The market is still very active even as we enter into the colder weather. Here are a few properties we have recently photographed which have their own charm and different practical aspects. This home is relatively new and is within walking distance to Marion shopping centre. With a small, easy to maintain yard this could easily accommodate a small family or couple. Close to Brighton beach too. On sale with Ray White.
To have a closer look: http://www.realestate.com.au/property-house-sa-seacombe+gardens-116616379
Very cute home in Belair with the most gorgeous outlook off the balcony and out your main living area. I was quite disappointed that we missed out on getting the opportunity to photograph a beautiful sunset with this one. I am sure on a less drizzly day, it would be spectacular to sit on the balcony and watch the sun go down at this home. Check it out at: http://www.realestate.com.au/property-house-sa-belair-116670895
Beautifully maintained townhouse in Wattle Street, Fullarton. A rental property that is now for sale in one of the most beautiful streets in Adelaide. Opposite the Wattle Street Pop Up market that was on this weekend. If you need to downsize or looking to enter the market into one of the most lovely spots in Adelaide then you should check it out.
Recently I had another great experience photographing three of Retire Australia's Retirement Villages in the suburbs of Adelaide. These included the Torrens Grove Retirement Village, the Magill Retirement Village and the Wisteria Grove Retirement Villages. Such beautiful gardens surround each village, especially at this time of year. I was definitely spoilt for choice when it came to photographing around the village grounds. Another big thank you goes out to the residents, especially at Torrens Grove and Wisteria Grove for happily posing and being patient with the photographer. It always makes it extra special to have some happy retired folk popping into shot or just willing to carry on playing cards, billiards or chatting in the background. Will pop up links once the photos are on their website. However if you want to have a look at some of the villages available here's a link: