Hallett Cove Real Estate with McGrath Real Estate. Image: Hallett Cove Conservation Park by Steve Davis of The Adelaide Show PodcastWith its beautiful scenery and well-developed infrastructure, it’s not surprising that Hallett Cove real estate on the southern Adelaide coast makes a great place for families to live.

Properties for sale in Hallett Cove over the past 12 months received almost 10 per cent more visits on average than properties in South Australia as a whole.

Furthermore, RealEstate.com.au data also reveals median house prices in Hallett Cove have been on a gradual upward trend since 2008, apart from slight dips in 2009 and 2013.

Divide and conquer: Expanding opportunites in Hallett Cove real estate

With new subdivisions being opened up over the past few years, it is still possible to buy land in Hallett Cove with those sought-after water views.

Ten Hallett Cove luxury waterfront homes sold for more than $1M over the past four years, yet median house prices remain within the reach of ordinary families.

The Hallett Cove Shopping Centre, which includes Woolworths, Big W, ALDI, Foodland and 80 specialty stores, was redeveloped and expanded in 2009 to cater for the region’s population.

The shopping centre redevelopment was facilitated by construction of the important Papta Drive connector road directly linking Hallett Cove, Sheidow Park and Trott Park, which greatly reduced travel for locals.

As well as good schools, Hallett Cove offers plenty of recreation options for families both young and old, including the new Glade Crescent Reserve Playground.

Live in Hallett Cove? Get outside and enjoy the surroundings

Close to the shopping centre, the Glade Crescent playground is well-equipped with a barbecue area with shaded tables and benches; toilets; a flying fox and climbing wall; a sandpit, swings and slides; and a natural exploring area.

Home to spectacular rock formations and more than 150 species of native plants, as well as a popular swimming beach, the Hallett Cove Conservation Park hosts a number of science walks with paleontologists and has suggestions for family activities year round.

Fantastic new wetlands have also been developed in Hallett Cove, including walking paths, picnic huts and abundant birdlife.

Seek out your Hallett Cove real estate agent today

So, if you’re looking to make a lifestyle move to Hallett Cove, we are the real estate agency with the local knowledge to help find you the perfect home.

And if you’re already living in Hallett Cove and looking to upgrade, contact us to discuss our strategy for getting you the best price for your existing home.


Image: Hallett Cove Conservation Park by Steve Davis of The Adelaide Show Podcast.
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