a ro­man­tic sea­side es­cape

The Advertiser - Real Estate - - Yorke Peninsula -

THIS stun­ning, ren­o­vated stone build­ing is only a street back from the seafront at Edith­burgh. In a past life, the prop­erty was owned by ‘‘Tip­per’’, the town black­smith.

Now hav­ing un­der­gone ma­jor ren­o­va­tions over a two-year pe­riod, the build­ing of­fers a clever com­bi­na­tion of red brick floor­ing, re­cy­cled tim­ber, ex­posed stone walls and qual­ity fix­tures and fit­tings.

The main build­ing com­prises three bed­rooms all with en suites and two liv­ing ar­eas that have been utilised on a bed-and-break­fast ba­sis where ei­ther one, two or all three bed­rooms can be rented, for a ro­man­tic sea­side es­cape.

The main kitchen/din­ing/liv­ing area has high win­dows and french doors that face east and open on to a pri­vate court­yard, with a vine-cov­ered per­gola for a per­fect sum­mer re­treat.

Be­hind the home is a steep-pitched stor­age shed with room for two ve­hi­cles plus a mez­za­nine for of­fice space.

There are a myr­iad op­tions here, as the classy fur­ni­ture is avail­able to pur­chase if a B & B is to be con­tin­ued or the new own­ers could utilise all the prop­erty for their own lux­u­ri­ous get­away.

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