This 1910 newly renovated heritage listed cottage with polished floorboards has a rose filled cottage garden in the front & a plant filled rear courtyard with barbeque & secure carport. Just a few minutes walk from O'Connell St cafes & shops & a 10 minute walk to Adelaide Oval for the football or cricket. There's high ceilings, a spacious bedroom, new kitchen, new bathroom & a large living area with gas fireplace & ducted air conditioning. Walk to the city or catch the free local bus.
This 1910 art filled and renovated Heritage Listed cottage has a large hallway, high ceilings, polished floorboards, a light filled modern kitchen with Italian granite bench top opens to an outdoor courtyard that you can sit in. A brand new black and white bathroom has the original restored cast iron tub and a separate frame-less shower. New towels and toiletries are provided and a new front loading washing machine, iron and board.
A separate large bedroom with overhead fan has a queen-sized bed, quality linen and plenty of room to unpack and wardrobe space with hangers.
Furnishings and fittings are stylish and individual, creating a warm, welcoming home from home. Cooled by natural ventilation, ceiling fans or ducted air conditioning in summer and a fireplace with fan forced gas heater to warm you in winter. There's a radio, TV, CD player, books, board games and and a sound system for your music.
Cafes, Restaurants, Heritage Pubs and fine eateries are just minutes walk away as is a an excellent local shopping precinct.
The Adelaide Parklands, Adelaide Oval, the River Torrens, Festival Theatre, Adelaide Zoo and North Terrace are walking distance , and a free bus departs hourly from a stop in the next street . More buses and taxis can be hailed a block away on O'Connell St where a shopping center with everything you need is just a couple of minutes.
There is a back courtyard with a table & chairs. Free undercover parking by negotiation and the bathroom doubles as a laundry, with a front-loading washing machine, plus iron & ironing board.
There's a new kitchen with quality cookware & essential pantry supplies including tea, coffee (expresso machine) milk and a basket of goodies.
Interaction with guests
Check in is easy, and if I'm unable to greet you personally, I'm just a phone call away & happy to provide guidance on what to do/where to go in the neighbourhood & the city.
Other things to note
I stay a few minutes away and have a work space on the property that's completely separate to the cottage that you're enjoying so that you will have complete privacy to enjoy your time in my home. A spare room is locked.
- Smoking outdoors only; no butts in the pot plants! We expect our guests to treat our home as they would their own - with respect and to be respectful of the neighbours. When you go out, please switch off all lights except hallway desk lamp/heating/air con. Before you check out: Please wash dishes (dishwasher is available), put out rubbish (red-topped bin in front yard), leave damp towels hanging on towel rail, switch off lights, heating/aircon..
I am an educator who works part time and I spend a great deal of time at my partner's house who lives a street away. I love our city and what it has to offer, particularly its food and wine and its cultural events, which I look forward to sharing with my guests.
I love North Adelaide for its proximity to the parklands and the city, as well as the bustling O'Connel St cafe and restaurant precinct.
I walk along the streets and in the parklands of North Adelaide every day when I'm here and often along the River Torrens. This is the way to see our city at its best.
I love to cook and shop at the Adelaide Central Market and suburban organic markets so my kitchen is well-equipped.
I've travelled extensively around the world,and I'm a fussy guest, so I've tried to bring that experience to bear to provide for the needs of my visitors. I look forward to welcoming you to my home!