11 Harbord Street
what you will love...
lifestyle | location | elegant | light filled
Positioned in one of Thirroul's most sought after locations, ideally situated between landmark beaches and the Village full of cafes and restaurants. Built in 1917 with recent cleverly designed large extension, and steeped in local history, this home is both elegant and memorable. Immaculately maintained and soaked in natural light with views of the ocean at your front door.**To register for priority viewing contact the agent via phone or email to ensure you can view the property without delays.
+ blue-chip position minutes to Thirroul beach, shops and transport
+ over 700sqm of level land with a sought after north-facing rear yard
+ generously proportioned with formal/informal living areas flowing to the yard
+ full brick construction with high 10 foot ceilings, original period detailing
+ second-floor living space or parents retreat overlooking private yard
+ fireplace, solar panels, blackbutt flooring, heat recovery ventilation system
+ double sized bedrooms all featuring built-in wardrobes
+ single garage and carport accommodation
+ amazing opportunity to acquire a property in this tightly held position
+ council = $3440 pa, water = $688 pa, land size = 714 sqm
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Thirroul, best known for its pristine beaches is a small village like suburb on the northern end of the Illawarra. Popular, due to the express train station and surrounded by Bulli to the south and Austinmer to the north. The village is split by the rail with a mix of...Discover More