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Eden Hills home’s impressive design makes it look like it’s perched in the treetops

The Eden Hills home at 1A Dale Road is surrounded by bushland. Pic: realestate.com.au

A mid-century modern home in Adelaide’s foothills takes the phrase ‘tree change’ to another level.

The Eden Hills home at 1A Dale Rd has been designed to take advantage of its sloping hillside block, making it appear as though it’s perched in the treetops.

Flanked by walls of wide windows with multiple decks, the three-bedroom home offers plenty of opportunities to admire the surrounding bushland and sweeping views that stretch from neighbouring Watiparinga Reserve to the beach.

It is now on the market, giving a new owner the chance to enjoy the impressive house and its picturesque scenery.

Its design makes it look like its perched in the treetops. Pic: realestate.com.au

It offers quite a view too. Pic: realestate.com.au

Vendor Chris Lewis and partner Amy bought the 2921sqm property about three years ago attracted to its position.

“It was secluded and we were looking into the reserve,” he said.

“We just love spending time on the deck looking out to Glenelg.”

While they were going to miss the house, Mr Lewis said they were selling to upsize.

The house is split into two parts – one with a study and three bedrooms, the main of which has a deck, while the other is dedicated to an open kitchen and living area with decks on either side.

Craggs Realty director Brenton Craggs, who was selling the property with Asef Hussaini, said the house was in a special position.

The house overlooks a neighbouring reserve. Pic: realestate.com.au

It’s set back from the street so is private and secluded. Pic: realestate.com.au

“It’s in a pretty interesting part of the hills because there’s a reserve on the other side of it,” he said.

“You’re got treetops either side of you too.

“When I was there the other day there was a koala there with its baby.”

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Mr Craggs said the house was attracting a lot of attention from househunters.

“I’ve had a fair bit of interest in it, about 60 groups through the property,” he said.

“The architecture is modern mid-century, which is definitely an attraction – there seems to be quite a following for this style of house.

“I also think it’s the seclusion and the privacy (attracting people).”

Offers for the property will be accepted until 5pm on October 29.


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