Panoramic water views don’t get much better than those from this Port Noarlunga South home.
The four-bedroom house at 23 Commercial Rd is perfectly positioned to capture views across the Onkaparinga River to Southport Beach.
Ouwens Casserly Real Estate agent John Lewis said the property’s position and views were both its main highlights and selling points.
“From the road you don’t know what you’re in for, until you walk inside,” said Mr Lewis, who is selling the property with Nick van Vliet.
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“There’s only really around a dozen properties along that strip that take in the full view of the river, the sand dunes and the ocean.
“There’s just always something to look at.
“There’s only been one house that has sold in the last 12 months that overlooks the river like that with the ocean behind it too.
“You can still walk into the village of Port Noarlunga – that in itself is hard to get coupled with the views.”
Spanning three levels on a 792sq m block, the property has four bedrooms plus a study and two bathrooms.
There is a bedroom, a bathroom, a laundry and a study on the ground floor, while the middle level forms the heart of the home with a kitchen, an open living and dining room, an entertainment area that flows onto a deck overlooking the water and a master suite.
The bottom floor is dedicated to two bedrooms – one with a retreat – a cellar and an outdoor entertainment space.
“The wine cellar, that’s been a big hit with people,” Mr Lewis said.
“We’ve had huge amounts of interest in the home, we’ve had up to 180 inquiries now – that includes both people who have come through and online inquiries.”
Mr Lewis said the vendor had loved living in the home over the past two decades but was ready to downsize and travel.
“It’s a huge property – it’s 800sq m – there’s quite a bit of garden and they don’t need a house of that size anymore,” he said.
The property will go under the hammer on February 4 at 10am.
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