Hidden from the passing world, in your own private gully that features the same calm and green serenity usually reserved for the Adelaide Hills - it is hard to believe that this four-bedroom, two-bathroom home is just 300m from the lapping blue waters of the Boston Bay shore.
Combing the best of two very different worlds, the tightly-held home takes the place of the Old Port Lincoln Dairy, right on the doorstep of what locals affectionately call the 'The Oasis'.
Built in the 1940s, updated periodically along the way and pieced together by a flexible floorplan of multiple internal living zones, the family equation is complete for a home with space-saving shedding and an alfresco pavilion with just under a jaw-dropping 100sqm of room to entertain.
Catch your own squid and cook it just minutes later in the kitchen which features Blackwood timber cabinetry, Smeg appliances and prime position amongst the three internal living spaces - four if you include the sunroom with a green outlook, perfect for a Sunday afternoon with a glass of red and a good book.
With just under 70sqm of floor space, a loft above and a combustion fire, the three-car shed is just a dartboard away from being the 'man cave' you crave - or it is simply a must-have for families with a boat, caravan or project car.
Such a functional home in a fairytale setting is a fitting place for a wedding garden party - not to mention weekend backyard camping adventures, stories and marshmallows by the fire pit, chance meetings with the resident koala and epic games of cricket. Magic.