17 Newbold Close

Sold $1,915,000

1,151sqm adjoining Thomas Gibson Park

what you will loveā€¦
location | size | aspect | lifestyle

Directly bordering Thomas Gibson Park, this sprawling single level home is nestled on a 1,151sqm allotment in a quiet beachside cul-de-sac. Positioned perfectly for lifestyle and convenience, you will find yourself only minutes to Thirroul Village, train station and stunning beaches.

+ unique and spacious floor plan offers versatile living options
+ you will enjoy multiple living areas that offer peace and privacy
+ picture windows frame gorgeous views to the park and escarpment
+ contemporary stone kitchen fitted with quality appliances
+ two master bedrooms both with ensuites and walk-in wardrobes
+ opportunity to create self-contained living quarters
+ entertain friends and family on the centrally located patio
+ features a private plunge pool with a beautiful leafy backdrop
+ oversized double lock-up garage with rear-drive through access
+ comfortable home ideal for families or those wanting no stairs
+ sensational lifestyle within footsteps of everything Thirroul offers
+ council = $3,239 pa, water = $688 pa, land size = 1,151sqm
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About Thirroul

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...

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