This two storey, 4 bedroom house was built in a Southern suburb of Adelaide on a lot of 717 m2 by a family of four in 1973, in a hilly area where the founders of Adelaide went hunting in the past and have been calling it Huntfield Heights since.
Like most houses in this area, this one has double brick walls, but unlike others has a second storey with spiral stairs leading to it.
Indoor living area of the house is approx. 156 m2 with adjacent pergola covering 32 m2 of paved patio, and 24 m2 of a carport to accommodate 2 cars behind a roller door. There also is a parking space in the front yard for 2 more cars or a caravan.
Wooden floorboards are throughout the ground level while upstairs there is a modern floating floor.
Recently updated kitchen is equipped with stainless steel dishwasher, double sink, oven, and gas cooktop.
Tiled roof was restored 4 years ago just before installation of 1.5 kW solar panels. Electric window shutters were installed shortly after. Energy from solar panels in combination with a gas cooktop and a gas boiler makes the costs of running the household very low.
Local shopping centre with Woolworths and Hungry Jacks by Main South Road is 5 minutes on foot away, far enough to make living tranquil and safe amongst friendly neighbours. For those keen to stroll, run, or cycle, there is a nearby Coast to Vines Track.
Inspections by appointment are available within 2 hour notice.