Thor­oughly mod­ern

A low-main­te­nance pad of­fers city liv­ing in a quiet lo­ca­tion, writes Thomas Conlin.

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REN­O­VATED ex­ten­sively by the cur­rent own­ers, an Ade­laide pad presents an op­por­tu­nity for mod­ern city liv­ing in a great lo­ca­tion. A quiet side-street lo­ca­tion close to Whit­more Square gives the twobed­room home a peace­ful, pri­vate ap­peal only a stone’s throw from nearby restau­rants and nightspots.

Also close to the Cen­tral Mar­ket, the ven­dor says the home would suit a young pro­fes­sional cou­ple or re­tirees look­ing for a low-main­te­nance, cen­trally lo­cated prop­erty.

A num­ber or re­cent ren­o­va­tions car­ried out by the ven­dors – one of whom is an award-win­ning in­te­rior de­signer – give the in­te­rior a light and open feel.

The bath­room has re­ceived a de­signer ren­o­va­tion within the past year while new floor­ing has been in­stalled in the two dou­ble bed­rooms, which in­clude build-in robes.

The down­stairs liv­ing ar­eas have been up­graded with porce­lain tiling.

The ven­dor says the home is given added pri­vacy and se­cu­rity as it is not at­tached to sur­round­ing prop­er­ties.

‘‘It’s a free­stand­ing town­house - some­thing that’s rel­a­tively unique these days com­pared with a lot of the new town­houses around the city,’’ the ven­dor says.

A west-fac­ing bal­cony ter­race takes ad­van­tage of the af­ter­noon sun and is ac­ces­si­ble through the main bed­room.

‘‘It looks over the top of the row cot­tages in that south­west cor­ner of the city,’’ the ven­dor says.

An en­closed court­yard gar­den, with a neat planted bor­der, is per­fect for out­door en­ter­tain­ing and re­lax­ing.

The home also has se­cure, undercover off-street park­ing.

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