If you consider yourself an Art Deco fan, this Victor Harbor property might just be the one for you.
The circa 1940s character home, at 19 Hill St, has been lovingly renovated to balance modern comforts with quirky Art Deco finishes.
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Property vendor Alisha Welsh said the property was renovated by the previous owners, who were set on rejuvenating the home to it’s former glory.
“It’s got all the original features on the ceiling and the really sharp, graphic Art Deco lines in the fireplace,” she said.
Located just five minutes from the beach and in the heart of Victor Harbor, the home is set on a sizeable 648sqm block making it ideal for families, as a rental or as holiday home accommodation.
Raine & Horne real estate agent Joanne Dean said the combination of the location, flexibility and aesthetic was proving popular with potential buyers.
“It’s unusual for its era because it has three ensuite bathrooms, which makes it very usable,” she said.
“There’s a little side section you could use as a bed and breakfast if you wanted quite easily.”
Mrs Dean said the high ceilings, high quality standard and unique curved walls were all stand out features for potential buyers.
The home also features an open plan kitchen/living/dining area, a library, study, three well-sized bedrooms and a spacious master suite with ensuite.
Currently on the market for $575,000 with Raine & Horne Victor, the property is available for inspection via private appointment.