50 Captain Robertson Avenue, Golden Grove.
Set at the edge of Golden Grove in the elevated area of the Settlement Estate and within walking distance from the Stables Shopping Centre, this is an ideal home for those looking for comfort and space at a reasonable price. The kitchen is strategically positioned in the centre of the living areas with the formal lounge to the front and living and eating areas at the rear and leading out to the pergola at the side. Lots of valuable family space. This is a comfortable home.
The main bedroom at the front has walk in robe and en-suite. The other 3 bedrooms, 2 with built ins, are grouped around the family bathroom which is segregated so it can be used by several people at once.
Approaching the house from the front you can immediately see that this is something special with the cedar feature door to the garage and the cedar gable. The low maintenance grounds will be a joy whether you are a gardener, entertainer or both. Supplied with reWater, you can be confident you are not using valuable potable water for gardening or washing the car. (Details of this will be available at open inspections.) Built as recently as 2010 as a display home by Statesman Homes, this high spec home will be sure to delight for many years to come. With ducted air conditioning as you'd expect of a home of this standard, you'll be assured of comfort all year round.
Beside the local shopping, you are only just over 5km from the high school cluster and the Grove Shopping Centre at the centre of Golden Grove. The bus service runs along the street and it's about 50 minutes to the City. There are 4 primary schools within 4km plus the new AMIGA Montessori Golden Grove centre co-located with the Stable shops. All very convenient for the growing family, and no shortage of sporting and community facilities. Just explore on foot the numerous natural reserve areas with mature ancient gum trees and even a playground close by. Just duck down to One Tree Hill Road in the car and you're on your way into the Hills.
You'll be reminded every day when you see your street's name that you are a part of history. Captain Adam Robertson and his wife Betsy arrived in South Australia 180 years ago in September 1839, and settled to farm in the area now known as Golden Grove. This was the name of a ship which he commanded as captain. Freestone quarries in the area were used from early settlement days to provide building materials. In 1930, the Golden Grove house and farm were sold. Captain Robertson's original homestead still stands. Check out the local history at your leisure after you move in.
The title documents show that the home of 186sqm equivalent living area sits on 540sqm of land and, being mostly flat will be comfortable for you and your guests.
With so many things in its favour, do yourself a favour and inspect before it's too late.
CT / 6020/606
Council / City of Tea Tree Gully
Zoning / R'14
Built / 2010
Land / 540m2
Frontage / 18.00m
Council Rates / $2073.25pa