Sold on 12th of August 2023

35 Thomas Street Seacliff Park SA 5049

5 Bed
3 Bath
4 Car
880m2 Land
Sold $1,690,000
Property Features
  • 4 Parking Spaces
  • Land size: 880 m²
  • 4 Car Garage
  • Remote Garage
  • Secure Parking
  • Study
  • Built In Robes
  • Balcony
  • Outdoor Entertaining
  • Ducted Cooling
  • 3 Phase Power
  • Area Views
  • Car Parking - Basement
  • Car Parking - Surface
  • City Views


  • Water Rates $266.08 per quarter
  • Council Rates $2507.45 per year
  • Other Outgoings $239.00 per year

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Sold by John Lewis & Nick van Vliet

Another huge auction resulting in a suburb record price. For all your property advice contact John or Nick.

A 1950s home stripped so far back that only three of its original walls remain; ‘Vista House’ is a reincarnation worthy not only of its deeply-rooted mid-century origins, but also its elevated outlook along Adelaide’s coastline, revealing those burnt orange sunsets and rolling storms in a way that only Seacliff Park knows.

It’s one thing to own that view. It’s another thing entirely to capture it from a two-level home that salutes ‘Palm Springs’ with the perfect dash of restraint and passively self-regulates its comfort levels using the very concrete, stone, timber, steel and light-grabbing glass that defines its timeless aesthetic.

Its creators: Keen Construct, architect Damien Chwalisz and interior designer Fabrikate. Their canvas: a deep parcel that retains vastly improved versions of its original pool and a separate studio now self-contained and ready to appease your independence-craving teenager or overnight guests.

Whether it’s the reclaimed ‘Ramin’ timber cladding, American Oak joinery, travertine crazy pave or the steel-sculptured staircase that’s as much a work of art as it is a functioning piece; a home that stands just a short walk from the beach draws its inspiration not only from another era, but far and wide.

– Architecturally designed and expertly built from the ground up, over two years
– Metres from a native gully/nature reserve with abundant wildlife, walking trail and the sense you’ve escaped suburbia entirely
– Passive design utilises a northern orientation to efficiently regulate temperature, all year round
– Astutely designed to give a growing family flexibility in their day-to-day living, featuring multiple living zones, up to four bedrooms and a study
– Fully-fledged self-contained studio with kitchen, living zone, bathroom and bedroom
– Fully landscaped and retained parcel with heated pool/spa, built-in trampoline, cubby house and play equipment
– Burnished concrete floors under 3.1m-high ceilings to free-flowing lower level
– Carport, commercial-grade undercroft lock-up garage, workshop and off-street parking for multiple cars, boats and caravans. You can fit them all.
– 1950s-inspired open-plan kitchen with inlayed ‘Yukon’ Silestone tops, American Oak cabinetry, walk-in pantry, Euro appliances and a central island
– Modernist-inspired bathrooms – including master’s ensuite – featuring Japanese tiles
– Powerful 13KW solar system with 10KW inverter for heavily reduced energy bills
– Instantaneous gas hot water
– Expansive coast-facing terrace with polished concrete underfoot
– Evaporative cooling and cosy combustion fireplace with concrete hearth
– Established gardens with native/coastal water wise plantings
– Under-house storage, perfect for tradies
– Triple filtered water and 20KL rainwater plumbed to home
– Double glazed windows, strategic overhanging eaves, concrete thermal mass, ventilation and passive design elements only enhance its energy-efficient ways

From burnished concrete floors to sand between your toes in just five minutes, the very ocean that forms the home’s changing backdrop is just one of the many enviable lifestyle perks that come naturally to this special home on the high side of Seacliff Park’s most sought-after street. ‘Vista House’ is all you’ve ever wanted, exactly where you wanted it.

RLA 275403


Nick van Vliet

Nick van Vliet

Real Estate Agent & Auctioneer

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