Effortlessly meeting the demands of todays most discerning buyer these two townhouses represent unbeatable value in the rapidly developing precinct of Blair Athol. Ideal for young professionals, stylish in design and ideally positioned for easy access to the vibrant city lifestyle.
Strategically located for an exquisite lifestyle, this brand new development by HPG Developments presents an unprecedented opportunity not to be missed by first home buyers, investors, and medium size families. This is a mini-executive living opportunity in one of Adelaides most progressive suburb. If you are looking for something better than the regular small apartments', here is the opportunity to own one or two!
Sitting on block of 208 sqm, this natural light filled townhouse offers very practical floorplan. This home also comprises a good size laundry and ample storage in the garage area, three toilets and two bathrooms, ducted and zoned reverse cycle air conditioner, zoned alarm system and lock-up garage with remote automatic roller door, plus open space room for two more cars. Equipped with quality fixtures, these brand new townhouse is the epitome of carefree living. Lock and leave if/when need be.
Upon entry you will be greeted into formal lounge area with high ceilings. The open-plan living and dinning areas are finished with timber floorboards for easy care and cleaning. This area is built for entertaining; consisting of a modern kitchen, spacious lounge room and extra room for a formal dining area. High quality steel appliances (gas cook-top, electric oven, dishwasher, double-sink, 90cm fridge space), with soft touch cabinets, island with double sink, ample cupboard space are made for the chef of the family to perform well!
The open plan living area overlooks your private lush green backyard. The French sliding doors extend your living area, that is ideal for entertaining, family BBQ's, or just sit down and have a coppa whilst watching kids and pets running around.
Elegant design, thoughtfully-styled interiors and premium finishes are brought together in these residences for exceptional quality living.
Upstairs comprises of 3 generous size carpeted bedrooms, the master bedroom with ensuite and walk-in robes. Second and third bedrooms both featuring built-in robes wall to wall, floor to ceiling. There is a versatile and separate second bathroom and toilet with high quality finish. The second bathroom and toilet are central in the upper level for easy access, between bedroom 2 and 3.
Side Access Gate
Gas hot water system
2 Open-space car spaces
Formal lounge & dining spaces
First Home Buyers Grant applicable
Rain Water Tank (1000 ltrs- Plumbed)
Manicured & private landscaped backyard
Zoned ducted reverse cycle air conditioning
Stainless steel appliances and stone benchtops
Close to schools, shopping centres, & playgrounds
Near public transport (only 10 minutes to downtown)
Fully insulated internal & external walls, ceiling & batts
Architecturally designed to suit almost any living dynamic
Three bedrooms with ensuite to master and multiple built in robes
Secure 1.5 garage with built-in laundry and cabinets and storage space
The well designed kitchen overlooks the open plan living area and backyard
Council: Port Adelaide Enfield
Eq. Building Area: 145 sqm (approx)
Council Rates: $350/pq (approx)
Water Rate: $220/pq (approx)
Built: 2017-18 (Brand New)
Rental Yield: $400-420/Week
Land: 208 sqm (approx)
Interest is sure to be HIGH, so make sure you will be quick to inspect this one!
For more details contact MEDI on 0418 500 812
Speak to TURNER Property Management about managing this property #turntoturner#
Major features of the area include Churchill Centre (shopping centre), Junction Markets, Dogs SA, Islington railway workshops, Barton Street Reserve, Blair Athol Reserve, Dingley Dell Reserve, Jack Watkins Reserve, Kilburn Community Centre Gardens, Mapleton Reserve, Palmer Avenue Reserve, Peter McKay Reserve, Rushworth Reserve, Sunnybrae Reserve, the Kilburn railway station and several schools. Settlement of the area dates from the late 1830s, with land used mainly for farming. Growth took place during the late 1800s and early 1900s. Significant development occurred during the post-war years. The population was relatively stable between 1996 and 2006. The population then increased gradually as new dwellings were added to the area, particularly medium density housing, resulting in an increase in the average number of persons living in each dwelling. Current population density is 21.3 person per hectare.