33 Patrick Auld Drive is a resplendent red-brick masterpiece. Ornate features and modern touches making it a pleasure to live in as well as to observe.
Real estate agent Grant Giordano, who is representing the home, spoke to SA Real Estate News.
Rich in history and opportunity
This property has a storied history, from ambitious construction to lengthy residence.
“Constructed by locally renowned builder Mr. Peter Catinari in 1988,” says Grant, “The two-storey home has been lovingly built with western red cedar wood, double-brick and other lasting construction materials.
“The large grounds have allowed the current owner to raise a very successful family who have all moved interstate. As such, the property is ready for the next owner to take over and add to its legacy.”
It is a home that appeals to many an owner, as “one buyer might place more value on the never to be built out views across Adelaide and the surrounding hills. Another might prefer the close proximity to both Burnside Village, The Parade and all their offerings.”
Countless acres of potential
Given the immense acreage, exceeding 5000 square metres, this property is ripe for both extension and horticultural exploitation – an endeavour to which is it particularly well-suited.
As Grant describes, “the famed Penfolds Estate was founded only a few hundred metres from the property’s front door … the garden’s plantings therefore share a microclimate with the vines used to produce Australia’s most famous export – Grange Hermitage.”
The location has merits beyond the horticultural. “Being only a short drive from the CBD, an international airport, prestigious education providers, trendy cafes, epicurean delights and boutique shopping. Auldana provides a hills lifestyle complete with panoramic metropolitan and natural views, sans commute.”
33 Patrick Auld Drive is being represented by Grant Giordano of South Australia Sotheby’s International Realty, who can be contacted for the selling price.
Images and floor plan can be viewed here.