Warren Tredrea lists his luxurious Henley Beach home
It’s been a sanctuary and treasured home for Warren Tredrea and his family for almost four years.
But now, the Power legend and The Advertiser columnist is saying goodbye to his Henley Beach home, which could prove the ultimate memorabilia for footy fans.
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The luxurious residence, at 4 Lawrie St, is set in one of Henley Beach’s most desirable locations, just minutes from Henley Square. It has been listed for $1.1 million by Harris Real Estate.
“I have loved every minute of living in Henley Beach. It’s a wonderful house to entertain in and is very private and secure,” Tredrea said.
“It’s a super modern, low-maintenance home with a fully automated security system with cameras. It could suit someone downsizing or a young family wanting to purchase their first home.”
Selling agent Danielle Pope said the property had attracted strong interest and could potentially attract keen Port Adelaide fans.
“You can see what’s currently available in Henley Beach, it’s very tightly-held,” she said.
“We expect to see families interested in the St Michael’s College and Henley High zone there, also people looking to downsize and wanting to be closer to the beach.”
Ms Pope said the home had a chic interior to match the streamline design.
“The real highlights of the property are the hi-tech fittings and fixtures and the fact it has three separate living spaces,” she said.
“They really went with a modern feel to complement the builder’s finishes. It’s a well thought-out floor plan.”
The home offers three bedrooms, a retreat, a study, two bathrooms, a powder room and an open-plan kitchen, living and dining area, with access to a stunning entertaining alfresco area.
Ms Pope said the property was bound to be popular, especially going into the warmer weather.
“You’re walking distance to Henley Square, you’ve got your coffee shops and restaurants,” she said.
“It’s definitely an attraction point, especially at this time of the year.”