Nestled in a leafy street and surrounded by classic homes, this stunning Edwardian residence has benefitted from superb renovations and an extension.
The building industry wants a raft of reforms to arrest the sharp decline of South Australia’s housing market – and that means measures like compulsory rainwater tanks need to be reconsidered, argues Ian Markos.
This 1940-built family home is the perfect blend of prestige, charm, character and convenience, nestled on a quiet tree-lined street.
In this week’s look at South Australia’s most premium properties, see inside a beachfront home with prominent gulf views (including from the bath), impeccable renovations in St Peters and Malvern, and a low maintenance luxury home in Toorak Gardens.
Situated in a private, leafy pocket of Glenunga and built by Samuel James Homes, this well-designed elegant residence includes every luxury amenity.
This gracious home with character features and scope to add your own touch has been enjoyed by its current owners for more than 22 years.
This light-filled house, built in the 1950s and renovated in 2006, comes with a kitchen with stone benchtops, large living spaces with timber floorboards, an established garden and a pool.
This four-bedroom home set on 50 acres is entirely off-grid, with power supplied by solar panels and a wind turbine.
In this week’s look at South Australia’s most premium properties, a grand Springfield mansion with a famous former occupant, the Shahin beachfront home in Tennyson sells for $5.2 million, a St Peters residence attracts interstate interest, and a stunning North Adelaide property with Parkland views.
A brilliant collaboration by builder Camporeale Klemm has resulted in this luxurious residence with a focus on stylish living.
Built circa-1882, this heritage-listed mansion retains many original features and sits on around 3939sqm, offering spectacular views.
This state-of-the-art split-level residence with four bedrooms and three bathrooms features floor-to-ceiling windows looking out to the tranquil garden.
A charming mix of character and contemporary style, this delightful stone-fronted villa is situated in one of Mile End’s most coveted tree-lined streets.
This sophisticated home has undergone a complete transformation from the original 1920s residence, with open-plan kitchen, living and dining areas and an outdoor entertaining space with heated pool and spa.
This low-maintenance home in Gover Street was built in 2011 and features four bedrooms, two bathrooms and two car parking spaces.
This renovated five-bedroom home features three living spaces, leadlight, flexible layout and room to park up to five cars.
This lovingly restored mid-century home in Torrens Park features three bedrooms, two bathrooms, polished oak floorboards, Carey Gully stonework and a swimming pool.
Situated in one of the prettiest streets just off King William Road, this 1925 bungalow has character features, a wide verandah and small shady garden.
Stylish and sun-drenched, this large Sarah Homes-designed contemporary residence offers a choice of indoor and outdoor living spaces plus an undercover pool.