Brilliant purple partitions, patchwork flooring and a bottle inexperienced exterior characterised this Rosewater home simply two years in the past – it’s arduous to consider it now.
An in depth renovation has utterly remodeled the rundown villa at 828 Torrens Road into a recent five-bedroom character dwelling.
Whereas its old-world allure has been retained, fashionable design traits have breathed new life into the 1910-built villa.
Ray White Port Adelaide principal Nick Psarros, who’s advertising and marketing the property with Nathaniel Kennerdale, bought it to the present homeowners in February 2019 and was shocked at how a lot it had modified since then.
“I walked in there and I couldn’t recognise it,” he stated.
“It was completely putrid once I walked within the first time, it had been let go.”
He stated it was drained and dilapidated inside whereas the yard was stuffed with garbage, however that didn’t deter the patrons.
“They began renovating on day one,” he stated.
“They stripped the partitions naked and did an enormous extension – they’ve gone to a different stage.”
A lounge room and all 5 bedrooms are within the entrance half of the house, whereas a rest room and open kitchen, eating and dwelling space are on the again.
A deck presents an ideal spot to entertain within the yard and has easy accessibility to an out of doors kitchen.
The 507sqm block additionally has a carport, rainwater tank and manicured gardens, which embody fruit bushes and a vegetable patch.
Mr Psarros stated the homeowners deliberate to stay within the dwelling for years to come back however have found it’s too small for his or her household.
“They did it for themselves to stay in however they’ve truly outgrown the house,” she stated.
“They’ve obtained combined emotions as a result of they labored so arduous to do that – they simply completed renovating once I walked in there.”
He stated it was already attracting a number of consideration from househunters.
The home is being bought through an expressions of curiosity marketing campaign, which closes on October 19.