There is never a dull moment when you live in North Adelaide. You can experience the hustle and bustle of inner city living as well as gorgeous park views, often without walking more than 15 minutes from your own home.
The area is also seeing exciting new developments as a result of high profile AFL matches being played at the recently revamped Adelaide Oval.
Russ Hillier, manager of the 164-year-old Cathedral Hotel, has told the City Messenger that a multi-million-dollar redevelopment is well underway, and the beautiful upstairs area will be open to the public for the first time in 20 years. Overall, this is the first major renovation since the 1970s, making it a very exciting new venture.
They will also see their capacity almost double, from roughly 320 to 590 people.
Mr Hillier said the property has seen a marked increase in people visiting the venue since AFL returned to the Adelaide Oval, noting that they now often get lines stretching out the door for people wanting to dine or drink.
The heritage venue is an important landmark for culture in North Adelaide, and this improvement promises to make the area even more attractive for people.
RP Data statistics show that price growth for property in North Adelaide has slowed in the last three years, but the overall values for Adelaide continue to increase.
With developments like the Cathedral Hotel soon to be completed, North Adelaide is becoming more and more of a central hub for anyone wanting to feel close to the heart and soul of the city.
With a wide range of properties available on the market, the team at Ray White Adelaide is always open to any queries you might have about homes in the area. You could take advantage of softened prices and either rent out property as an investment piece or live in it yourself and enjoy the bubbling surroundings.