This affordable home is a fantastic way for first home buyers to enter the property market. Built in 1910, the charming two-bedroom settlers cottage is steeped in character and tradition. Located opposite Eric Sutton Reserve hosting the Rosewater Football Club, Port Adelaide footy fans have the power to make this 560m2 (approx.) property their own.
The corner block position allows direct access into the supersized freestanding rumpus room with endless possibilities – the perfect place to kick back and celebrate a Port Power (or RFC!) win with your buddies.
There are two spacious bedrooms each boasting authentic timber floorboards and ceiling fans. Enjoying a front garden outlook, the master bedroom also boasts a modern built-in robe, with air-conditioning in the second bedroom.
Updated a while back to create a classic federation style bathroom which blends beautifully with the home's originality, this is a generous bathroom providing a full-sized bath for those who like to soak, and a spacious shower alcove along with elegant tiling.
Perhaps surprisingly, the property enjoys two living areas – a formal lounge with a/c and fireplace, and an open-plan, split-level kitchen and family/meals area.
With two verandahs providing covered outdoor spaces, this little entertainer has you covered with winters in the rumpus room and summers outdoors in the leafy backyard where a timber deck and spa provide a peaceful outlook to the established shady gardens and lawn.
• Three a/c units
• Three ceiling fans
• Central kitchen with dishwasher, gas cooktop
• Original timber floorboards
• Separate laundry
• Two car spaces
• Cottage garden
Be spoilt by the short walk to local bus stops and Grand Junction Road where there are plenty of shops, restaurants, cafes to explore. Mt Carmel College is just two blocks away and it's less than five kilometres to the summertime fun on the beach at Semaphore South.
Council rates / approx $TBA p.a
SA water / approx $TBA p.q
ES levy / approx $TBA p.a