Modern Architecture in nice suburb south of Adelaide

Modern Architecture in nice suburb south of Adelaide

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our home was built in early 2000, it was a builders show home. The home features 3 lounge sitting areas, one being upstairs. The upstairs section features a balcony with views of the sea and in the distance Glenelg a popular destination for visitors.
The home is modern and kept in an excellent condition. The gardens are small and easily managed. There is a large covered out door area with BBQ.
The property faces west with glorious sun sets viewed from the upstairs balcony. This home makes it perfect for two couples to share or grown up children with independence for the other couple. The neighbourhood is very quiet and very friendly. Hallett Cove shopping centre is new and not too big. Marion shopping centre is 15 mins away with large and caters for all day shopping. A new electric train is 5 mins away by car for trips to the city 30 mins away. To the south is many wineries and 60 mins drive to Kangaroo island ferry.

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  1. Couple with 3 married children and 2 grandchildren

  2. Ron is a Safety Quality & Environmental Consultant. Ron & Linda owns the Business,. Clients:- Architects, Engineers, Builders.

  3. Like excellent customer service

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Where is it?

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Beach

Beachfront with kids playground and lots of grass. Beach is sandy with round stones as a general mix. Been landscaped and good for picnics with elevated views of the sea.

Walking Trail

An interpretative walking trail describes the park's cultural and geological heritage, including evidence of an Australian ice age some 280 million years ago. The outstanding glacial pavements along the northern cliff tops are recognised as the best record of Permian glaciation in Australia and have international significance. This park's beach is also popular for swimming

Eating Out at Hallett Cove

Cafe, The Boat Shed is very popular with locals and visitors. Rimini's Italian has just reopened 2019, Cove Tavern, next to McDonalds

Train
Very modern electric train to the city of Adelaide and to Seaford Town.

Medical Services
Medical One - Morphett Vale- Excellent Service and short wait time, appointments

Hallett Cove Dental Surgery
1/10 Ramrod Avenue, Hallett Cove, SA, 5158

Shopping Centres
Neat shopping centre with plenty of packing and some restaurants, eg Rimi Italian, Barnacle Bills fish and chips, they give you shared meals and economical and less calories. Post office, banks, Aldi, Big W, Coles, Foodland, and general cafes. Good underground parking at this shopping centre. Dentist, etc

Reynella shopping centre is just 6 mins down the road with lots of open shops, Coles, Aldi, Target, Post Office, some shaded parking

Day Trips
Victor Harbor is a coastal town in South Australia. From the waterfront, horse-drawn trams cross the causeway to Granite Island, home to a wild penguin colony. Steam locomotives pull the Cockle Train to nearby Goolwa, a gateway to the wetlands of the Murray River Mouth. Offshore, southern right whales frequent the waters of Encounter Bay. The Heysen Trail runs across the Fleurieu Peninsula to Cape Jervis

Kangaroo Island lies off the mainland of South Australia, southwest of Adelaide. Over a third of the island is protected in nature reserves, home to native wildlife like sea lions, koalas and diverse bird species. In the west, Flinders Chase National Park is known for penguin colonies and striking coastal rock formations, like the sculpted Remarkable Rocks and the stalactite-covered Admirals Arch

Not only is McLaren Vale an internationally acclaimed wine district, the town also offers beautiful scenery, with local restaurants and cafés serving up delicious regional produce.

Just 40 kilometres from Adelaide, McLaren Vale is nestled between the Mount Lofty Ranges and the beaches of Gulf St Vincent, and is the perfect base to explore the region's many cellar doors.

Wander the main street looking around the art studios, galleries and shops along the way, indulge your sweet tooth at Medlow Confectionery (famous for FruChocs) or head off on the McLaren Vale Cheese and Wine Trail.

To get a feel of the countryside, walk or ride the eight-kilometre Shiraz Trail beginning adjacent the Visitor Information Centre and meandering through to the township of Willunga, passing via vineyards, wild olive groves and old gum trees.

The McLaren Vale wine region is rich in history, with the first vines planted by John Reynell in 1838, two years after the proclamation of the colony of South Australia. As early as 1850 the historic Hardy and Seaview wineries were in operation, and it is widely accepted that Thomas Hardy's purchase of the Tintara vineyard in 1853 marked the symbolic beginning of the town.

Buzzy restaurants
Boat Shed Beach Front, Lonsdale Hotel, Rimini Italian,
Cozy cafés
Boat Shed
Retail therapy
Marion Shopping Centre, Multi Cinemas, Resturants
Walks in the park
Hallett Cove Beach Conservation Park and Board Walk
Spot of exercise
New Marion Swimming Centre
Day tripping
Kangaroo Island, McLaren Vale, Goolwa, Victor Harbor

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