Who’s been seen where and the big-name properties up for grabs
THE owner of iconic Waymouth St pub the Grace Emily Hotel, Greg ‘‘Clanger’’ Kleynjans, is regretfully selling his city dig.
Clanger’s city pad is conveniently located within walking distance to the pub but he says that with a second child on the way a move into suburbia now beckons.
The property, at 287 Waymouth St, is zoned mixed use for residential or business and features a funky mural on the side of the building.
Don’t fear though, the Grace Emily will be staying firmly in Clanger’s grasp so the live music it is famous for will continue.
When he’s not tied up with the pub, Clanger is busy as the boxing coach for AFL club Port Adelaide .
With this in mind, it’s probably wise to get in touch with Brock Harcourts’ Alex Ouwens before attempting to inspect the property.
The property is being marketed for $500,000-$550,000.
A HYDE Park property steeped in history is about to be released to the open market for the very first time in 85 years.
The home, at 34 Westall St, Hyde Park, was originally bought by the current owner’s grandmother in 1925, and has been home to five generations of the family.
Cocks Auld agent Sharon Gray says the current owners, who are keeping a low profile, have told her that the house has a colourful history, including being used for share housing during the depression and as a local hospital.
‘‘Which is coincidental, as the last four members of the family that lived in the separate cottage while they studied at university all graduated with degrees in the medical profession,’’ Ms Gray says.
The property also has played welcoming host over the past 29 summers to the annual tennis tournaments of the Westall St Warriors.
No asking price is set but it’s certain to make what was paid in 1925 look like pocket change. THE South Australian property industry is mourning the loss of Bruce Venn, who died aged 76.
Mr Venn died on Friday, July 30, after a long and distinguished career in SA real estate.
Despite not starting in the industry until the age of 36, Mr Venn achieved much including almost 40 years service to the Real Estate Institute of SA.
This Hyde Park house has been home to five generations of one family.