Built in 1869, a beautifully restored North Adelaide terrace has come onto the market as a young family looks to upsize.
After almost 60 years in the same family, a historic property in Crafers has sold to two separate international buyers for just under $3 million in total.
Thinking of putting your property on the market? A few simple tips and tricks can help turn your house into someone else’s dream home.
Large enough for an extended family, a rare piece of Adelaide’s winemaking history is on the market this week, with a large home built in 1923 that was once part of the Penfolds property.
Nicola Frazer suspected that once they’d finished the renovation on their stunning Kensington Park home, she and husband Dave Browne would start hankering for another project. And she was right.
In this week’s look at South Australia’s most premium properties, take a tour of a resort-style backyard that lives up to the hype, a much-loved Italian-style property in Springfield, and the stunning transformation of a 1950s home in Payneham South.
This circa 1951 home with art deco features has been extensively renovated to include extensive open-plan living, raked ceilings and polished concrete floors.
This three-bedroom, three-bathroom home is set on a large block with swimming pool, half-sized tennis court and carefully tended gardens.