“Heart of the Village in the 1850’s – a great place to be now!”

Believed to be built for John and Francis Mitchell in the 1850’s, this superb row house was very much part of colonial living in Adelaide, with a bakery on one corner, a general store and butcher close by, and an easy crossing of the River Torrens into the City of Adelaide, then less than 20 years old! Life has certainly evolved since then!
You will be enchanted by the gorgeous façade, and just love what’s behind it!
The welcoming front sitting room (of course with a fireplace) flows into a delightful dining room, and then onto the spectacular light filled “conservatory style” open plan family room with a translucent domed roof – a wonderful space with a super-efficient pot belly stove, and amazing slate wall.
The open plan kitchen has fabulous Caesar stone bench tops, loads of cupboard and pantry space, and quality European appliances.
Upstairs at the front of this character filled home is a well sized bedroom, looking out over tree lined Tynte Street, with an adjacent modernised bathroom and walk in wardrobe.
At the rear is a super updated bathroom/integrated laundry, and the garage accessed from the rear lane.
Above is another light filled bedroom of generous size with built in cupboards.
The configuration of the home is ideal for singles, couples or dual generation families looking for quite separate accommodation – no need to live in each other’s pockets here!
With an endless choice of cafes, restaurants, and general shopping it’s an easy walk to O’Connell Street, and the beautiful parklands are just as close in the other direction.
Walking, cycling, or catching a free bus into town or the oval is easy as well.
For sale by Expressions of Interest concluding Monday 1st November 2021 at 11.30am unless sold beforehand.
Great Location – easy fun living – Please call Richard Colley to make a time to view that suits you!

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