Pure Lifestyle

Nestled in a picturesque setting, this beautiful development block is the perfect ‘sea-change’ you have been dreaming of. A secret hideaway set well off the street enjoys a position that is breathtakingly close to the ocean but well away from the roads and the holiday traffic.

Located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, with only one adjoining neighbor and direct access to McCauley Beach, this is one of Thirroul’s most significant addresses. 

The property is completely unique, surrounded by nature reserve and a natural watercourse along its’ western and southern boundaries. There is privacy and seclusion among the tranquil surrounds of the reserve, with beautiful birdlife frequently visiting your own private sanctuary.

Currently an old brick veneer dwelling occupies the site. A spectacular new home has been designed to fully embrace the coastal lifestyle and blend in with the beautiful native surrounds. You will enjoy uninterrupted and unlikely to be built up scenic views from all your windows and balconies, of the beach and the coast to the east and south, and of escarpment to the west.

The plans are smart and council approved, so much of the hard work is already complete without the risk, delays and the hassle to the lucky buyer.

You can watch the kids surfing or playing on the beach from your balcony, or check the surf before you make a dip. Just throw your towel over your shoulder, or grab your surfboard and stroll down on the spur of the moment.

Everything you need for your perfect family lifestyle is here: McCauley Beach at your doorstep, fully patrolled Thirroul Beach & SLSC, Olympic size pool, kids’ playpark, cycleway, and easy stroll to all local amenities and transport.

With land in Thirroul becoming scarce and increasingly sought after, this is without doubt, one of the finest locations to build your dream home, popular with locals for its’ exclusive setting, prime surfing and laid back lifestyle.

Commuting to Sydney is easy by rail or road, with express train to CBD taking just over an hour. What more do you need?

Inspection is by prior arrangement. All documentation detailing the council approved DA, permits, relevant reports and house plans are available on request.


·         Land size: 1258m2

·         Zone: R2 – Low Density Residential

·         Aboriginal Heritage Impact Permit (AHIP) C0003324 has been issued by the Office of Environment & Heritage (OEH) subject to conditions

·         First time offered for sale



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About Thirroul (for the Internet)

Thirroul is a heritage township, well known for its beautiful sandy beaches, art galleries, boutiques, fabulous eateries and entertainment. In recent years the township has become a favourite destination for prestige home seekers and tourists alike.

Thirroul has two surfing beaches, Thirroul Beach and McCauley beach, as well as Olympic size swimming pool, Surf Life Saving Club, state of the art kids’ playpark, tennis courts and soccer field.

Thirroul Bowling Club is popular with locals and offers good food and entertainment.

There are two public schools offering after school childcare facilities, dance & music studios, and various community groups.  

As a focal point in Thirroul there is proudly presented and beautifully restored Anita’s Theatre, providing entertainment for all tastes, from music concerts, to cinema shows and ballroom dancing. It is well used by the locals and visitors alike.

The new state of the art library and community centre has recently been opened, providing a focal point for the local community.

Thirroul train station offers express service for commuters to Sydney, with around an hour trip to Sydney CDB.

Every year the town hosts Thirroul Seaside & Arts festival, the family festival of visual and performing arts. It falls on the last weekend before Easter, transforming the streets and parks into an array of colourful stalls displaying art and goods, as well as live entertainment. 


Land Size: 1258m2

Zoning: R2 - Low Density Residential



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0414 539 699

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