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The Seaside Villa at Thirroul

$1,700.00 weekly
(fees & conditions may apply)
 Sleeps: 6  Beds: 3
 Bathrooms: 1  Car spaces: 0

About the property

Located only a 2 minute walk to the beach, a sleep eyed walk across the road for coffee or an easy 8 minute walk to the centre of town this property is in the prime location to soak up the beach and coastal life at its best. Comfortably and stylishly sleeping six this homeoffers the chance to have a beach holiday without breaking the bank.

  • The incredible accessibility of the beach, bike track, parklands and Thirroul village
  • The smart layout of living downstairs and sleeping upstairs
  • The green views from four balconies - every member of the family can have their own deck
  • Parking the car and walking everywhere
  • The relaxed feel of the property with the smell of the salt and the sound of the waves ever present
An unbeatable location this property sits on the corner of Lawrence Hargrave Drive and Henley Road just cross the road and within 2 minutes you are at a beautiful stretch of beach. Asweet spot between Thirroul and Austinmer you could well have the beach all to yourself.
If coffee and people watching are more your thing saunter across Henley Road to Bread and Espresso a hipster cafe where interesting people gather for good coffee, warm Almond croissants and freshly baked Coal coast bread. Walk into town for some fine dining or to pick up all the makings of a fancy BBQ with a great fish monger, fruit and vegetable shop and an excellent cellar.
If you just want to get away from the stress of traffic this is the perfect place to park the car and then bury the keys in your suitcase until its time to leave. If adventure calls head north for the Sea Cliff Bridge and the Royal National Park or south to the city delights of Wollongong. Discover more about Thirroul here.
A peaceful place to getaway and reconnect with the ocean you can easily spend your whole day on the beach popping home for refreshments and then head straight back.
King x 1. Queen x 1. Single x 1. Trundle x 1.

Master Bedroom Features a sumptuous king size bed, dressing table and TV. It opens onto a private palm view balcony
Bedroom Two Features a queen bed and opens onto a side balcony
Bedroom Three Features a single bed and a trundle

The upstairs bathroom features a separate bath, shower, vanity and toilet and downstairs there is an extra toilet.

The open plan living room has a balcony with a lovely view of the creek next door and opens onto the dining room which comfortably seats 6. The lounge room features a big screen TV, DVD and some interesting books. The downstairs level is air conditioned for your comfort.

The galley stylekitchen features a four burner gas stove, oven and microwave. You will have everything you need to put together a fancy meal or simply serve sausages sizzling from the BBQ.

The property features four balconies two on the downstairs level and two upstairs so that every member of the family can settle down with a book, a cuppa or a glass of wine to see out the day. The balcony off the lounge has a BBQ and outdoor seating.

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About Thirroul

Retail, salt water and caffeine therapy

Frequented by painters, poets and writers Thirroul is famous for inspiring D H Lawrence’s Kangaroo which was written during his stay in the town. It is also infamous for being the place Brett Whitely met his end. Whitely apparently came to Thirroul in search of a landscape on edge delicately held between the mountains and the sea.

Nowadays Thirroul village is the hub of the northern suburbs, buzzing with activity you will find a plethora of cafes, restaurants, boutiques and homewares to get your fill of retail therapy. If salt water cures are more your thing you can dip in the cool waves of Thirroul beach or opt for laps of the Olympic sized ocean pool.

The kids are very well looked after with one of the best playgrounds on the coast complete with flying fox, scooter track and a ropes mountain.

Fine dining is well catered for with the iconic Samuels and The Postmaster’s Quarter (located within the original post office) while coffee flows from every street corner. All your donut needs are covered by el Jacksons café. For wholesome delicious fare Honest Dons on McCauley Street is a must visit. Beans Talk is a great place to gather for bigger groups and offers delicious sandwiches.