Semaphore trophy home Bay Window Villa listed for auction

Semaphore trophy home Bay Window Villa listed for auction
Semaphore trophy home Bay Window Villa listed for auction

Bay Window Villa, a fully renovated 1890s home on an elevated position in Semaphore, South Australia, remains for sale after its recent auction.

Nick Psarros and Melinda Bennett of Ray White Port Adelaide now have a guide of $1.3 million to $1.35 million for the Hall Street property.

Nestled on an 860 square metre block, Bay Window Villa at 87 Hall Street comprises master bedroom with ensuite, two other bedrooms, huge formal lounge with bay windows, state of the art kitchen, and laundry with cabinetry and bench space. 

The kitchen comes with stone bench-tops, integrated SMEG dishwasher, SMEG 5 burner gas cooktop, SMEG integrated wall oven and microwave, double sink and room for a double door fridge.

Semaphore trophy home Bay Window Villa listed for auction

The original features of the 1890s home include original wrought iron, column fence, bluestone facade, imposing verandah, high ornate ceilings, polished floorboards, and light fittings. 

The backyard completes with alfresco entertaining area, and built-in cabinetry and space for fridge and BBQ.

Semaphore trophy home Bay Window Villa listed for auction

The home is close to retail stores, restaurants, coffee shops, beach and schools. 

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