This two-storey return-verandah villa sits on a leafy 910sqm corner allotment with in-ground swimming pool.
On the market this week is a lovingly-renovated piece of history, standing proud in one of North Adelaide’s most coveted locations.
This Art Deco home was built circa-1938 and boasts arched doorways, a fireplace and barbeque area used for alfresco dining.
This Spanish-inspired 1930s home sits on an 820sqm property which includes a solar-heated pool and outdoor retreat.
This two-storey beachfront home features plenty of windows from which to enjoy uninterrupted Gulf views.
Set among 4000sqm of established Adelaide Hills gardens, this bold and beautiful family entertainer has surprises around every corner.
The former Dover Castle Hotel was built circa-1850 but in 2000 was transformed into a home.
This five-bedroom stone villa and its park-like grounds is hitting the market for just the fourth time since it was hand-built by Cornish stonemason and gardener William Pengilly in 1862.
Stonehaven Winery, which features a modern 12,000-tonne crushing facility, wine cellar and function centre, has hit the market.
This bluestone facade house with Victorian finishes throughout features high ceilings, a large wine cellar and is only a few minutes walk from the beach.
Adelaide’s office vacancy rates are expected to take a hit in 2021, but property experts say millennials’ desire for workplace connection will drive future office demand.
This multi-storey home was built a year ago near Brighton beach and includes contemporary features, such as a free-standing bathtub and walk-in wardrobe.
This sprawling 5005sqm seaside property includes a modern home built in 2016, plus a self-watering veggie patch, protected fruit orchard and jacuzzi.
Frank and Maria Mantovan could have subdivided their 1026sqm block at Norwood, but instead renovated and extended the sandstone villa to create one of the suburb’s most impressive and sophisticated addresses.
This renovated home makes the most of its beachfront location with uninterrupted views of Gulf St Vincent.
This century-old return verandah villa is spread across 1360sqm and is flush with modern amenities including in-ground swimming pool and entertainer’s kitchen.
The Coach House was originally built circa-1898 to stable horses, but has been renovated to suit residential needs and includes large living areas and modern kitchen.
On the market this week is one of Fitzroy’s most prestigious addresses, boasting a spectacular modern renovation and extension completed by current owners Amanda and Mark Obst.