16 October 2023

Soak up the coastal vibe in Thirroul in this four-bedroom cottage with everything on your doorstep

| Vanessa Hayden
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Escape to the coast with this seaside delight. Photos: McGrath Thirroul.

An original 1910 seaside cottage which has been lovingly maintained throughout its life is ready for its next owners.

Get ready to throw a towel over your shoulder, as you’ll be at the beach within minutes.

This four-bedroom/two-bathroom home at 7 McCauley Street has appeal galore with its character features including high ceilings, big rooms, stained glass windows and Baltic pine timber floorboards.

“This home has a really lovely feel to it,” said Vanessa Denison-Pender from McGrath Thirroul.

“It’s a gorgeous little property and you are close to all the action.

“You can walk to everything, the shops, pubs, schools, the Olympic pool and the patrolled beaches.”

Inside, there is 179 sqm of space and two separate living rooms as well as a spacious dining room. Two of the bedrooms lead out onto a sunroom.

Outside, you’ll find a child-friendly backyard complete with a cubby and a well established coastal style garden including a veggie patch.

You can drive right through to the rear yard or use the space to park a boat or caravan.

The outdoor deck has an undercover area and plenty of space for dining and family gatherings.

Vanessa said potential buyers were loving the location of the property.

“You can walk to everywhere, including the train station. There is a fast train to Sydney which is a big attraction. People looking to commute to Sydney could be there in about an hour and 10 minutes.”

Thirroul is well known for Anita’s Theatre which regularly stages big events.

“Thirroul is probably one of the most popular and biggest coastal villages before Stanwell Park,” said Vanessa.

“It’s a very sought-after suburb because it has a lot of infrastructure.

“It’s a vibrant village and has a lot of activity. It’s not one of the quiet seaside villages – there is always something going on and there is a lot more nightlife than some other places.”

If you drive an electric vehicle, you’re in luck – there’s an EV battery charger included! While you’re out and about walking around town your car can be loading up ready for your next road trip.

“There’s also scope for renovation if someone wanted to put their own stamp on it,” said Vanessa.

“The kitchen could be modernised and internally you could open up the area to the living or dining areas.”

Stay warm in winter and cool in summer with ducted heating and cooling throughout.

“This home has character, inside and out. Some of the traditional features are quite stunning.”

To find out more about 7 McCauley Street, Thirroul, contact Vanessa Denison-Pender at McGrath Thirroul on 0488 443 174.

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