Photos of the house to come; Renovate this 3-bedroom stone cottage, or build your dream home. Enjoy the character and charm this quaint stone cottage oozes * Country dine in kitchen, ample cupboards & original wood stove with timber flooring throughout * 3 double bedrooms * Spacious central lounge with dining area * Bathroom with shower & vanity * Timber Baltic Ceilings * This stone cottage was renovated in the 1970. Add your own TLC and update this lovely homestead or build your own dream house A renovator’s delight or a weekend seaside escape for the family, friends & fishermen.
Set on large allotment approx. 1289m2 with a street frontage of 30.38 and a depth of 42.45, giving you space to build a shed for the boat & cars, & located in a quiet area of Edithburgh. One of the last full-sized old town blocks and a value development opportunity, subject to council approval. Rates $1278 pa approx
Offering heaps of potential * Basic shedding, mains water & rainwater tank* Fully fenced low maintenance gardens & yard * Situated very close to town jetty, tidal pool, main street & all town services. Golf course at the end of the street * Plenty of space for the boat and caravan. Property offers Walk in Walk out furniture.
Retreat from the world and do nothing or indulge in the seaside lifestyle that Edithburgh has on offer, an all-weather boat ramp, & great fishing. Great location for the family to holiday or live by the sea with plenty of room to move! This large parcel of land is only meters from the beach & is well protected from the winds. So close to the town centre, golf course, jetty, the popular sea water pool, hotels, & cafés but still retaining absolute privacy.
Adjacent to the “Walk the Yorke” tourist walking and camping trail.
Edithburgh is a popular family holiday destination on the Yorke Peninsula.
Excellent fishing for mullet, yellow fin and whiting both off the jetty and the beach; swimming at both Sultana Point Beach and the town's excellent tidal rock pool; snorkelling, sail boarding and world class scuba diving. Although now a holiday destination, Edithburgh was once the third busiest port in South Australia (after Adelaide and Wallaroo). It is surrounded by nearly 200 lakes which were used to mine salt which was shipped out from the Edithburgh jetty and is only a short drive to tourist destinations, fantastic scenery, internationally renowned surf breaks and an ever-growing foodie and fresh produce trail that now defines the Yorke Peninsula.
This is your opportunity to indulge in that sea change you have been dreaming of.