Offered to the market for the first time in 38 years, a 1920s Fullarton Bungalow is the ideal home for car enthusiasts and home bakers.
You will find it at 23 Ailsa St, Fullarton.
The home features a mechanics’ dream workshop, with an oversized concrete pit, tool storage, and a home office, as well as a fully equipped commercial kitchen, with significant food preparation areas, storage and a gas cooktop.
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Inside, the home is equally impressive with multiple living spaces and up to four bedrooms, two of which come with open fireplaces. They serviced by two bathrooms — one with a shower, while the other has a bath.
A central home office sits adjacent a dine-in Blackwood kitchen with a walk-in pantry and stainless steel appliances.
Family gatherings will be a breeze in the extra-large family room at the rear, a space which also opens out to an outdoor entertaining area and the rear fully fenced backyard. The home also has parking for six cars.
The four-bedroom home is on an 836sqm allotment and is for sale with Smallacombe Crosby.