St Peters home’s seven-figure sale price a top deal for both SA and its street

31A River Street, St Peters. Pic: realestate.com.au

The multimillion-dollar sale of a contemporary home in one exclusive inner-eastern suburb marks the top deal inked across South Australia last week.

Offered to the market for the first time since it was built almost a decade ago, the four-bedroom St Peters property at 31A River Street fetched $2.1 million.

According to CoreLogic data, it was the highest sale recorded across the state last week.

The deal also makes it one of the top sales recorded in its street, behind number No. 10 and No. 29, which property records show both sold in January for $2.165 million and $2.75 million respectively.

31A River Street, St Peters. Pic: realestate.com.au

31A River Street, St Peters. Pic: realestate.com.au

31A River Street, St Peters. Pic: realestate.com.au

Selling agent Brandon Pilgrim, of Ray White Norwood, said a family bought the home, which attracted a lot of attention while it was on the market.

“It had a lot of people through it,” said Mr Pilgrim, who sold the property with Damien Fong.

“We ended up having not far off of 200 groups through in total.”

He said a combination of factors appealed to househunters, including the property’s 757sqm block that is tucked behind another home on the street.

“It’s a nice big, high quality home and its location being in St Peters is backing onto Linear Park,” he said.

The modern home has four bedrooms and three bathrooms that span two levels, which are serviced by a lift.

31A River Street, St Peters. Pic: realestate.com.au

31A River Street, St Peters. Pic: realestate.com.au

31A River Street, St Peters. Pic: realestate.com.au

The main living areas downstairs open seamlessly outside to an alfresco area, while an additional lounge room upstairs opens onto a balcony that overlooks Linear Park.

A corner spa in the shared upstairs bathroom, a double garage, two built-in safes and a monitored alarm system are among its highlights.

Mr Pilgrim said the vendors, who had owned the property since it was built in 2012, decided to sell it so they could downsize.

It sold within its advertised price range, he said.





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