36 Maxwell Avenue, Edwardstown

Beds 3
Baths 2
Cars 3
Area 767 m2
Sold $960,000
Everything Down to the Picket Fence

Renovated and extended, 767sqms (approx.) to play on, and a north-facing frontage along arguably one of Edwardstown's best streets; this art deco 1950's beauty will be hard to beat.

Jarrah floors line the entry, around which a framework for true flexibility awaits in a floor plan readily adaptable for family life, work and play.

Well-lit courtesy of north-easterly aspect windows, the front living room makes for a most comfortable place to unwind, with access to a formal dining space alongside the charming kitchen.

Undeniably the heart of the home, here you'll find a family-sized 900mm oven with gas cooktop, welcoming slate floors and timber cabinetry combining with fresh mint glass splash backs alongside a brand-new dishwasher and servery onto a rear sunroom with views right out to the yard.

A spacious front bedroom with street outlook is readily accessible from the entry; a built-in robe and upgraded ensuite with double shower and full-height tiling ticking all the master boxes. Bedroom two also enjoys built-in robes, while an enormous renovated third bedroom or studio in its own wing at the rear also vies strongly as a contender for the master title.

But outside is where the magic happens for entertainers and restless legs alike. The huge alfresco space is primed to cater for a crowd, with an impossibly large pitched roof verandah covering large format paving before an endless yard awaits ready to field the most competitive of backyard cricket competitions.

So much more you'll adore:
- Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning + solar panels
- Beautifully renovated second bathroom with bath
- Study
- Huge separate laundry with substantial storage
- Rear tool/garden shed + workshop
- Roller door carport + off-street parking and alternative entry to study

Perfectly placed amongst Edwardstown's conveniences, including a couple of hundred metres from The Crescent Reserve and walking distance from the train for cruisy CBD commutes, Jervois Street Reserve, bus and local Capricorn Patisserie and It Takes A Village Café. The revamped Edwardstown Oval and Playground, Castle Plaza and Forbes Shopping Centres are also within easy reach, not to mention the endless amenities of South and Marion Roads.

From the perfect timber picket fence and flourishing Frangipani out the front to its gorgeously updated interior and unbeatable backyard, you'll fall head over heels for this one.

Specifications:
CT / 5200/ 682
Council / City of Marion
Built / 1951
Zoning / Established Neighbourhood
Council Rates / $2,243.36 PA
SA Water / $203.00 PQ
Emergency Services Levy / $410 PA
Land / 767m2 approx

Property features

Dishwasher

Contact Agents

Craig Smith
Craig Smith

Managing Director / Salesperson

Nathan Clegg
Nathan Clegg

Salesperson

Contact Agents

Craig Smith
Craig Smith

Managing Director / Salesperson

Nathan Clegg
Nathan Clegg

Salesperson

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