91B Wellington Road Mount Barker

$445,000

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Cottage magic & on-trend chic!

Expect 91B envy. If you're seeking quaint, 1890s stone cottage charm inside an envelope of fenced privacy, prepare to be stunned and fulfilled, in the best possible way...

From its whitewashed quoins, decorative fireplace, timber floors and opening 3m ceilings to its renovation evolution syncing nostalgia with well-spent, on-trend now, is a lure for the small family, couple who mingle, or downsizer with a designer eye.

A home offering the flexibility to dine or lounge up front or retreat to the sunlit, crowd-favoured open plan living zone supplying combustion fire warmth against an art-scape wall of exposed stone and chipped render.

Next, eye candy with purpose - the crisp white kitchen is smothered in waterfall granite, accented by quality appliances (including a new dishwasher) and strip lighting. That urge to eat out will pass...

Unless, it's outdoors. Reclaimed bricks line the northerly-directed alfresco as the skillion-roofed, all-weather pergola salutes the sky.

A manicured montage of garden colour sweeps shade and privacy across its ever-changing landscape - ivy, hydrangeas, passionfruit vine, weeping mulberry, camellias, ornamental cherry, box hedges and ash to name many - captured through bedroom panes and wall-to-wall family room glass.

Of the 3 bedrooms, the master and 2nd offer built-ins and ceiling fans, the 3rd a versatile, single extra. But the bathroom...

Swapping safety rails for chic urban style - a floating vanity and a full-height wash of matte white tiles meet the mist, jet and rain phases of the frameless shower alongside its full sized, freestanding bath.

On the fringe of Mount Barker's happening township, a wander finds Keith Stephenson Park, Foodland and convenient bus routes, the Bald Hills Road Interchange whisks you city-bound in 30-odd minutes, and for those with a nose for wine, explore a host of Adelaide Hill's cellar doors.

Cottage magic and on-trend chic; what a 2-for-1!

You'll love:
- C1890 cottage completely transformed & move-in ready...
- 3m ceilings to original cottage
- Sun-saluting skillion pergola
- Reclaimed brick paving & driveway
- Exposed stone feature wall with feature lighting
- Fully tiled designer bathroom with freestanding tub
- Daikin split system & combustion fire for year-round comfort
- Energy-efficient lighting
- Granite kitchen & laundry benchtops
- NBN
- Commercial shelving to double garage with automatic roller door
- Mains water & rainwater storage
- 4-station irrigation to manicured gardens & lawns
- Private, fully fenced grounds
- Under 2kms to Mt Barker Primary & High Schools
- Easy freeway connection to Adelaide

Adcock Real Estate - RLA66526

Andrew Adcock 0418 816 874
Nikki Seppelt 0437 658 067
Jake Adcock 0432 988 464

*Whilst every endeavour has been made to verify the correct details in this marketing neither the agent, vendor or contracted illustrator take any responsibility for any omission, wrongful inclusion, misdescription or typographical error in this marketing material. Accordingly, all interested parties should make their own enquiries to verify the information provided.
The floor plan included in this marketing material is for illustration purposes only, all measurement are approximate and is intended as an artistic impression only. Any fixtures shown may not necessarily be included in the sale contract and it is essential that any queries are directed to the agent. Any information that is intended to be relied upon should be independently verified.

Property Features

  • Council Rates : $2005 per year
  • Water Rates : $74 per quarter
  • Land Size : 487.00 m2
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Property ID: 3368775

Andrew Adcock

Andrew Adcock

0418 816 874

Nikki Seppelt

Nikki Seppelt

0437 658 067

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Adcock Real Estate

92 Onkaparinga Valley Road

BALHANNAH 5242

T 08 8388 4777

F 08 8388 4477

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