The SpaceSee and hear the sea here at White Cedars.
Situated 200m from the cliff tops at Sellicks Beach- the southern most stretch of Adelaide's suburban beachside- this light, airy, two-storey home is found in what was once the original settlement of Sellicks Beach.
We produce our own electricity, hot water and, for most of the year, run on collected rainwater.
The home sleeps 8 adults in four bedrooms, added to which are 2 living areas, 2 bathrooms and 3 showers.
(Please refer to 'Other things to note' for booking guidelines).
Upstairs a generous, well-equipped kitchen with stone bench tops overlooks a large, light-filled living area, taking best advantage of the views, over treetops and out to sea.
Quality furnishings; a generous L-shaped KING leather lounge and solid timber JAPHY dining table, add to the comfort and ease in this upstairs dining-lounge space.
A gas BBQ on the upstairs decking alongside the kitchen, provides an easy alternative for outdoor cooking and dining.
Downstairs, a generous space with polished concrete floors, includes a second relaxed lounge area, three double bedrooms, a modern bathroom with a freestanding bath and a separate toilet.
An expansive, decked balcony with separate access from dining, lounge and master bedroom surrounds the upstairs living areas.
Ground level decking provides another space for retreat overlooking the lawn and orchard.
Louvre-windows, ceiling fans in all lounges and bedrooms, reverse cycle air conditioning and underfloor heating in winter are aimed at creating all year round comfort.
We have an eco-friendly place with solar hot water, solar electricity generation and double glazing as well as a north-facing living area which shades from summer sun and allows winter sunshine in. Bamboo flooring.
Rainwater is used for most of the year, which is then recycled onto the garden.
Lawns surrounding the deck are cooling in summer.
Several big trees give a relaxed feel. From this oasis of lawn, shade and an orchard, exit into a back lane where young ones might ride bikes or enjoy a hit of cricket. Or tuck the boogie boards under your arms and stroll straight down the lane to the beach.
TV/ DVD player
Sound system with bluetooth connectivity
Pod Coffee machine
Automatic washing machine
900mm stove and oven
Master Bedroom: Queen bed, built in wardrobes, balcony access. Ensuite bathroom/toilet.
Bedroom 2: double bed, chest of drawers.
Bedroom 3: double bed, chest of drawers.
Bedroom 4: 2 single beds plus storage.
All beds have pillows, sheets and covered doonas.
Bathroom with modern free-standing bath as well as generous shower.
Separate downstairs toilet.
NB No internet Guest AccessThe house is available apart from two small locked storage areas. Interaction with GuestsDuring your stay we are easily contacted by phone should there be any problems or questions. We are more than happy to chat about the local scene and where to find good coffee. The NeighborhoodSellicks Beach is a remote small town, increasing popular for holidays. Great country feel. Excellent access to many Southern Vales wineries and the whole Fleurieu Peninsula. And, of course, the beautiful beach. Getting AroundOn a suburban bus route, but a long way from the city, this has the best of both.
A car is really required for travelling around and seeing the area, but the bus stops out the front. Other Things to NoteBooking Info:
Minimum 3 night stay excluding December to January holiday break where there is a minimum stay of 7 nights until school goes back at which point the minimum stay again becomes applicable.
NB No internet.
Nearby..... worth a read:
A short 200m walk down adjacent lane to the sea and a General Store; good fish, chips and hamburgers and basic groceries.
5 min drive away to very reliable dining at the Victory Hotel, with an excellent wine list. Be sure to book.
10 min drive to Old Coach Road: Aldinga Bakery and nearby emerging strip with very good cafes and Miss Gladys On Sea.
Head down Port Rd (off Old Coach Rd) to Star of Greece restaurant and the rugged coastline at Pt Willunga.
Supermarkets are also 10-15 minutes drive away in the more recently established reaches of Aldinga Beach.
Southern Vales wineries are all within easy reach.
For overseas and interstate visitors, Sellicks Beach is on the road to Kangaroo Island - less than an hour from the ferry.