live the re­sort life

The Advertiser - Real Estate - - Real Estate - words Han­nah Sil­ver­man photography Greg Higgs

WITH the beach at the doorstep and a halften­nis court at the rear, this life­style prop­erty will pro­vide a slice of par­adise for the new own­ers. The house has lux­u­ri­ous fix­tures and fit­tings, ex­udes el­e­gance and will suit fam­i­lies and re­tirees, agent Phil McMa­hon says.

‘‘It’s a fun prop­erty with lots of ac­com­mo­da­tion and car park­ing and it’s low­main­te­nance,’’ he says.

‘‘For the busy fam­ily – they work hard, the kids go to school – they can come home and just en­joy it.’’

For those who like to en­ter­tain, there is an un­der-cover decked area out­side.

This area over­looks the swim­ming pool and the ten­nis court while boast­ing won­der­ful views to the beau­ti­ful Ade­laide Hills.

It would be per­fect to en­ter­tain friends and fam­ily, yet you can still keep an eye on the chil­dren as they en­joy the great out­doors.

‘‘Kids can even play net­ball, roller-blade or ride their push­bikes on the court,’’ Mr McMa­hon says.

The prime water­front lo­ca­tion means the beach is just sec­onds away.

Al­though the house is one of two ad­join­ing prop­er­ties, Mr McMa­hon says it is de­cep­tively large.

‘‘It’s one of two Tor­rens ti­tles but it has a re­sort­style feel with the half-court ten­nis court and the pool,’’ he says.

‘‘It’s a con­sid­er­ably large home, even though it’s one of two.’’

On the ground floor, a large open-plan lounge, din­ing and kitchen are cen­tral to the home.

‘‘Fam­i­lies would love the lounge, kitchen and din­ing. It has the wow fac­tor,’’ Mr McMa­hon says.

‘‘It has large white tiles, speck­led mar­ble kitchen bench­top and an ab­so­lutely sen­sa­tional din­ing area, and it all looks to the sea and the en­ter­taini area in the rear gar­den.’’

De­scribed as ‘‘state-of-the-art’’, the kitchen fe tures a mar­ble is­land bench and ex­ten­sive wo and stor­age ar­eas.

With four bed­rooms and room for four cars in­clud­ing two un­der cover – the home not on caters for a fam­ily, but for a num­ber of gues

The mas­ter bed­room fea­tures a walk-in war robe and en suite and a pri­vate bal­cony on whi to re­lax and en­joy the views.

There is also a bal­cony on the lower level whe

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ere fam­ily and friends can take in the sea vis­tas over a cup of cof­fee.

There is a large liv­ing area at the rear of the home, along­side the bath­room and laun­dry, and an­other up­stairs that would make an ideal fam­ily room.

Glass and a fea­ture glass tile wall make the most of the nat­u­ral light and give the home a bright, open feel­ing.

Ad­di­tional fea­tures in­clude ducted re­ver­se­cy­cle air­con­di­tion­ing, a se­cu­rity sys­tem and land­scaped gar­dens.

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