This American Tudor-inspired home, split over two levels, capitalises on its waterfront location with 100-foot John Dyer Lake frontage, outside barbecue area and large pontoon.
This two-storey home has European-inspired architectural features and French doors opening from a master bedroom to a balcony.
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 two-storey home resembles a hotel villa, with an outdoor dining area complete with Teppanyaki kitchen and wood-fired pizza oven, and a luxurious gas-heated spa.
This renovated home makes the most of its beachfront location with uninterrupted views of Gulf St Vincent.
This multi-storey modern home is only a stone’s throw from Seacliff beach and includes a balcony with a fire pit and an in-ground solar-heated swimming pool.
Vahid and Marie Chittleborough are selling their dream family entertainer at Fairview Road, Crafers – a timeless home offering a rare lifestyle in an idyllic Hills setting of almost 2800sqm.
This decades-old sandstone villa boasts new bathrooms and kitchen and features a sprawling decked pavilion with alfresco dining options.
This two-storey villa features a stone-walled garden courtyard, wine cellar and working fireplaces.
Property values in more than two thirds of Adelaide suburbs have grown in the first six months of 2020, defying COVID-19 slumps in larger Australian cities.
Andrew Barlow’s rare mid-century split-level in leafy Burnside has received a faultless renovation and extension, garnering plenty of interest.
Designed by architect Max Pritchard and capitalising on spectacular views of Myponga’s hills and coastline, this award-winning rural property is expected to fetch around $1.5 million.
A rolled roof home perched on a hillside and a Uniting Communities high rise are among this year’s architecture award winners.
Masterfully designed and brilliantly crafted, this designer home offers easy care and low maintenance living with plenty of flare.
Set beneath the century old oaks and elms of one of Adelaide’s most exclusive avenues, this sophisticated executive residence offers relaxed refinement with an emphasis on comfort, privacy, and low maintenance convenience.
On the market this week is a colonial 1880s cottage in Norwood, painstakingly renovated and extended as a passion project of local builder Chris Wilkes.
Situated on a corner allotment, this circa 1935-built home is of grand proportions and includes a library, walk-in cellar and tasting room, and in-ground swimming pool.