Whereas solely roughly 25km from town, you’ll really feel a world away from the hustle and bustle on this quirky off-grid residence that’s on an enormous block surrounded by timber.
Househunters looking for a unusual and rustic residence that’s somewhat exterior the field can’t go previous this one within the Adelaide Hills.
Made up of two half-cylinders that appear to be a few Nissen huts have been moulded collectively, the Carey Gully home at 77 Boundary Drive shouldn’t be the kind of residence that hits the market typically.
The homeowners constructed the off-grid home in 1998, fastidiously positioning it on the 8.1ha property’s hillside to profit from its sweeping views.
Harris Actual Property agent Tamara Gertig, who’s promoting the property with Jordan Home, stated it has attracted loads of curious househunters in its first few days in the marketplace.
“There’s been a excessive stage of curiosity from native and interstate consumers,” she stated.
“It’s completely habitable nevertheless it’s a house you would possibly do up in time.”
The ‘T’ formed home has three bedrooms and one lavatory, with an open dwelling and eating room its centrepiece.
Its dwelling space flows onto a balcony that gives the proper spot to take in the panoramic vistas earlier than it.
There are two wings on all sides of the primary dwelling space – one in all which has the shared lavatory and a bed room with balcony, whereas the opposite has the kitchen and two bedrooms, one in all which has a balcony.
There may be additionally a studio or storage shed on the property and a double carport.
To high all of it off, the house additionally has photo voltaic power provisions, a bore, a septic system and in depth rainwater storage.
Mr Gertig stated potential consumers have been drawn to its gorgeous view, in addition to the off-grid and personal way of life it provided.
The property is listed on the market with out a worth information.
Initially printed as Quirky Nissen hut-style Carey Gully house offering private off-grid lifestyle