Set on picturesque Lochiel Parkway, this 2010 built eco-inspired home is an outstanding example of well-planned contemporary living, utilising low-energy building technologies.
Offering three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, two living areas and double garage, it treads lightly on the planet with its tiny carbon footprint, whilst providing enhanced levels of thermal comfort and unprecedented energy efficiency.
A well designed and environmentally sustainable home that’s oriented to optimise access to open space and sunlight that provides excellent separation between the two living areas by positioning the laundry, third W/C and staircase in between.
Boasting a seven-and-a-half star energy rating, this Torrens Titled properties’ architectural front facade utilises an attractive blend of modern materials including; rendering, face brick, saw-tooth weatherboard and aluminium double-glazed window systems.
The hub of the home is light-filled, where large windows provide the large, well-appointed kitchen and spacious dining/ living area with a tranquil outlook to the stunning resort-style north-facing outdoor entertaining area.
Rich timber decking and brilliant garden design have created a Zen-like haven that’s an equally perfect place to relax and unwind at the end of a busy day, or to entertain ‘alfresco style’ with family and friends all-year-round.
Clever use of screening systems designed to conceal bins, rainwater tank, hot water service and solar inverter, have been incorporated to maximise the appeal of the courtyard. A double garage with automatic roller door, accessed via Lapthorne Lane at the rear, provides direct entry to the courtyard.
Upstairs, the spacious master bedroom with walk-through robe and ensuite opens up to an intimate balcony overlooking a reserve, whilst two further bedrooms are serviced by a light, bright main bathroom.
Complementing the home’s solar passive design, supplementary heating and cooling requirements are met with ceiling fans to all main rooms and reverse-cycle ducted air-conditioning throughout the home.
An outstanding example of well-planned contemporary living, utilising low-energy building technologies and a fantastic opportunity to secure an up-to-the-minute home in award winning and tightly held ‘Green Village’ – Lochiel Park.
Situated in idyllic surrounds adjacent the Torrens River Linear Park and master planned with an innovative approach to urban housing, this multi-award winning ‘Green Village’ of Lochiel Park was designed on sustainability principles and conservation of resources.
With a high degree of emphasis placed on providing dynamic, high-quality public space including urban forest, wetlands and a variety of different recreational areas, just one-third of Lochiel Park is populated by homes.
Integration between the natural and built environment provides an enlightened community, committed to living sustainably, a truly wonderful place to live, work and play together.
Pick up the path, just metres from your doorstep and walk, run or cycle along the beautiful linear park trail, ideal for all fitness levels and perfect for families with small children. Enjoy a picnic and feed the ducks, or why not venture further to Athelstone and the foothills or into the city and beyond to Henley Beach.
You are moments (600 metres) to one of Adelaide’s most picturesque and scenic par 3 golf courses and a short five minute drive or 15 minute stroll to the stunning new Aquatic Recreation Centre offering world-class sporting and recreational facilities including swimming, squash and gymnasium, plus a multi-purpose five-court stadium for basketball, netball and more!
An easy commute to the city where the Klemzig bus station is only a five-minute bike ride away where you can safely house your ride in a bike locker and take the bus straight into the city on the Obahn.
What makes this property special?
• Architectural, solar passive design
• Superb, tranquil outdoor living
• Double glazed windows throughout
• Achieves a very high min. 7.5-star thermal performance
• Twin drawer dishwasher; 900mm stainless steel oven and cooktop
• High-speed fibre-to-the-home internet
• 2 kW (approx.) Solar photovoltaic cells
• Gas-boosted solar hot water system
• Ducted reverse-cycle airconditioning
• Ultra-low energy costs
• Double garage
• Fantastic community vibe including fruit and veggie garden, arts and mosaic groups
• Three minutes drive to East Marden Primary
• Seven minutes drive to Charles Campbell College
• Three minutes drive to North Eastern Community Hospital
• Five minutes drive to the brand new ARC (Aquatic Recreation Centre)
• Easy walk to par 3 golf course
• Close to public transport including Obahn
• Adjacent Linear Park
Land Size: 240.00 sqm approx.
Council Rates: $1,889.10 p/a approx.
Water Rates: $224.15 p/q approx.
ES Levy: $340.85 p/a approx.