• 2 Bed
  • 1 Bath

7/52 Parsons Street, Port Vincent

Sea glimpses and only one street to beach

Great position brick veneer 2 bedroom unit situated in a group of 8. Updated kitchen/dine/living with R/C A/C. Combined bathroom/laundry with updated vanity and storage cupboard. Private covered rear patio, large lawned area. Plenty of parking. Great holiday option. more
  • 3 Bed
  • 1 Bath

209 Moores Drive, Hardwicke Bay

Holiday retreat with seaviews

Sit back and relax on the huge undercover balcony and gaze over the bay. Upstairs consisted of a large master bedroom and lounge room. Downstairs - a modern kitchen, open plan dining room, 2 large bedrooms, bathroom with separate toilet then out to the undercover bbq area. Rainwater tanks, single... more
  • 3 Bed
  • 3 Bath

181 & 182 Ketch Street, Port Victoria

3 Bed/3 Bath Townhouses x 2 - Lovely Seaviews

Why build? These well built townhouses have just been completed in October 2014. You can just move right in. Mirror image - downstairs – front decking, main bedroom with WIR and ensuite. Bedroom two and bathroom. Family room which opens out to back undercover decking. Upstairs – bedroom three,... more
  • 2 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 2 Car

10 Souttar Terrace, Hardwicke Bay

Just a short walk to the beach

This elevated home features a west facing balcony making the most of the sea glimpses. Set amongst native and sandalwood trees on a 714m2 approx. block this quiet retreat boasts an updated kitchen with island bench - large open plan lounge dine that opens out to the balcony. 2 brms with BIRs below... more
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 5 Car

9 Gweneth Court, Port Vincent

Immaculate 2 storey - Built for entertaining

Simply move in and relax - double brick timber framed 2 storey 3 double bedrooms 2 with BIR. Large kitchen/dine with ample storage. 2 bathrooms and 2 separate toilets. Rolla shutters, R/C A/C, north and south facing balconies that feature rural and sea views. Carport and Double garage with... 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.