Hilltop hideaway a family stunner

Hilltop hideaway a family stunner

This Carey Gully home might just be the middle ground you’ve been searching for. Set on a 10.5ha elevated allotment, the home offers 360-degree views over the surrounding valley, but best of all, it’s just minutes from the freeway and a short drive from Burnside Village.

Built in 2005, the home offers 320sqm of living space across its single level, with most of the rooms designed to maximise views over their surroundings. The main living areas are all set at the front of the home and overlook a decked entertainment area and a large lawn.

The front door opens to an entry hall with a formal dining or sitting room with a bay window to the left, and a library to the right.

The master suite is nearby and has a walk-in robe and an ensuite with a spa bath, a shower, a toilet and vanity unit. The 54.2sqm garage is also nearby and, with a built-in cupboard, can also be used as a games room.

The kitchen, also with a bay window, is the heart of the home and features stainless steel appliances, timber cabinetry, stone benchtops and overhead cupboards.

It overlooks an open-plan dining and family area, again with a bay window, and opens to the front yard. Three bedrooms line the rear of the home – one of which can be used as a study, and another as a family room. Two of them flank a family bathroom with a separate bath and shower. The home also has a separate laundry opening to the rear yard.


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A veranda spans the front of the home, which also has a separate detached studio, two chicken runs, sheds, two dams and rainwater tanks.

It is about 25km from the Adelaide GPO.

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