Classic 1925 Myrtle Bank bungalow sold for $1.27 million

Classic 1925 Myrtle Bank bungalow sold for $1.27 million
Classic 1925 Myrtle Bank bungalow sold for $1.27 million

A classic 1925 Myrtle Bank bungalow sold for $1.27 million making it Adelaide’s most expensive weekend auction sale.

Located at 31 Ferguson Avenue, the 1010 sqm property is a blend of original and contemporary features.

It last sold for $317,000 in 2000.

It features a large porch area at the entrance as well as a formal lounge/dining room with its own fireplace and double windows.

The kitchen has bench space, pantry, stainless steel gas cooker, dishwasher and breakfast bar and leads to the casual living area.

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There are four bedrooms with the master having its own ensuite and walk-in robe while the other three have their own built-in robes.

Outside is an outdoor area with landscaped gardens.

Other features includes garden shed, undercover parking for two cars and additional off street parking.

Public transport, shops and cafes are within close proximity of the property.

The property was offered through Harris Real Estate agent Suellen Salt.

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