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8 Vitana Avenue, Ingle Farm SA 5098

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  • 660m2
  • 3
  • 1
  • 2

Stylish and Light Filled Home on Generous Allotment!

Recently updated and boasting beautiful timber features this stylish home is superbly set on a generous 660sqm (approximate) block with numerous amenities close by.

The open-plan living, kitchen and dining flows to the back verandah and rear yard, making it the perfect space to entertain. DIY enthusiasts will enjoy the large shed in the rear yard. Additionally providing plenty of room for your caravan, boat or trailer.

Located in the emerging suburb of Ingle Farm, adjacent Walkley Heights and offering a brilliant lifestyle with walking trails and reserves located a short walk away, perfect for the whole family to enjoy.

Features that make this home special:
- Spacious bedrooms 1 and 2 with built-in robes, bedroom 2 with window wall air conditioner
- Bedroom 3 or study
- Light filled living and dining area with split system air conditioner and heater
- Kitchen with gas cooktop and servery to living and dining area
- Main bathroom with shower
- Separate laundry
- Verandah and additional pergola, perfect for outdoor entertaining
- Large rear yard with garage, storage shed, garden shed and rainwater tank
- Double length carport with roller door

Ideally located within close proximity to Ingle Farm Shopping Centre, a variety of schools, childcare centres, parks and public transport options. Only minutes away from all the shopping and entertainment that Tea Tree Plaza has to offer. All this and the added bonus of the Adelaide CBD only 12kms (approximately) away.

For further information, please contact Fadi Oudih on 0455 999 007, Paul Leombruno on 0439 160 161 or 8269 7711 (office).

All information provided has been obtained from sources we believe to be accurate, however, we cannot provide any guarantee and we accept no liability for any errors or omissions (including but not limited to a property's land size, floor plans and size, building age and condition). Interested parties should make their own inquiries and obtain their own legal advice.

RLA 200591