• 69 Highland Crescent, Thirlmere
  • 69 Highland Crescent, Thirlmere

This registered block of land in the new Thirlmere land release is perfect for that new home, you’ve been looking for.

Positioned among brand new homes being built, you could consider an investment opportunity to build and perhaps take full advantage of any depreciation schedule* or simply build and move in.

Level, registered building block
All amenities available, incl. NBN, natural gas, town water and sewer
Within the Sydney South West region growth corridor
Surrounded by some brand new homes
Doorstep to the famous Steam Train Museum and annual Festival
Only 950m to the local IGA supermarket, Newsagent, Post office, park, cafe and other shops
Clean sheet of paper – make it your own!
In a growing township, Thirlmere is a key part of the local Council’s 20- year growth strategy. Available now, feel free to call and discuss and we’d love to show you around. Call Peter 02 4656 1929.

The villages of Thirlmere, Buxton, Balmoral and surrounds retain the tranquillity of small country towns. The region’s farms and villages, natural attractions and vast wilderness areas are a haven for nature-loving visitors.

Discover ever-popular Thirlmere with its unique country lifestyle and excellent climate on offer, yet within easy reach of all amenities. The services of Wollondilly are nearby, which includes shops and schools and public transport.

Located just 97km from Sydney, just over 208km from Canberra and 55km to Wollongong’s beaches the locale is recognised Sydney-wide as the gateway to the Southern Highlands region, which has always been a major drawcard to the area.

*Any taxation advice or financial advice given here is a suggestion only and is general in nature. Your personal circumstances have not been taken into account. You should consult your own financial / taxation advisor to find out if this suggestion is right for you.

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