Gabled Tudor manor born around 1930
You can walk to Burnside Village, writes Tom Dougherty.
AFREESTONEfronted triple-gabled Tudor home at Linden Park was built circa 1930 and is set on an 836sq m block. Just off of the front entrance hall is a living room, which has a gas heater, an airconditioning unit and a bay window that looks out to the front.
It has a dining room adjacent, which has a fireplace.
A door from the dining room opens into the kitchen and meals room, which features a walk-in pantry.
The property has up to three bedrooms, with a window to the front and an airconditioning unit in the master.
The second bedroom is in the middle of the home, and it has direct access to a study adjacent, which could be used as a third bedroom if needed.
The bathroom is situated near the bedrooms, and it features a bath and a separate shower.
At the back of the property there is a laundry, with a toilet adjacent.
There is also a sunroom at the back of the property, with a door out to the backyard where a pergola looks out over a lawn and an established garden.
There is also a single-car garage in the backyard.
Other features of the home include a rainwater tank, a clothes line, and leadlighting throughout.
Set on Beatty St, the property is within walking distance to the Burnside Village.
There are several good schools located near the home, including Linden Park Primary School, Rose Park Primary School and Marryatville High School.