If you’re looking for some renovation inspiration, get ready to take notes from this immaculately presented Morphett Vale property.
Built in 1965, the home at 7 Cranborne Crescent has been transformed over the past 10 monthsto become a light, bright and low maintenance family home.
Previously a dark, timber clad modernist-style home, the vendors have completely stripped back the three-bedroom property.
Updating the home with a bright interior, timber floorboards and a modern kitchen, vendor Demelza McCrindle drew inspiration from the modernist housing period.
“I’m trained as an industrial designer and love that era of house, I think it’s a really lovely home and has a nice feel to it,” she said.
Although the interior has a modern mid-century style, the retro modernist charm can still be seen with the slanted roof and front carport, family room glass front and split level study.
The home features a front and back veranda, partially undercover timber deck and well-sized north-facing backyard perfect for entertaining.
Harris Real Estate agent Joel Albrechtsen said the home’s pristine condition and 775sqm block made it ideal for families that are looking to move into a property and not have to do additional work.
“The floorplan is pretty flexible in how you can set it up, it’s a really good family home and good for entertaining,” he said.
The home has an interesting sunken study connected to the third bedroom, ideal as a child’s bedroom with attached play room or left as a study space.
New to the market, Mr Albrechtsen expected strong interest from buyers, given the popularity of the area.
“It’s very close to everything, affordable and on a good sized allotment, it will appeal to local families or those that want to get closer to the city,” he said.
The home has three air conditioners, garden irrigation and an updated bathroom and laundry.
It is being marketed with a price guide of $350,000 to $370,000.