Traditional villa built in 1900s
This bluestone villa needs a new owner, writes Tom Bowden.
AN Unley villa that has been in the same family for the past 40 years is looking for a new owner. The 1900s villa is being sold to finalise a deceased estate and offers a northerly rear aspect on its 743sq m block.
The home has seven rooms and is currently set up as three bedrooms and a study.
The home also has a formal loungeroom and a large kitchen and family room.
The home offers 178sq m of living space and has character features including a wide hallway, open fireplaces and high ceilings.
There is an open-plan kitchen which features a dishwasher, oven, rangehood, double sink and ample cupboard and benchspace including overhead cupboards.
This room is serviced by two airconditioners, one of which is a split-system unit.
The lounge room measures 5.7m x 4m and has a heater set into the original fireplace.
Three other rooms feature original fireplaces.
The family bathroom has a shower and separate toilet and vanity.
The fourth bedroom, accessible from the main family room features an ensuite with shower, toilet and vanity unit.
The home has a separate laundry which is accessible via the kitchen and backyard, and the home features both front and rear verandas.
The front yard has a lockable gate, stone wall and an iron fence and it also features established trees.
The low-maintenance backyard includes a lawned area with a clothes line, a shade area covered by a vine, and several established trees.
The carport measures 3.7m x 11.9m and the backyard features a lockable garage with two-door access, a rainwater tank and a rear shed.
The home is located close to Unley Oval and is also a short walk from the suburb’s cafes, shops and restaurants.