Stirling with the magical gardens to match the feeling that the city is surely more than 20 minutes away.
It isn’t. And this time, the best of both worlds – strengthened by Stirling’s surging popularity and stellar schools – is wrapped in sandstone and big, light grabbing windows to conjure that country cottage feel.
If its cul-de-sac locale doesn’t whisk those daily stresses away, the creek and native plantings of your terraced gardens will. Amongst it all is a studio for your artistic endeavours.
It all makes way for a 1960s-built 3-bedroom home with a wonderfully simple footprint and a workshop under the main roof.
Only a sandstone feature wall stands between the galley kitchen – with granite tops and stainless appliances – and a lounge room with hardwood floors and expansive garden views.
Every bedroom is as spacious as the next and never far from a main bathroom with tessellated tile floors, vintage timber vanity and a classic claw bath.
The garden has an abundance of azaleas, rhododendrons, hydrangeas, camellias, agapanthas, and other English varieties. Also including mature oaks, ferns, tree ferns and pines, providing a peaceful, leafy retreat.
The simple genius in its design: that you can – with one close of the door – separate sleep from that very versatile living zone with dining area, fireplace and a bay window born to host a cup of tea and good book…
The writing is on the wall. This is the one.
And there’s more:
– Ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling
– Dishwasher, double sink, Puratap and plenty of storage to kitchen
– Storage galore – including linen press and quality built-in robes to bedrooms 2 and 3
– Heat banks in the living room and passage
– Electricity and storage to separate studio
– Established gardens with a mix of native and exotic plantings
– Automatic watering system
– Double carport
– Gravel driveway
– Close to a range of quality schools, including Stirling East Primary School, St Catherine’s School and Heathfield High School
– Just 10 minutes from the Tollgate
CT / 5135/156
Council / City of Adelaide Hills
Zoning / CL’29
Built / 1960
Land / 1351m2
Council Rates / $2124pa
SA Water / $292.55pq
ES Levy / $146.25pa
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