39 Storey Avenue, Aldinga Beach SA 5173


Property Details

Sale Price: $340,000
Sale Date: 10/11/2017
Sale Type: Private Treaty

ID: 411206
Land Area: 697 m²
Building Area: 120.33

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Bought by a Very Happy Purchaser

This beautiful character home started life as a beach shack back in 1955, nestled into the fringe of the Aldinga Scrub, and just a short walk to the sands of Aldinga Beach..
Over time, it has been updated, upgraded, and extended to create the delightful dwelling that is on offer today.
The home still proudly displays the charm of its humble beginnings, with a painted timber ceiling in the bathroom which steps down from the main floor level.
Slate floors and solid Jarrah cupboards feature in the kitchen/meals area with gas cook top.
Several of the rooms have raked ceilings and beams, such as the master bedroom which is king size with a walk-in wardrobe.
The three remaining bedrooms are all double, and one is used as a large study, with NBN.
The lounge has the raked ceilings with beams and steps down to a sun room which enjoys northern light through a large window.
There are French doors out to the big back veranda with its shade cloth blinds for extra shelter.
Gorgeous old gum trees offer shade at various times of the day, and are safely located in the far corners of the large block, well away from the house.
This lovely property features a couple of sheds and a chook house on the boundary of the tranquil back yard.
All in all, a unique and well maintained home for your holidays or leisurely lifestyle near the beach.

Aldinga Beach is just 40 minutes from the CBD and is a very popular holiday location. Approximately 10,000 people have chosen to live here permanently.
In summer, the wide, firm, sandy beach is favoured by locals and visitors alike. There are vehicle access ramps, so you can easily bring all of your gear down onto the beach and get set up for the day.
It is also a popular fishing spot, and on calm mornings you can see many boats out on the water.
The McLaren Vale wineries are about 15 minutes away. Visitors enjoy spending time at the various cellar doors tasting the wines from this famous region.
For permanent residents, commuting to the city is easy via the Southern Expressway, or drive 10 minutes to the Seaford train station and catch the train.