proudly marketed by
Century21 - Jason Irwin & Associates
Living Here is a "Walk in the Park"
Offering front row seats to Baroda reserve, this is the family home that you deserve!! The location on offer here is just amazing with literally everything being within a 5-7 minute drive away. As you step inside this magnificent property you instantly know that you're going to be taken on a fabulous journey where quality and quantity come together. Built in 1970 the Colonial home offers 4 large bedrooms & study, a spacious kitchen with walk in pantry and a casual meals area. From there the home moves to another level with a supersized formal dining area, a central bar room and the most incredible sunken formal living room with exposed beams, high ceilings and ornate windows. These spaces all provide a wonderful flow from the indoors to the outdoors where a large central entertaining area is the focus to all these spaces. The summer socialising continues in your fully fenced in ground pool which is solar heated and salt chlorinated. Other fantastic features of this property include the ducted reverse cycle air conditioning, split system reverse cycle air conditioning, roller shutters throughout, a security system, new fencing, incredible dual driveways for parking multiple vehicles, dual garaging with auto doors and another carport with auto door. The home is also NBN ready but currently enjoys 100mbps high speed cable internet for those business professionals or students. Rarely does a home in the highly sought after suburb of Netley get to enjoy such a vast array of lifestyle options...It delivers on living space, it delivers on car accommodation and it certainly delivers on location with major shopping precincts, fabulous colleges, schools and the airport all just a few minutes away.... and did we mention the walking / bike track to Glenelg that's literally straight across the road!! This is a home you'll want to own!!
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Southern Adelaide
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Don McKenzie (Photographer)