Alberton Growth Stats
3 Months: 7.9%
12 Months: 0.9%
3 Years: 16.7%
5 Years: 15.1%
Auction On Site USP
GUIDE: $600,000.00 -$750,000.00
renovated BLUESTONE VILLA IN THE HEART OF HISTORIC ALBERTON!
Nick Psarros and Nathaniel Kennerdale are pleased to present to the market this beautifully styled, double fronted symmetrical bluestone villa with bull-nose verandah. Built in 1920 and sited on appro.. Show more >
Nick Psarros and Nathaniel Kennerdale are pleased to present to the market this beautifully styled, double fronted symmetrical bluestone villa with bull-nose verandah. Built in 1920 and sited on approx 596m2 of Historic Alberton land, this is an opportunity to reside in one of the most sought after areas in the West! An abundance of living space is showcased not only inside the home with it's huge extension, open plan kitchen, dining and family room but also outside with the huge undercover Alfresco area. This really is the ultimate entertainer!
WHAT WE LOVE ABOUT THIS GORGEOUS HOME
*4 spacious bedrooms
*Master bedroom with built-in robes, ceiling fan and gorgeous ensuite with plantation shutters
*Modern Chef's kitchen showcasing a Fisher & Paykel ceramic cooktop with pop up gas rings and pop up power point, integrated Miele wall oven and integrated convection/microwave, Fisher & Paykel double drawer dishwasher, an abundance of quality cabinetry, Caesar stone island bench/breakfast bar, a huge double sink integrated into a stainless steel work bench-top and a hidden walk-in pantry
*Large open plan kitchen, dining, family area with polished concrete floors and feature gas log heater. The indoors flow seamlessly to the outdoors via commercial cafe style folding doors facilitating inclusive entertaining on a grand scale
*Polished timber baltic pine floors through main home
*Stunning Chandeliers and statement light fittings throughout
*Ducted evaporative airconditioning
*Spectacular main bathroom with polished concrete floors, huge bathtub, separate shower with rain shower head, expansive custom built vanity made from the original jarrah joists of the home and heated towel racks
*High ornate ceilings and skirtings
*Feature ornate fireplaces in most rooms
*Spacious laundry with loads of cabinetry, clothes hanging rail and custom built bench made from the original jarrah joists of the home
*Carport and off-street parking for 2-3 vehicles
*Solar gas hot water
*Security screen front door
*2 huge water tanks
The rear of this stunning home is truly spectacular and features an undercover alfresco area with expansive decking, downlights and outdoor speakers perfect for all year round dining and entertaining. The yard has a substantial lawn area, herb planter box, established plants including a mature fruit tree. Behind a screen the garden shed is tucked away conveniently out of the way in the rear corner.
Just a minute's walk to Company Square which is a beautiful park with tennis courts, playground & BBQ facilities, what could be more appealing? Then to complete this lifestyle package the neighbours have been given a rave review!
Alberton, ?Albert Town' like Port Adelaide, is rich in historical significance as it was established in 1839. Angas Street like many of the streets in Alberton took the names of the original South Australian founders, while others, such as 'Prince', 'Queen' and 'King' Streets reflect their English heritage. Even in the mid 1800's Alberton was seen as the prime spot between the Port and Adelaide City.
Alberton Train Station was one of the first local stations to open in South Australia. The stone and brick building on the Port Adelaide-bound platform is the original station building dating from 1856. There is a regular train service from Alberton station to Adelaide and Outer Harbor. Approximately 16 minutes via train, 21 minutes via car.
Local schools include Mt Carmel College and Alberton Primary School.
Local amenities PEAR Community Café, IGA, Takeaway food shop, Discount pharmacy, pizza shop and the family friendly Historic Alberton Hotel. First licensed in 1848, the Alberton Hotel is one of the oldest hotels in South Australia. For the past 60 years, it has been owned and operated by the Brien family. The old bluestone structure still stands at the same spot on the corner of Port Road and Sussex Street.
Alberton is home to AFL team ?Port Adelaide'.
***Regarding price. The property is being offered to the market by way of Auction, unless sold prior. At this stage, the vendors are not releasing a price guide to the market. The agent is not able to guide the market or influence the market in terms of price instead providing recent sales data for the area which is available upon request via email or at the open inspection***
"The vendors statement may be inspected at 129 Port Road, Queenstown for 3 consecutive days preceding the auction and at the auction for 30 minutes before it starts."
Disclaimer: Neither the Agent nor the Vendor accept any liability for any error or omission in this advertisement.
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