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Kate and Richard making Yorke Peninsula home

Kate Johns and her husband Richard made the move from Adelaide to Yorke Peninsula in February for better lifestyle opportunities like fishing, crabbing and walking their dog on the beach. >> STORY PAGE 9

Summer gardening tips with Helen Rodda >> STORY PAGE 16

Escaping the rent cycle >> STORY PAGE 2


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Escaping the rent cycle SUMMER 2017

OPEN INSPECTIONS Saturday, 30th December Port Julia 18 Jetty Road .................................. 3.45pm-4.15pm Black Point 152A Harvey Crescent ........ 2pm-2.45pm Pine Point 50 Esplanade ................................ 1.15pm-1.45pm James Well 30 James Well Road ............ 12.30pm-1pm Port Vincent 8 John Robb Court ............ 11am-11.30am

Sunday, 31st December Port Julia 18 Jetty Road .................................. 3.45pm-4.15pm Black Point 152A Harvey Crescent ........ 2pm-2.45pm Pine Point 50 Esplanade ................................ 1.15pm-1.45pm James Well 30 James Well Road ............ 12.30pm-1pm Port Vincent 8 John Robb Court ............ 11am-11.30am

Getting a home loan – what you need to know

IF you’re in the market to purchase a property there are several steps required to secure a home loan. BankSA general manager of retail banking and home lending Maria-Ann Camilleri said you should first calculate how much you think you will need and how much you will actually be able to borrow. “Generally, we lend up to 95 per cent of your purchase price, including mortgage insurance,” she said. “So, if you’re looking to buy a $300,000 home, you’ll need $15,000 in savings to put towards a deposit. “An easy way to work out your exact borrowing power is by speaking to your bank or by using one of the many online calculators available that will quickly estimate how much you can borrow, what deposit you will need, and what your repayments will be.” Mrs Camilleri said, when doing your sums, make sure to factor in how much stamp duty you will need to pay and any other fees such as conveyancing charges and mortgage insurance. “On the other hand, if you’re a first home buyer, be sure to factor in any housing grants you may be entitled to from the state government to help offset your costs,” she said. When you apply for a home loan you will need to provide documentation including proof of income, such as recent pay slips, a summary of your monthly expenses and evidence of your savings. “Once you have completed your home loan application your lender will then consider and verify your application before hopefully approving so you can proceed with your property plans,” Mrs Camilleri said.

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KADINA’s Deb Ross has proven the dream of owning your own home is not out of reach for everyday Australians. The single mother of three had been renting for more than 20 years and never thought she would be able to purchase a home. About five years ago she decided to make sacrifices and start saving to ensure she had something to leave her children. “I never thought I would have the option to buy a home and it took a lot of saving, hard work, persistence and a lot of sacrifices,” she said. “It’s hard to save money, especially when you have children, which is why it took so long but I managed to save enough in five years. “It was a very surreal feeling and I was excited I was actually buying my own home because I thought it was out of reach.” Deb said if she can save enough for a house, anyone can. “I just woke up one morning and said ‘I want to buy my own home, we are going to sacrifice for how long it takes and make the dream a reality’,” she said. “I now have something I can leave my kids, I can call something my own without the risk of having to move because the owner wants to sell.” Loan Market finance broker Mark West, who consults in Kadina, helped Deb make her dream come true. “There are many things people need to be aware of when thinking about applying for a home loan because borrowing money is a big commitment with most home loan terms running for about 30 years,” Mark said. “This means people must show they are able to manage their own finances before even applying for a loan. “Before making a decision on whether to lend you money, lenders will look at some key aspects of your personal and financial situation.”

A PLACE TO CALL HOME... Declan Mazzone, of Kadina, stands out front of his new home which his mother, Deb Ross, purchased after 20 years of renting.

Mark’s advice Managing your finance and personal situation

n Credit history: Does your credit report have any defaults? If it does, you can find it very difficult to obtain finance. Defaults can be as simple as an unpaid phone bill from years ago. People can often be unaware these defaults are on their credit record. n Savings history: Lenders want to know you can save money. If you have a good income but no savings, the banks will want to know why. The amount of savings you require depends on many factors. n Income: Is your income enough to support the loan you are applying for? Keep in mind when lenders assess your capacity to repay a loan they will assess you on an interest rate that is significantly higher than what the interest rate on your loan is. This is to ensure you can still afford the loan if interest rates increase.

n Living arrangements: The structure of your family will determine what minimum living costs the lenders will apply to your scenario. For every additional child, your living costs increase and your borrowing capacity is reduced considerably. n Current liabilities: Lenders will calculate your current debt levels when considering your suitability for a loan. This includes credit cards.

Misconceptions

n All lenders are the same: The fact is all lenders are very different. They all have different policies which can often be the difference between getting a loan or not. A good example is casual employment, if you are employed on a casual basis some banks will require you to have been employed for a minimum of six months while others require only three months. n You need 20 per cent deposit: If you are buying a home to live in many lenders will lend up to 95 per cent of

the value of the property. I have even done loans up to 97 per cent with some lenders. This is dependent on approval from lenders mortgage insurers but is more common than not these days. n You can’t buy a property without a deposit: If you have someone (generally a relative) willing to offer part of their property as security you may be able to borrow all of the purchase price plus all of the costs. This is called a security guarantee. n You need a job to get a loan: With Homestart particularly you may qualify for a loan based purely on your pension income. This can include family tax benefit, aged pension or carers pension. n You can get a better rate dealing direct with the bank: This is absolutely incorrect. Brokers have access to exactly the same rates as the individual banks and sometimes discounted rates which are only available through the broker channel.

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Expansion marks new era for beachside development A NEW land release at The Dunes Yorke Peninsula has made the 80-hectare Port Hughes development the talk of the Copper Coast — and beyond. Onsite construction concluded in late October, clearing the way for another 40 allotments and uniting both ends of the beachside development via a bitumen-sealed thoroughfare. The Dunes project director Kevin McGuinness said the stage 1C expansion has attracted significant interest from locals and Adelaide-based buyers. “We’d already sold a quarter of the available allotments before sales for the new stage officially opened,” Kevin said. “Pre-release pricing and the buzz of progress at the site certainly piqued the interest of various buyers, including investors, holidaymakers, and retirees.” He said the expansion’s role in connecting both ends of the development to create a cohesive community has also driven greater interest in allotments in other areas of the site. “Overall, we’ve sold about 62 per cent of the available allotments we’ve opened up and that continues to increase from

week to week,” Kevin said. “With a dedicated sales consultant now based on site, we get multiple sales leads and enquiries every week.” Copper Coast local and Ray White agent Seah Williams has picked up The Dunes real estate account, establishing a base to connect with locals and visitors at a rather enviable location, The Deck Bar and Cafe. “People come to The Deck to unwind with friends or experience great golfing, so if they happen to see me and want to find out more about The Dunes, it’s a fairly unintimidating environment for them to come up and have a chat,” Seah said. Sales for stage 1C officially open this week, with an offer to land buyers of a partial refund to put towards their build costs. The land release has also sparked investment in a new video-fed website and marketing campaign using aerial footage and photography that highlights the spectacular imagery of the area. “When you see the views on offer at The Dunes, you realise you don’t need words to explain why you’d want to live here — and that’s the principle behind the new campaign.”

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Fully established family home. 4 bdrms, f/lounge, tiled open-plan living, master with WIR and ensuite, bdrms 2-3 with BIRs, r/c ducted a/c, paved outdoor entertaining area. DLUG UMR plus 6m x 9m shed. Neville Hibbard 0427 187 450

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Home sweet home

BUILT in 2011 and lovingly maintained, this fourbedroom home has two bathrooms, formal lounge and entertaining deck that looks over tranquil and established grounds. The master bedroom is air-conditioned and comes with walk-through robe and ensuite, and bedrooms two and three have built-in robes; all have hard-wearing carpet. There’s easy-care timberlook flooring through the living areas — air-conditioned kitchen, dining and lounge with an open plan design, plus a formal lounge at the front entrance, a great retreat to watch the footy.

FEATURE PROPERTY Location: 44 Thomas Street, Kadina Price: $280,000 Agent: Ray White Copper Coast/Ardrossan/ Yorke Peninsula, RLA228054 Contact: David Bussenschutt, 0429 692 511 The kitchen is the home’s hub with its breakfast bar, pantry and double sliding doors that open onto the deck/ rear verandah — you won’t want to be anywhere else! The gardens are established with native trees, shrubs and a sprinkling of productive fruit trees.

Rainwater is plumbed to the house. Garden beds, a little lawn, garden shed and a carport with remote roller door round out the list of features at this address. Inspection will impress; to arrange yours, call the sales agent David Bussenschutt on 0429 692 511.

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WALLAROO Shores developer Monopoly Property Group, with Copper Coast Council, is excited construction of the road connecting Jetty Road and Heritage Drive will start this summer. The 18.5-hectare residential, tourism and retail development will be releasing select allotments in its residential estate sooner than expected thanks to the road, which CME Civil will build. “It is so great to see trucks on site and works starting to happen,� MPG Executive Chairman and Founder Ben Howard said. “There is something so exciting about the residential estate, but behind the scenes we have had great progress and interest in Mantra Wallaroo Shores Resort by local and overseas investors.� Mantra Wallaroo Shores Resort will help meet the rising demand of tourism on Yorke Peninsula, offering 100 two-bedroom keys, function rooms, luxury cinema, and outdoor facilities. With presales currently available to investors, the resort is set to start construction in 2018, and become operational in 2019. “Wallaroo Shores will be the largest beachfront development in the history of Yorke Peninsula and, once completed it will contribute facilities the whole community will be able to enjoy,� Mr Howard said. The $220 million development is set to provide more than 600 new dwellings including 100 resort townhouses, apartments, a lifestyle

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DINING OUT... Wallaroo Shores investors enjoy lunch on Office Beach in November. village and retail facilities for those seeking a relaxed coastal lifestyle. “We’re really looking forward to releasing some of our premier allotments in the estate this summer,� he said. “With a number of people on our waitlist already, people can’t wait to move into this stunning seaside location.�

The first phase of the development, Wallaroo Shores Resort, is now on presale to investors, with the first stage of the residential development set to be available to the public in early 2018. To find out more, visit www. wallarooshores.com.au or www. wallarooshoresresort.com.au, or email info@wshores.com.


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Lovingly maintained family home, 3 bdrms, 1 with BIR, functional kitchen and dine, lounge with s/c heating and s/s a/c, spacious family room. Bthrm, separate toilet, laundry and ducted evap a/c. Approx. 22’ x 20’ garage with roller door, concrete + power, solar, rear verandah, well-maintained yards. For Sale $269,000

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2 Fourth Street, Ardrossan

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Three bdrms, lounge with s/s a/c, compact kitchen, bthrm with shower and vanity, separate toilet and laundry. Low-maintenance yard has garden shed plus ample room for shedding. Quaint stone “office” is part of the package and could be used as storage, bedroom or even a little boutique shop. For Sale $230,000

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Easy walk to the beach, 3-bdrm home, all with BIRs, open-plan lounge with mounted r/c a/c . Kitchen/meals area, dual access bthrm with shower, toilet and laundry. There is approximately 30,000L rainwater plumbed to home, distant sea glimpses from deck, approx. 13x6m garage, concrete + power. For Sale $239,000

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8 Yelta Street, Clinton

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Only 300m from the beachfront, offering 2 bdrms, master has BIR, kitchen, lounge and dine with r/c a/c. Ample vehicle storage with double carport and garage, both front/rear verandahs are enclosed. Low-maintenance yards and approx 15,000L of rainwater storage connected to the home. For Sale $179,000

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49 Gilmore Crescent, Wallaroo

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Three-bdrm waterfront home with pontoon. All bdrms have c/fans, built-in or walk-in robes, master has ensuite. Open-plan living + wonderful views. outside offers verandah/deck extensive pergola/outdoor living area, fully fenced, paved and landscaped, off-street parking + parking for two UMR. For Sale $628,000

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15 Neyler Street, Edithburgh

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Four generous bdrms main has ensuite and WIR, 3 bdrms have access to deck. Open kitchen, dine/living area includes s/c heating and s/s a/c, 9’ ceilings, sparkling 3-way bthrm, ample built-in storage. Solar panels, approx. 12x8x3m garage with single automatic roller door plus carport. For Sale $325,000

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Neat as a pin, just a stroll to the beach on 697sqm lot. 3 bdrms, open-plan a/c kitchen, dine and lounge plus bthrm/laundry with w/c, low-maintenance lawns plus couple of RWTs. Parking for 1, or 2 UMR carport, another in the near-new garage/workshop. Ideally located a short distance from the bay. For Sale $223,000

5b North Gully Road, Tickera

Spacious 263sqm, 2-storey home in a quiet cul-de-sac in The Dunes on a 505sqm lot, 3 bdrms downstairs, spacious lounge, laundry, bthrm with w/c, direct access to 6’x6’ garage, manicured and established grounds. Upstairs has living, modern kitchen, dine, balcony. Master bdrm has WIR + ensuite.

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44 Woodforde Drive, North Beach

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9 Stroke Court, Port Hughes

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Located amongst a group of 7, this neat and tidy corner unit has excellent sea views, 2 generous bdrms, master has BIR, kitchen with built-in pantry, living and dine with r/c s/s a/c and ceiling fan. Private courtyard and u/c off-street parking. Walk-in walk-out basis with exception of personal items.

For Sale $429,000

Price reduced by $20,000. Holiday home only 150m to the beach, 4 bdrms, 2 bthrms, 2 living areas, encl. entertaining area, secure parking, low-maint. gardens and 3-bay shed. Situated on an approx 1130sqm with outstanding views from upstairs. This outstanding property is the whole package. For Sale $579,000

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Current holiday rental. Seaside home featuring 5 bdrms, master bdrm is upstairs with ensuite, WIR and balcony access to bay views. Open-plan living upstairs with grand kitchen and balcony. Spacious lounge downstairs, 4 bdrms with fans. Established grounds with pergola and 2-bay garage.

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Unit 5, 2-8 Rowe Terrace, Ardrossan

44 Islesworth Street, North Beach

In the town centre of Kadina and now for sale is this proven performer of many years. It is a set of 6, managed, 2-bedroom units all with leases in place making an ideal investment with a good return. Rental details available from sales agent David Bussenschutt at Ray White Copper Coast. For Sale $795,000

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This ultimate designer home features panoramic views of the coastline as well as across the gulf to the Eyre Peninsula. It is set on a grand 3169sqm allotment, high above the coastline of Tickera. Featuring 3 bedrooms, the largest is the master bedroom with two grand walk-in-robes plus an exquisite and glistening ensuite; complete with spa bath and double vanity, plus balcony access for those breathtaking views. A grand open-plan split level design living space with regal timber and granite kitchen with island bench, spacious pantry plus double insulated cellaret for your wine collection, and more ocean views - even from the kitchen sink! A long list of features include ducted vacuum, built-in speaker systems, office, ducted air-con, garage under the main roof for two with internal access, floor-to-ceiling tiles plus built-in cupboards in the laundry, solar hot water system, extensive paving and fencing, 150,000L of rainwater plumbed to the home and 9m x 15m shed with 3-phase power and parking for at least 4. For Sale $775,000

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17 Young Street, Wallaroo

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Reduced to sell, by $10,000. Neat and tidy 2-bdrm rental, eat-in kitchen, separate lounge, renovated modern bthrm and second toilet, large laundry and main bedroom with BIR. a/c and ceiling fans. Outdoor entertaining, lush lawn areas, fruit trees, ample shedding, rainwater and fully fenced. For Sale $210,000

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Stylish and unique, well-proportioned ground floor with 3 bdrms. Garage utilised as huge 4th bdrm with own entertainment area. Private outdoor alfresco BBQ/dining space. Upstairs provides spacious open-plan living which flows to a spectacular full-length balcony. Off-street parking for 2. For Sale $575,000

94 Stately Way, Wallaroo

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Built in 2011 on 941sqm, waterfront lot with pontoon. Parking for 2 UMR. Grand hallway, porcelain tiles, master bdrm has his/hers robes, ensuite with spa. Bdrms 2-4 have BIRs, formal lounge, open-plan living, kitchen with gas cooktop, d/w. Outdoor entertaining loggia. Low-maint., irrigated gardens. For Sale $845,000

David Bussenschutt 0429 692 511

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The whole home runs on rainwater, and a recently installed bore ensures you will never run out of water; a fivekilowatt solar system will keep those utilities bills at bay. The nearly three-acre property offers an abundance of established native trees and wildlife. A 60’ x 30’ shed with 15’ clearance has a concrete floor, power and mezzanine for extra storage. There is also a two-bay carport and large pergolas surrounding the home, offering plenty of spaces to enjoy the peace and quiet. A great property for those looking for a tree change; contact sales agent Ryan Lamshed to inspect.

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Hidden gem in quiet location

LESS than two years old, this four-bedroom home is set within the quiet residential streets of the original part of town. It’s within walking distance of the main street, shops, school, playground, jetty and Office Beach. There’s an open-plan, wellappointed kitchen, complete with stainless steel appliances, gas cooktop, electric oven, 2 pac cabinetry, caesarstone benchtops, loads of cupboard space and an island breakfast bar. The spacious, natural lightfilled master suite features a large built-in wardrobe and a luxurious ensuite with double bowl vanity. The entire home has ducted reverse-cycle heating and cooling, easy-care floating floors, LED downlights, modern fittings, ceiling fans to all bed-

FEATURE PROPERTY Location: 15 Schroeder Street, Wallaroo Price: $299,000 Agent: Ray White Copper Coast/ Ardrossan/Yorke Peninsula, RLA228054 Contact: Robert Jamieson, 0433 802 804

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rooms, built-in robes to bedrooms three and four, and fullheight cabinetry to the laundry. Other features include a tiled alfresco area under the main roof, fully fenced yard with Colorbond fencing, landscaped front and rear yards, automated sprinkler system that runs on the underground rainwater tank, outdoor shower, exposed aggregate driveway and paths, and parking under main roof for a single car with direct access into the home. There’s nothing to do here, it is move-in ready. The property is currently being run as a successful holiday home with bookings until the end of January For further information or to arrange your private inspection, contact sales agent Rob Jamieson on 0433 802 804.

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Beachside investment or holiday retreat FEATURE PROPERTY Location: 26 Kona Crescent, Sultana Point Price: $307,500 Agent: Professionals Yorketown, RLA158678 Contact: Allison Thomson, 8852 1188 or 0438 521 950

PRESENTING an opportunity for a relaxed seaside lifestyle is this immaculately maintained, spacious and modern two-storey home at Sultana Point. Downstairs there are two large bedrooms, tiled floors throughout, and both with ceiling fans and main with built-in robes. A new modern dine-in kitchen has ample cupboard storage and reverse-cycle split-system airconditioning. There’s also a tiled bathroom with shower and vanity, and a separate laundry and toilet. The west-facing sunroom is the perfect place to enjoy sunsets, and it overlooks the low maintenance backyard. The double garage under the main roof has plenty of room for storage, and the backyard features a barbecue/storage shed, ample rainwater storage and two bores to help maintain the beau-

tiful neat gardens. A five-kilowatt solar system helps with energy costs. Upstairs comprises a large open-plan living area with access to a wraparound balcony to take advantage of cool summer breezes. There’s a double bedroom with ensuite, toilet and vanity, and a wet bar for entertaining family and friends. Relax and enjoy the sea breezes, rural and some restricted distant sea views on the extensive balcony. A popular destination, Sultana Point has white sandy beaches and great fishing grounds. This property would be ideal as a holiday rental or enjoy it with family and friends as your own beachside holiday home. Many more features make an inspection highly recommended. Land size, 792 square metres; council rates 2017-18, $1,517.17.

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Making Yorke Peninsula home Sonny COOMBS JOURNALIST

WITH average house prices almost half the cost of Adelaide and great lifestyle opportunities, it’s no wonder people are leaving the big smoke for Yorke Peninsula. The Copper Coast has recorded significant population growth during the past five years, having added 1190 people since 2011, according to the latest Census.

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“It’s just relaxing here, you can walk in the park, hear all the birds which you don’t get in Adelaide, and we often go on bush walks which we love. “It’s a more social lifestyle and you are far more relaxed here so we haven’t looked back.� Yorke Peninsula Real Estate principal Kym Stanitzki said the peninsula offers a great country lifestyle, particularly for those who enjoy water activities.

The quality of life is just so much better here than it is in the city and we are country people at heart. – Kate Johns, of Kadina

Richard and Kate Johns had been visiting the area for seven years before deciding to permanently make the move to Kadina in February. “We met a lot of people, found them really lovely, we love crabbing, fishing and just the lifestyle in the country,� Mrs Johns said. “The quality of life is just so much better here than it is in the city and we are country people at heart so we are really enjoying it.

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“Also, we have better facilities and services than a lot of similar-sized towns in the state on the back of a large number of tourists who visit the region,� Mr Stanitzki said. “In the past the peninsula had significant annual capital growth — from 2000 to 2012 many towns had 12 to 14 per cent annual capital growth.� Mr Stanitzki said there was a significant decline in the number of retirees in

the market when the global financial crisis hit; however, the situation has improved this year. “We believe the peninsula is still an attractive area for retirees and expect the number of retirees to increase again because, in many cases, they can sell their home in Adelaide for significantly more than they will spend purchasing a home here,� he said. “The excess funds may assist to bolster the superannuation balances or buy the new lifestyle toys such as a caravan, boat or fourwheel drive.� Ray White Copper Coast/Ard rossan/Yorke Peninsula principal David Bussenschutt said he is told by people who move to the peninsula it’s like a LOVING LIFE... Kate Johns and her husband made the move from Adelaide to Kadina for a better lifestyle. holiday every day. “It’s just a couple of hours to the city if need be, but we have plenty of the major services so no need to go back unless visiting family who haven’t yet seen the light,� he said. “YP boasts some of the best beaches in the state, excellent fishing from either gulf and great buying compared with the city. 2II IIHULQJSURIHVVLRQDOFRQYH\DQFLQJVHUYLFHV “We often see buyers moving this way once they 7XFNILHOGVUHPRYHWKHVWUHVVIURPEX\LQJVHOOLQJ have sold their house for a DQGWUDQVIHUULQJSURSHUW\ premium in the cities and coming here to purchase, plus having plenty of Call Allan and Ryan today  FDOOXVWRGD\ change left to retire on.�

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65 George Street, Moonta

The busy main street of Moonta is the place to be! This 626sqm property was formerly the production and print house of the local newspaper for many years and before that was believed to be the Moonta Fire Station. Rear lane access and the ability for joint tenancy are just a couple of the pluses. See the rest for yourself, call the exclusive sales agent David Bussenschutt on 0429 692 511 to arrange your inspection.

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Properly managing your property IF you have an investment property or thinking about buying one, it’s important your property is in safe hands and managed properly, according to Ferguson Property Agents founder and principal Justin Ferguson. A great way to keep your property in check and reduce unnecessary stress is to get your own property manager. Key things your property manager should be doing, according to Mr Ferguson: 1. Accurate ongoing condition reports: Continual documentation on the situation of your home will outline if there has been any extra damage over and above normal wear and tear. This will make sure the tenant is responsible for the cost of replacing or repairing such damage, therefore covering yourself. 2. Periodical rental increases: Being an expert in the local market, your property manager should be familiar with how other similar properties are priced and the typical increasing percentages. When the tenants’ lease is due for renewal they should be able to expertly guide you on how much to increase the rent price. 3. Offering the landlord to come to periodic inspections: By attending periodic inspec-

tions, it gives you the opportunity to view your property and see if the tenants are looking after it. This allows you to bring up any concerns or changes that need to be made and to make sure your property manager really is doing their job. 4. Offering updated sales appraisals: Your property is an important asset. That’s why you should be regularly informed about the current market to see how your investment is performing. This can offer distinct advantages including income, capital and growth. 5. Making sure tenants are thoroughly screened: A consistent screening process should include careful credit and criminal background checks. If your property manager isn’t doing this, you can end up in real strife. 6. Continuing to keep the landlord fully informed during the re-rent process: Your property manager should advise you immediately if a tenant gives notice of the intention to leave the property. You need to be informed on all aspects will certify your property has been respected and left in a good condition, ready for the new tenant.

Peter Tonkin Realty Pty Ltd 334 Minlacowie Road, Brentwood

Lot 14, No 10 Dease Street, Coobowie

RLA 158678

364 North Coast Road, Point Souttar

NEW LISTING

62 Bayview Road, Point Turton NEW LISTING

10 acres – 3km to beach

Great value – ideal building allotment

Stunning ocean views!

Great family home with panoramic sea views

Solid brick home of 4 bdrms, new kitchen, new bathroom, polished floors, ducted r/c a/c, 20’x20’ gge, 40’x30’ shed, 7x21m hothouse, sundry fowl sheds, 2x chook yards, 4 main paddocks, 4kW solar power, solar h/water, only 3km to beach. Price $395,000 | Peter Tonkin 8852 1188; 0407 390 281

Ideal level vacant allotment of 920sqm. Secure to build your dream home with northerly aspect and 20.61m bitumen road frontage – amongst new homes. No time frame to build. Power passing, mains water connected. Secure the seaside lifestyle! Price $77,500 | Allison Thomson 8852 1188; 0438 521 950

Fantastic holiday shack on 651sqm, open-plan kitchen/dine and lounge, 3 small bdrms, large main bdrm, shower and toilet, 10’x20’ shed with carport. Moor the boat out the front, easy access to the beach close by. Beach is literally at your door! Price $439,500 | Peter Tonkin 8852 1188; 0407 390 281

Terrific opportunity to secure this ideal, spacious 4 bdrm b/v home, versatile floorplan, fantastic sea views from front deck. Tiled open-plan living, modern kitchen inc d/w, 2 bthrms, 4th bdrm or family room, 8m x 7m shed + carport. Must see. Price $375,000 | Allison Thomson 8852 1188; 0438 521 950

160 North Coast Road, Point Turton

79 Esplanade, Point Turton

115 Edwardes Terrace, Port Victoria NEW LISTING

7a Anzac Parade, Stansbury NEW LISTING

Life at the beach

Million dollar views – absolute beachfront

Holidays or permanent living

Two units on one title

Gorgeous sunsets and beach at your doorstep. Fantastic holiday shack, open-plan living, 2 bdrms, combined bathroom, laundry and toilet, 25’ x 25’ x 9’ s/f garage, steps to the beach, magnificent sea views. Holidays don’t get much better than this! Price $299,000 | Allison Thomson 8852 1188; 0438 521 950

Enjoy the fresh sea air in your very own slice of paradise. 3 bdrms, 2 bthrms, open-plan living plus sitting area, garage and extensive outdoor living, spectacular ocean views and only a minute to the boat ramp. Submit an offer! Price $595,000 | Peter Tonkin 8852 1188; 0407 390 281

This home has the perfect outlook, overlooks golf course, fantastic sweeping sea views. 4 bedrooms, 2 kitchen areas, 2 bathrooms, 2 dining/lounge areas, 3 toilets, 20’x40’x12’ shed with lean-to, est. gardens, 3kW solar power, very hard to fault! Price $557,500 | Peter Tonkin 8852 1188; 0407 390 281

Fantastic position, two 3-bdrm units currently let for holiday and 1 permanent. Both are identical, brick veneer, r/c a/c, rear access to carport. Stunning sea views and close to shopping, these units have been well maintained! Price $699,000 | Peter Tonkin 8852 1188; 0407 390 281

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41 Stansbury Road, Yorketown PRICE DRASTICALLY REDUCED

Immaculate 2-storey beachside holiday retreat

Holiday or live near the sea – quiet location

Impressive and spacious, stone family home

Ready to renovate

Spacious modern 3-bdrm home with new modern dine-in kitchen. Downstairs: tiled with 2 large bdrms, sunroom, bthrm and laundry. Upstairs: large open-plan living, wet bar, balcony, 3rd bdrm. Dble garage UMR, 5kW solar, ample rainwater. Price $307,500 | Allison Thomson 8852 1188; 0438 521 950

Well-presented, adaptable 2-bedroom timber-frame home in quiet area. Practical kitchen and open-plan area, separate dine/ 3rd bedroom, 2 bthrms. Single gge, 2 carports + open shed for storage, set on 2071sqm, plenty of room. Superb weekender. Price $162,500 | Allison Thomson 8852 1188; 0438 521 950

Impressive home, 3 large bdrms, dine-in kitchen, large lounge with r/c a/c and s/c heating, sleep-out/office, approx. 40’ x 25’ double garage incl. workshop + single garage, low-maint yard. Full-length front/rear verandahs, ample r/w storage. Price $289,000 | Allison Thomson 8852 1188; 0438 521 950

Rendered brick home on a massive 7800sqm and adjoins the golf course. Basic kitchen, dining room, lounge, 2 dble bdrms, central bathroom, small sleep-out, enclosed rear vernadah, double gge, sundry sheds, est. gardens, front and rear access. Price $199,500 | Peter Tonkin 8852 1188; 0407 390 281

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Spacious, modern home with sea views

LOCATED in the quiet, friendly seaside community of Parsons Beach, this large, 2008-built, six-bedroom, three-bathroom home is packed with features. Enjoy glorious westerly sea views as well as the rural outlook to the east for as far as the eye can see. There are three bedrooms downstairs and three upstairs; all six are of generous size. The firstfloor master suite has an ensuite and direct balcony access. Downstairs features open plan living/entertaining room with kitchenette, bathroom, laundry and additional toilet. Upstairs is the real hub of the home with huge open plan kitchen, dining and living area with sea and rural views, bathroom and front and rear decks

with great views. In the beautiful kitchen is a large island bench, stainless steel appliances, and loads of storage and benchtop space. To the rear of the home is a shaded outdoor entertaining area with stone pizza oven, large 10.4m x 7.5m double roller door garage with workshop area plus mezzanine (3.7m x 7.5m) and garden/wood shed. All this is set on a 789sqm low-maintenance allotment. “Properties of this calibre rarely come up,” Landmark Harcourts sales agent Troy Goldsworthy says. “With more than enough room for the family to enjoy day in and day out, this would make an excellent place to call home; it also provides an abundance of room to

FEATURE PROPERTY Location: 17 Parsons Parade, Parsons Beach Price: $569,000-$589,000 Agent: Landmark Harcourts, RLA102485 Contact: Troy Goldsworthy, 8853 2255 or 0488 128 801 sleep many guests for a holiday home or holiday rental. “If you and the family feel like getting sand between your toes, building sandcastles or going swimming or fishing, there’s beach access close by, sure to be a welltravelled path for the lucky purchasers.” Inspection by appointment; phone Troy or contact him by email troy. goldsworthy@landmark harcourts.com.au.

The Pines 845 Corny Point Road

280m of private beach frontage Located 5km east of Corny Point, a great opportunity exists to secure your slice of paradise with a north-facing, 2-storey, 3-bedroom home set on 74 acres (approx.) with direct access to private beachfront. The house is situated at the ‘back’ or beach-end of the block thus giving total privacy and the ability for you to really relax and unwind at your own seaside getaway. Features spacious front balcony with sea views, the perfect spot for a barbecue

Bluff Beach 1 Edwards Street

Port Vincent 70 Main Street

and a few sunset drinks, open-plan kitchen/dine/living with large windows offers coastal views. This property is ideal to call home or your own private, holiday haven that the whole family can enjoy for years to come.

Secure your place in this tightly held seaside community. 3 bdrms, 2 bthrms, master suite, light-filled living areas, downstairs kitchen, 40’x24’ shed. Spacious front deck, take in the sea views and sunsets over the sheltered bay.

Immaculately presented modern 4-bdrm, 1-bthrm home with sea views. Rear deck for entertaining, overlooking beautiful est. garden. Enjoy the sea breeze streaming through the house on a warm summer evening.

Price $459,000 – view by appointment View landmarkharcourts.com.au/LMO2927

Price $649,000 - $689,000 – view by appointment View landmarkharcourts.com.au/LMO2935

Price $299,000 - $309,000 – view by appointment View landmarkharcourts.com.au/LMO2959

Troy Goldsworthy M 0488 128 801 P 8853 2255

Troy Goldsworthy M 0488 128 801 P 8853 2255

Troy Goldsworthy M 0488 128 801 P 8853 2255

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Yorketown 1305 Harry Butler Road

Minlaton 16 West Terrace

Parsons Beach 17 Parsons Parade

Centrally located to towns and beach, this 3-bdrm, 1-bthrm home has huge outdoor entertaining area, is set on 30 acres and has bitumen road frontage. Comprising 3 fenced paddocks, poultry yards, sheds, fully fenced.

You’ll struggle to find better value! 3-bdrm, 1-bthrm home in excellent condition, immaculately presented. Low-maintenance yard with outdoor area, boat/caravan storage, workshop and 2-car garage. Must inspect.

Price $385,000 – view by appointment View landmarkharcourts.com.au/LMO2965

Price $239,500 – view by appointment View landmarkharcourts.com.au/LMO2839

Troy Goldsworthy M 0488 128 801 P 8853 2255

Troy Goldsworthy M 0488 128 801 P 8853 2255

Landmark Harcourts Minlaton RLA102485

Landmark Harcourts Minlaton RLA102485

Spacious modern home with sea views Located in the quiet, friendly seaside community of Parsons Beach this 2008-built home incl. 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, is packed with features and showcases glorious sea and rural views. Features incl. master suite with ensuite and direct balcony access, large living area downstairs with kitchenette/bar area and sliding doors to backyard, shaded outdoor entertaining area with stone pizza oven, bathrooms on both levels, huge

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Choosing a local builder gives peace of mind

FRANKEBUILDING is a family-owned residential construction business, based in Kadina. Offering new homes, heritage restorations, additions, and bathroom and kitchen improvements as part of its service, the 29-year-old business comprises family members David Franke and Aaron Franke, and a school-based apprentice. With the motto “Family built constructions for families”, homes are built to the same excellence the Frankes would expect in their own. By contracting frankebuilding for your construction needs, you are tapping into a combined 42 years of experience, giving you a quality finish and peace of mind. David started in the industry as an apprentice at age 15, working for a family building company on southern YP. At the time, apprentices and

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tradesman needed to put their hands to most trades, including concrete, brickwork, plastering, carpentry, fibrous plastering, tiling and finishing. Aaron began his apprenticeship in 2009 after completing year 12, so he brings eight years of building experience. He’s studied Certificate IV in Carpentry and Construction, and has had the opportunity to put his hand to a variety of trades. The business’s school-based apprentice has experienced varied trades, from house set out and foundation pour to completed product. Throughout the building process, frankebuilding subcontracts only local trades, believing this gives it and its clients assurance should they ever require further assistance. “Our business plan is to only

build two or three residential homes, along with smaller constructions, per year,” David said. “While build times may be a little longer than other builders, we offset this by aiming for quality workmanship. “Also, by remaining lowvolume builders, you can be certain of having our full attention and comfort in the knowledge you will only deal with one person throughout your construction project. “We believe our costs are competitive compared with project/high volume builders.” David is happy to estimate your building cost, requiring a sketch plan of the project and building square metres only; call him on 0438 867 742. Frankebuilding currently has two turnkey homes for sale, at 24 Hughes Street, Wallaroo, and 54 Thomas Street, Newtown. They are featured on frankebuilding’s Facebook page; call David to arrange an inspection.

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Hand-in-hand quality, comfort A MODERN brick veneer home offering a relaxed lifestyle is on offer through LJ Hooker Port Vincent/ Ardrossan. “If you have been waiting for a rainy day, this property is your rainbow,” selling agent Len Easther said. “Big picture windows allow superlative sea views over Stansbury bay, township and jetty into your life every day of the week. “Superb indoor/outdoor entertaining facilities complement the spacious modern kitchen that overlooks the open-plan living area, incorporating lounge, meals

and alfresco dining.” The main bedroom is complete with ensuite and walk-in robe and stunning sea view. There’s a well-appointed study/home office off the entrance hall, and a double garage with workshop area under main roof, as well as outdoor parking for at least three vehicles. Immaculately kept, the easy-care, landscaped yard is fully fenced. If you enjoy the finer things in life, be prepared to be impressed, Len said. Inspection is by appointment.

FEATURE PROPERTY Address: 4 Seaview Court, Stansbury Price: $635,000-$645,000 Agent: LJ Hooker Port Vincent/Ardrossan, RLA1592 Contact: Len Easther, 8853 7018 or 0418 373 620

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Open: Saturday 30th and Sunday 31st December 3.45pm-4.15pm For Sale by expressions of interest closing 23-1-2018 (USP) Ardrossan/Port Len Easther 8837 3620; 0418 373 620

Open: Saturday 30th and Sunday 31st December 2pm-2.45pm For Sale by expressions of interest closing 23-1-2018 (USP) Ardrossan/Port Len Easther 8837 3620; 0418 373 620

Beachfront living at its best, for the privledged few. Two-storey beachhouse. Utilise now then re-clad and renovate. Upstairs living, downstairs storage and/or entertaining. Step directly onto the white sandy beach and enjoy.

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Modern 2-storey apartment with space. Excellent in and outdoor entertaining for family and friends. See your boat bobbing on its mooring from your deck or balcony. Watch the children playing and listen to the waves rolling onto the shore. Offered with quality furniture. Certainly a rare find. Lock-up and leave without the maintenance.

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Quality-built brick-veneer home with tiled roof and superb water/coastal views. Ground floor living/ entertaining. First floor has 3 double bedrooms with ensuite to main bdrm, plus views and access to balcony. Big picture windows, superb in and outdoor entertaining all overlooking the water’s edge. Three-bay garage under main roof, easy-care established yard.

Tranquil beachfront location Neat and tidy beachhouse, comfy retirement option. Plenty of entertaining areas both in and outdoor. Sun deck, games room, workshop, boat and car storage. The location says it all. Furnished.

Just immaculate Comfy 2-bdrm beachhouse/ retirement option. Plenty of entertaining areas. Modern kitchen overlooking open-plan living. Full-length seaside verandah. Drive-thru dble garage. Beach access. WIWO.

Family/retirement home Superbly located, distant sea views included. Quality brickveneer home with plenty of space, home office. Roller door garage UMR + detached shedding. Tranquil, rural setting in cul-de-sac. Vacant.

Inspection by appointment For Sale $760,000 Len Easther 8837 3620; 0418 373 620

Open: Sat 30th and Sun 31st 1.15pm-1.45pm For Sale $299,500 Len Easther 8837 3620

Open: Sat 30th and Sun 31st 12.30pm-1pm For Sale $299,500 Len Easther 8837 3620

Open: Sat 30th and Sun 31st 11am-11.30am For Sale $415,000 Len Easther 8837 3620

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WELL maintained, this gorgeous two-bedroom cottage is in the heart of Wallaroo. Built in 1880, the original part of the cottage exudes character, including the window shutters on the front windows and the little awning across the front door. Additional rooms of mixed construction have been added at various times to the back of the cottage. The guest bedroom at the front of the home has wall-to-wall built-in robes and yet still comfortably fits a queen size bed with two side tables and a chest of drawers. At the rear of the home, the master bedroom is also large with plenty of room for furniture. It has direct access to the two-way bathroom with separate shower and bath, as well as a glass sliding door which leads to the enclosed courtyard. The formal dining room, with working fireplace, has been the setting for many wonderful gatherings of family and

friends over the years. The living area is opposite the functional kitchen, which has an electric stove, large corner walk-in pantry and a handy meal bar. These rooms are kept at a comfortable temperature with a slow combustion heater and ceiling fan, as well as a reverse-cycle wall unit air-conditioner. There is evaporative airconditioning throughout the home and ceiling fans in the bedrooms and dining room. The large enclosed courtyard is the property’s hidden gem. It’s undercover and has a beautiful slate floor with raised garden beds, a water feature and a fantastic wooden table and chairs. Exit the courtyard and enter the low maintenance, paved backyard, featuring fruit trees in large pots and another outdoor setting under a shaded pergola. There are also two garden sheds, a small wood shed as well as an outdoor shower for after you’ve been to the beach.

FEATURE PROPERTY Location: 3 Thorne Street, Wallaroo Price: $219,000 Agent: Blights Real Estate Kadina, RLA110 Contact: Tiana Reinders, 0427 345 855

Down the left side of the house is a set of attractive wooden gates providing 10’ access to the paved driveway and long single carport. This will make a great holiday or rental property, or a fantastic permanent

home to downsize into, and it’s less than 400m from the main street’s shops, cafes, and Foodland. The vendor will consider a walk-in, walk-out option. Call sales agent Tiana Reinders to organise your private inspection.

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Glorious elevated bay views of Port Vincent FEATURE PROPERTY Location: 16 Correll Street; Lot 6 Alma Street, Port Vincent Auction: 11.30am January 27 on site, USP Agent: Yorke Peninsula Real Estate, RLA100637 Contact: Kym Stanitzki and Greg Dalton, 8853 2533

YORKE Peninsula Real Estate has recently listed a two-storey brick home and a vacant allotment with sensational views, according to Kym Stanitzki and Greg Dalton. The solid brick home was built for the current owner’s family in 1986 to exacting standards. The upper level offers a reception/reading room, well-appointed galley kitchen with adjoining dine/living room that opens to the balcony for summer entertaining. Also upstairs are four bedrooms, the main with walkthrough robe and ensuite, full bathroom and laundry. The lower level offers two high-clearance 10.76m x 4.2m garages, with room for the boat or caravan, which are accessed from the side street (Alma Street), games room with wet bar, and workshop with toilet. A single, high clearance garage

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under the main roof is accessed from Correll Street. The home is surrounded by attractive terraced colour gardens on an 868sqm allotment. A two-room brick building with its own bathroom provides further visitor accommodation or a studio. Price guide for the home (16 Correll Street) is $495,000 Adjoining the home on the eastern side is a substantial 1795sqm allotment with established park-like gardens. Mains water is connected and power passes the allotment. Price guide for the allotment (Lot 6 Alma Street) is $220,000. Council rates 2017-18: $2401.40 (the properties are currently rated together). Open inspections: 11am to noon, Sunday, January 7, and Saturday, January 13, or by appointment.

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Lots 30, 31, 32 and 33 Seaview Court

NEW & UNDER CONTRACT

$212,000 Solid stone cottage on a corner allotment One street from main street facilities on a large 1042sqm allotment, this home features high ceilings, polished floorboards and ornate fireplaces. Offering 3 bedrooms, L-shape fourth bedroom or games/study, large lounge with r/c a/c. Single garage. Re-roofed and painted throughout.

Yorketown

$255,000 The old grain store Historical stone shed, approx. 40m x 19m, originally used to store bagged grain before being loaded onto a clipper, situated on a large 2462sqm block with security fencing, high stone wall on the western side plus mains water and power. Potential residential or commercial use (STRC).

Hardwicke Bay

Lot 3 Melville Street

Stansbury

$259,000 Location, location! Only a short stroll to the beach this 4-bedroom home is located on a large block. Living area with s/s r/c a/c. Updated kitchen has ample storage plus dishwasher. Sep. dine area. Four generous size bdrms. Garage with concrete and power. Pack up, move in and appreciate this great house and the location.

$155,000-$170,000 Vacant land with sea views Glorious sea views from an elevated position. Prime easterly aspect with underground services including common effluent. No time limits to build. Subject to issue of titles. Great value land. Lot 30 – 554sqm, $155,000; Lot 31 – 578sqm, $160,000; Lot 33 – 603sqm, $165,000; Lot 32 – 677sqm, $170,000.

Yorketown

28 Brentwood Road

40-42 Warooka Road

$254,500

$245,000

$289,000

Absolute beachfront Step out the front door and feel the sand between your toes. Neat shack with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. Spacious open-plan. Air-conditioned lounge/dine/kitchen. Mains water and common effluent.

Solid brick home Featuring brick quoins and tiled roof. Built in 1986 with three double bedrooms, 1 bathroom, L-shape lounge, dining room plus galley kitchen, walk-in pantry and games room. Set on approx. 720sqm allotment with 6m x 6m garage.

Investment opportunity Large freestone home with attached commercial premises. Currently leased. Featuring 5 bedrooms, separate lounge and dine in kitchen. 1 bathroom and 3 toilets. Set on approx. 1400sqm allotment with 6m x 6m garage.

Port Victoria

10 Park Terrace

Affordable luxury Quality home with 9’ceilings, timber flooring, 2 pac kitchen and s/s appliances, ducted r/c a/c, master bdrm with WIR + ensuite, 2 bdrms with BIRs, 3-way family bthrm, 6.3x5m living room and large open-plan kitchen/dine. Rear deck for entertaining. Est. lawns gardens. Double garage and double carport.

Stansbury

3 Foreshore Road

$199,000 Big, big shed and big block – for sale or lease Approx. 80’ x 50’ x 16’ clearance Colorbond shed with access on each end. Shed incorporates 4 offices with kitchenette and bthrm plus mezzanine storage. BioCycle wastewater disposal system. Single phase power with 3-phase passing. 22,500L RWT. Land: 2325sqm. Great storage. Room to build a home (STCC).

$324,500

Maitland

8 Main Street

$275,000 Solid five-bedroom home very close to the beach Solid Mount Gambier stone home with sea views down the road. Lounge/dine/bar room with combustion heater, separate kitchen/ dine. 5 bdrms, 3 with BIRs, main with external access. Laundry with shower, separate toilet and bathroom. Ducted evaporative a/c. Double garage. Side undercover pergola facing the sea.

11 North Terrace

$194,000

All the staff at Yorke Peninsula Real Estate wish you and your family a safe and happy Christmas and a prosperous 2018.

All the hard work is done on this one! Beautifully kept 2-bdrm home. Open-plan kitchen/dine/living with gas heating and a/c. Bthrm, laundry, second toilet outside. Front and rear verandah. One-third of an acre. 20’x30’ shed with power and concrete, extra shed + high extension. 54,000L RWT, 1.9kW solar, landscaped and irrigated yard, vegie patch and chookyard.

We will be holding numerous open inspections over the Christmas period,

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SUMMER 2017

Summer gardening tips with Helen Sonny COOMBS JOURNALIST

SUMMER is the most difficult time of year to get your garden looking good; however, there a few things you can do to maximise its potential. Kadina’s Helen and Dean Rodda have been showing their one-acre property garden, which is split into five sections including a dam, for the past decade. Mrs Rodda said there are several things she does in summer to make sure her garden withstands the heat. “When pruning I make sure the ground is wet and then I put on mulch which is a cottage-blend of bark mainly,” she said. “I always put Sudden Impact down before putting mulch on so it works its way into the soil during summer. “What we work the hardest on during summer is to get a decent coating of mulch over the soil. “A lot of people use pea straw but I think that breaks down too quickly and birds cart it off.” Mrs Rodda said it’s difficult keeping your garden nice during summer, with most plants finished blooming at the end of spring “It’s about maintaining the garden, keeping it fresh by topping it up with water,” she said. “I plant petunias around my bushes and things like that in summer for colour, they don’t need a lot of water and they spread beautifully. “If there is anything I have looked after all winter, I will throw a cloth or a white sheet over the top of it if it’s going to be extreme (heat) to keep it from burning.” Watering during the early morning on days of high heat is important. “Usually you can get away with that one watering a week, either morning or late at night, but when it is severe you just have to do it,” she said. “You wouldn’t severely cut anything back too much when you know it’s going to be hot. “If the leaves of a plant have burned off in the middle of summer don’t pull them off because they will drop off when they are ready and might protect others underneath. “You won’t get your garden looking the best during the summer, which is why we always have open gardens during spring.”

Where are the first-time buyers in SA? DESPITE South Australia being the most accessible state for first-home buyers in Australia, only one in 10 properties bought are first-time purchases. A national report from Bankwest states first-time buyers in SA need the lowest deposit of anywhere in the country and correspondingly can save for it in the shortest time. SA first-time buyer couples require just $80,985 to purchase a median-priced house, on average, according to the report. This relatively low amount, compared with other states, means first-home buyers only need to save for 3.8 years on average. The national average is 4.6 years. “The average SA first-time buyers can save for a house in the state in under four years,” Bankwest general manager of personal and small business banking Donna Dalby said. “Despite this, SA has the second lowest proportion of first-time buyers in Australia – just 11.1 per cent in the year to June 2017. “A potential reason for such low firsttime buyer presence in the SA market is the fact people aged 25-34, a prime first-time buyer age bracket, have the second lowest wages nationwide.”

Rental affordability on downward spiral

SUMMER GARDENING... Kadina gardening enthusiast Helen Rodda says there are a few things you can do during summer to keep your garden looking good.

RENTAL affordability continues to decline in South Australia, according to the latest National Rental Affordability Index produced by National Shelter, SGS Economics and Planning and Community Sector Banking. For South Australia’s low-income earners, affordable housing options are few and far between, the index shows. “People living on low incomes in SA have no choice but to live in unaffordable housing and are a growing demographic across the country making it impossible for some people to afford the basic necessities of life. South Australians are really struggling to survive,” Shelter SA executive director Dr Alice Clark said. A lack of mixed density and mixed property types can be a cause of unaffordability in some suburbs but the most expensive feature of these homes is the location and the land, according to the index report.

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