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Nicely positioned extensive family home on an elevated approx.970m2 allotment with rear views across to False Bay. Built in 1942 this extensive solid home with Jarrah floors, open front verandah and all the character traits from its era plus all the modern comforts.

From the front door the home flows beautifully and offers a quality extension with uniform height ceilings, beautiful cornices, Jarrah floors and 4 bedrooms, 2 with bir's.

Additional improvements you will admire include a spacious Formal lounge on entry that then leads to the centralized kitchen and open plan living with double glass doors opening out to the rear deck.

What a lovely way to spend your " down time" sitting on the elevated deck with views across to False Bay,The Flinders Rangers and the Spencer Gulf, while down stairs at your feet is a stunning fibre glass fully fenced swimming pool ( salt water chlorinated ) established gardens with rear service land access and a pitched roof Colourbond Carport at the side of the house with roller door, undercover parking [10m x 5m for up to 6 vehicles], with 2 drivewayS and tiled detached laundry with 2nd toilet & tiled front verandah.

The home is well serviced by 4 split s/s air cons & ceiling fans.

Here is an ideal family home with a lovely feel in a sort after location with all amenities, good local shopping and recreational areas all close by.

RLA 2154

Property Features

  • Land Size : 970.00 m2
  • Built In Robes
  • Deck
  • Floorboards
  • Fully Fenced
  • In Ground Pool
  • Outdoor Entertaining
  • Secure Parking
  • Split System Aircon
  • Split System Heating
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Property ID: 3466088

Peter Calliss RLA 2154

Peter Calliss RLA 2154

0419 817 489

Trudy Nolan

Trudy Nolan

0409 454 403

Location map for 14 HERBERT STREET Whyalla

Contact Office

Peter Calliss Real Estate

12 Forsyth Street


T 08 8645 8144

F 08 8645 9500

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