8/9-11 Newbold Close

Sold $1,600,000

entertainers delight

what you will love...
convenience | serenity | renovations

Enjoying a peaceful setting in a highly desired beachside cul-de-sac, this semi-detached town home has been cleverly redesigned for functional family living and entertaining. Adjoining McCauley Park reserve, this home promises a lifestyle of enjoyment and convenience, being just moments stroll to both Thirroul and McCauley's beaches, village shops, cafes, schools plus Thirroul's express train station.

+ house like proportions with open flowing and light filled interiors
+ freshly redesigned, this home is ready for immediate enjoyment
+ new designer kitchen with breakfast bar and quality European appliances
+ indoors connect to a huge wrap around entertainers' courtyard
+ gate access opening to soccer grounds ideal for children or dogs
+ solar panels, ducted Eco heat/cooling system
+ double glazed windows along western side
+ full modern bathroom with separate bath and shower, extra powder room
+ all of what Thirroul has to offer is within easy walking distance
+ a lifestyle escapes just over one hour South of Sydney
+ council = $2,080 pa, water = $688 pa, strata = $826 pq
m + m = :)

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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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