Tallebudgera Valley property sells for $2.2 million

first_imgA statement entry from the front.Billeroy is a sprawling acreage retreat nestled in the beautiful Tallebudgera Valley. “When we retired this was our project and so we put our heart and soul into it,” Mrs Bagnall told the Bulletin when the property hit the market.“It was the best change and we have thoroughly loved living here.” Inside the sprawling retreat. Take a dip in the pool.The single-level house features an open-plan design with the interior living areas flowing out to the alfresco pavilion overlooking the pool. The property has 100m of creek frontage and plenty of visiting wildlife.“It’s a lovely environment for kids,” Mrs Bagnall said.“We also have a family of kangaroos that have been with us as long as we’ve been here and well over 150 birds,” she said. 761 Tallebudgera Creek Rd, Tallebudgera Valley sold for $2.2 million this week.WHEN the owners of this Hinterland property bought the block for $450,000, little did they know it would sell for $2.2 million 15 years later.Vendors Maree and Ted Bagnall swapped their beachfront home in Wonbarra, a seaside suburb of Wollongong, for a 3.64ha “piece of paradise” in 2002. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North5 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoRelax in the alfresco entertaining area.The pair had the home designed so there was a view from every room of the five-bedroom house.This week a “high-profile” buyer snapped up the property at 761 Tallebudgera Creek Rd for $2.2 million.“The buyer is using it as a family weekender,” Katrina Walsh of Harcourts Coastal said.“They loved the privacy and the views of the land.“It’s an urban rural lifestyle that’s close to the city.”“It is homely and the buyers wanted room for their extended family.”last_img

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