Bachelor builds an impressive men’s cave that is DRAMATICALLY better than the rest of his Waikerie home
Bachelor builds impressive men’s cave, complete with a wooden bar that is VERY different from the rest of his home – and the entire property retails for just $ 190,000
- Craig Radloff sells his house with an incredible man cave in the rear garage
- Mr. Radloff renovated the garage in 2008 together with the kitchen and bathroom
- The men’s cave has a stocked wooden bar, checkered floor and corrugated walls
- Sales agent Wayne Kleemann said that the chic man cave attracts buyers’ attention
An entertainer sells his modest three-bedroom home with an impressive men’s cave, the highlight of the property.
Craig Radloff offers his home for sale in Waikerie in South Australia’s river country, where an incredible male cave is hidden in his garage.
Mr. Radloff bought the property in 2008 and renovated the garage in an extensive renovation of the house with a new kitchen, bathroom, carpet and a new paint.
Craig Radloff offers his home for sale in Waikerie in South Australia’s river country, with an incredible men’s cave
Mr Radloff renovated the impressive men’s cave from his one-car garage in 2008 with a bar, vintage wooden chairs and an oven
“The original idea was just to add an extra entertainment space,” he said RealEstate.com.au. “I was going to expand the house or see what I had.”
Mr Radloff transformed the one-car garage into an impressive retreat with a well-stocked wooden bar, checkered floor and corrugated walls.
He got the bar from a colleague who fits perfectly in the setting and features vintage wooden chairs, a dart board, an oven, a fridge and a TV.
“It made it a lot easier to hang out with friends,” said Mr. Radloff.
The men’s cave is the standout feature of Mr. Radloff’s modest three-bedroom home, which is listed for $ 189,500 and includes a new kitchen, bathroom, carpet and a repaint
It is a hesitant sale for Mr. Radloff, who only sells the property while moving with his job.
The house is listed for $ 189,500, with Elders Riverland sales agent Wayne Kleemann saying potential buyers love the men’s cave.
“The man’s den is certainly an element that gets people’s attention,” he said.
Mr. Kleemann said that the home offers great potential for the buyer to transform the home into his property.
Elders Riverland sales agent Wayne Kleemann said the house offers great potential for the buyer to transform the property