foothills and fancy free

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NES­TLED in the leafy foothills of Tea Tree Gully is this de­light­ful dou­ble­storey home, which makes the most of vis­ual ap­peal without sac­ri­fic­ing func­tion­al­ity.

There are three large bed­rooms, in­clud­ing a spa­cious mas­ter suite with an ex­pan­sive walk-in wardrobe and en suite with spa.

The other two bed­rooms are at sep­a­rate ends of the home’s up­per level, both with ex­tra-large built-in wardrobes.

To the right of the en­try hall and stair­way is the com­bined lounge and din­ing room, which is spa­cious and stylish. A bay win­dow pro­vides plenty of nat­u­ral light.

A sec­ond ca­sual meals and liv­ing area is at the rear of the home and leads through to the black­wood kitchen.

Pre­par­ing meals for the fam­ily is made as pleas­ant as pos­si­ble, with a large walk-in pantry, plenty of bench and stor­age space, gas oven and hot­plates, dish­washer and a servery.

Out­side, there is an ex­cel­lent un­der-cover en­ter­tain­ing area with ceil­ing fans from the per­gola roof.

Lush gar­dens and shady trees sur­round the area, which leads to a games room at­tached to the dou­ble garage.

A sec­ond out­door area on the other side of the prop­erty of­fers the chance to qui­etly re­lax from the ac­tiv­i­ties in the rest of the home. The house has ducted cool­ing and heat­ing through­out and there is plenty of stor­age space and a work­shop with ac­cess for a ve­hi­cle.

The beau­ti­ful lo­ca­tion is an­other draw­card - the nat­u­ral sur­round­ings sug­gest some­where far be­yond Ade­laide’s north­east­ern sub­urbs.

The city heart is about 30 min­utes by car, but there are sev­eral shop­ping cen­tres nearby, as well as pub­lic trans­port and schools.

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