Enfield Building Inspections
Entering the housing market can be an immensely difficult time. Affordability and location are two major considerations for anyone that is looking to make the biggest investment of their life. One of the biggest advantages of Enfield is that it ticks both of these boxes.
The suburb is only a ten-minute drive from the city centre and has a median housing price of $410,000, which means it is a viable option for a first-time buyer. If you are making this leap, it is worthwhile ensuring you are going to get a good return on your investment. A pre-purchase building inspection will help you to understand any minor or major defects of the home and better prepare you for negotiating a price.
A Youthful Demographic
Due to its proximity to one of Adelaide’s major tertiary institutions, Enfield’s most populous demographic is independent youth. As a result, this can be cause for concern when buying a house. Youthful tenants may not be the most responsible inhabitants of a house, which means there is a risk of the property’s maintenance being neglected. If a home has experienced dilapidation, Detail Building Inspections will provide you with a thorough understanding of the problem and what the next step should be to rectify the issue. A report from Detail Building Inspections puts you in a more knowledgeable and advantageous position when either buying or selling.
Enfield’s proximity to the city centre is a major drawcard for anyone looking to call this suburb home. However, the tertiary institution in nearby Regency Park is also a huge advantage for people looking to grow into young professionals. As a result, Enfield is a viable destination for renters, making its affordability even more important; a two-bedroom home can be yours for only $283 per week (on average).
Picture a collection of close to fifty tenancies sitting on roughly 17 hectares. That can mean only one thing; there is an incredible amount of shopping for you to do in this place! Enfield is only a stone’s throw from South Australia’s largest homemakers centre, making it a certain destination for anyone living in this area. Sport & Leisure, Décor & Homeware, Electrical, Furniture, Flooring & Lighting — you won’t know where to begin, but you will undoubtedly find what you need.
Main North Road and Prospect Road are home to some of Adelaide’s most incredible ethnic eateries. The authenticity is through the roof, meaning you can immerse yourself in the culture and flavour of numerous cuisines around the world. Whether it is for dine-in or takeaway, the options around Enfield will make your mouth water.
A Great Movie Experience
Most people can remember watching a film at the drive-in at some stage in their lives. It is such a different experience to a cinema or lounge room and a fun idea for a date or a night with the kids. The drive-in at Gepps Cross allows the people of Enfield to have this experience whenever they wish.