• 3 Bed
  • 1 Bath

27 East Terrace, Minlaton

Golf Course Outlook

Stone and brick home with aluminium tiled roof built in the 1950's in a prime golf course location. In solid, sound order with dated facilities. consisting of 3 bedrooms, dated floral carpets, 1980's bathroom- shower and vanity, eat-in kitchen with original cupboards that have had a new laminate... more
  • 4 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Car

10 Park Terrace, Stansbury

A property you will be proud to call your own.

If space and an idyllic location close to the beach are high on your priority list then look no further - this property is for you. Only a short stroll from the main swimming beach this 4 bedroom home located on a large, low maintenance 1,012m2 allotment is not only spacious but offers a practical... more
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2 Car

8 Scenic Drive, Point Turton

Surprise Package

This home may seem unassuming from the street - but wait until you get inside! This 2009 built home features 3 generous bedrooms, master with WIR & ensuite, sparkling bathroom, light & bright kitchen with pantry, overhead cupboards, cooktop, underbench oven, dishwasher and loads of bench space. ... more
  • 2 Bed
  • 1 Bath

11 North Terrace, Maitland

EXTREMELY NEAT TIDY PROPERTY WITH ALL THE BELLS & WHISTLES

This very well cared for north facing property certainly has been finished off nicely. It consists of open plan kitchen/dine/living with gas heating and a/c. Two bedrooms, bathroom, separate toilet and laundry. Recently painted throughout. Outside 2nd toilet and front and back verandahs. 20’ x 30’... more
  • 4 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 2 Car

3 Daly Terrace, Hardwicke Bay

Spotless in Every Way - Great Location

Brick home backing onto a tree covered reserve and a short walk to the sandy beach, or to the general store. The 3 bedrooms in the home, 2 with built ins, are complimented by a large bathroom with a full wall of storage and an open plan dine/living with wood combustion heating & R/C air cond, plus... more

Yorke Peninsula is a rapidly growing area located west of Adelaide. Shaped like a leg and foot the narrow Peninsula extends about 160km south from Port Wakefield. The Gulf St. Vincent separates the Peninsula from Adelaide with a distance of about 70km over water from Adelaide to Port Vincent, Stansbury & Edithburgh.

The region is well known as a reliable farming, cropping and grazing area, which produces a large percentage of Australia’s premium malting barley. More recently the area has become a strong tourist destination with families visiting during summer and the ‘grey nomads’ out of school holidays.

The Southern Yorke Peninsula is characterised by small, pretty coastal townships and holiday settlements which are serviced by Minlaton and Yorketown for retail, commercial and medical services.