Convenient city lifestyle
An inner-city apartment is close to many facilities, writes Tom Bowden.
Athree-bedroom apartment in one of the city’s most enviable locations offers comfortable living in the heart of the East End shopping and restaurant precinct.
Diana Moore’s late mother Beryl Lloyd bought the home in 1998 and Mrs Moore says the home’s location suited her mother perfectly.
‘‘She was one of the first tenants and she loved the fact it was in the city,’’ Mrs Moore says.
‘‘She used to love going to the Art Gallery and the State Library.
‘‘It was within easy walking distance of Rundle Mall and she was a life member of the zoo, so it was really handy.’’
The first floor apartment has three bedrooms. The master suite has a walk-through robe which leads to a modern ensuite.
This ensuite is complete with a toilet, vanity unit and a shower.
The second bedroom measures 3.09m x 3.32 m and the third bedroom, measuring 3.1m x 4.51m, features a built-in robe.
The home features an open-plan lounge and dining area that open to an 8m x 2.25m balcony that overlooks a quiet central courtyard.
‘‘Ebenezer Place has just taken off recently and there are a lot more little food places that have opened up, so it’s a great location but it was really quiet and noise was never an issue,’’ Mrs Moore says. The galley- style kitchen features a dishwasher, cooktop, corner pantry, built-in cupboards and a double sink.
Off the main passageway is a laundry and the bathroom features a separate shower and bath, a toilet and a vanity unit. Mrs Moore says the home would suit a variety of buyers, particularly investors.
‘‘We’ve let it out recently and we’ve never had issues finding tenants,’’ Mrs Moore says.