$1.54 million Myrtle Bank house tops Adelaide's weekend sales

$1.54 million Myrtle Bank house tops Adelaide's weekend sales
$1.54 million Myrtle Bank house tops Adelaide's weekend sales

A Myrtle Bank house has been sold for $1.54 million, making it Adelaide’s most expensive weekend auction sale.

Located at 2 Jenkins Avenue, the property is set in landscaped gardens on its 700 sqm holding with wrought iron front fence.

The front windows overlook one of Adelaide’s oldest Crepe Myrtle trees.

Modern extensions has resulted in the kitchen/meals area featuring views of the rear gardens.

It comes with a north facing French Provincial courtyard protected by a limestone wall backdrop.

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There are four double bedrooms with the master bedroom featuring a gas fire place, designer walk-in robe and ensuite.

It last sold in 2012 for $1,253,500.

The property was offered through Toop & Toop Real Estate agents Peter McMillan and Eloise McMillan.

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