Warburton Drive, Woodcroft
around the corner,’’ he says. ‘‘It’s next to a park, it’s handy to the Woodcroft shopping centre and handy to the school for our grandchildren: we’ve got some at Woodcroft Primary and some at Woodcroft College.
‘‘We attend all the activities at the college and the primary school.’’
There’s also a skate park nearby and a bike track under construction to keep active grandchildren busy, he says.
Elders Morphett Vale agent Debbie Hutchison says Woodcroft College is the reason many families move to the suburb.
‘‘It’s very good; it’s quite wellknown and it’s very hard to get into unless you’re living in the zone,’’ Ms Hutchison says.
‘‘As the suburb was developed from farming land just 15 years ago, the houses are no older than that.
‘‘They’re not brand new but they are very family-oriented – most are on the larger side and there are a lot of four-bedroom homes.’’
She says there is easy access to the city as well as McLaren Vale and the southern beaches..
‘‘You’ve got the best of both worlds, really,’’ she says.
Mr Priest says the family will miss the people on their street.
‘‘If I go to move my boat, I’ll turn around and I’ve got four or five guys helping me move it; if a dog goes missing, everyone’s looking for it,’’ he says.
‘‘If I hadn’t bought a business on the Yorke Peninsula, we wouldn’t be moving.’’
HANDY: Donna and Warren Priest say the area has plenty to keep grandchildren Mikaelah and Tyler busy.