Soaring rafters, family stretch & a home in sync with idyllic surrounds
Barely out of the suburbs, walkable minutes to Stirling and a 10-minute scoot to the Tollgate is a solid brick, renovated 1980s home stretching across an idyllic, 1800sqm of botanical landscape.
Soaring rooflines, subtle split levels, exposed brick and timber beams; its era beautifully apparent with up to 4 bedrooms of family worthiness leading you inside and upstairs first – first glances giving you an above-the-world view of its open plan heart.
Step down to casual living, meals and a kitchen taking in lush surrounds through full double-glazing, turning up the cosiness with a combustion fire, and cooling down via split system air conditioning and a ceiling fan.
Tasmanian Oak encases the kitchen enriched with quality stainless appliances, sprawling benchtops for prep space, with valuable watch over garden play while washing up.
Where crowds converge, louvred bi-folds conceal the wine cellar, bar potential or extra storage, while hardy cork floors add extra warmth to the expansive open plan space and a soft landing for the wayward tumbler.
Outside, a paved patio stretch says stay longer as the daylight does under a gabled, 10m roofline grabbing an eyeful of established trees, lawns the kids (and dogs) will love, and an irrigated expanse worth bringing the ride on mower out for.
Upstairs succumbs to peace and quiet, and nothing says recline with a book better than the lounge capturing northern sun, gardens through its angled full-height panes, and a fireside ambience.
Nearby, the parent’s domain gravitates to the first of 2 modernised bathrooms before bedding down to tree fern outlooks.
Saving the real wow for the 3-way, fully tiled family bathroom, beaming light from its peaked ceilings where the skylight draws the eye upwards – it’s impressive…
From solar power and hot water savings to substantial family space, a dual width driveway, dual garaging, and extra 2-car parking for the kid’s cars or work ute under the sturdy shade sail, stretch out and look out over a sublime Crafers landscape.
– Split level family home on landscaped, botanical surrounds
– Moments to walking trails, playgrounds & Protea Reserve
– 2 serene living zones
– 2 renovated bathrooms
– 3 carpeted queen bedrooms with BIRs
– 4th bedroom/study
– 60000L of plumbed & filtered rainwater
– Solar hot water
– Pop-up sprinklers & garden irrigation
– 3.2kW of solar panels (on valuable, original tariff)
– Walking distance to Crafers Primary School
– Zoning to Heathfield High
CT / 5447/639
Council / Adelaide Hills
Zoning / CL
Built / 1987
Land / 1832m2
Council Rates / $2561.60pa
SA Water / $342.73pq
ES Levy / $173.70pa
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