57 Phillip Street, Chinderah NSW 2487
57 Phillip Street, Chinderah NSW 2487
Auction Guide $1.5M - $1.6M
Onsite Auction Sunday 21st November at 12pm (NSW time)
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Overview & Description
|Zoning||RU2 Rural Landscape|
|Land Size||809 sqm|
|Home size - internal||173 sqm|
|Home size - external||54 sqm|
|Annual rates||± $3,020 p/a|
|Rental Potential||$950 - $1,050 per week permanent rental basis|
The White House
AUCTION ON SITE Sunday 21st November 12pm (NSW time)
You can't help but fall in love with what the owners have created. Effortless style and bespoke finishes are the hallmarks of this stunning home!
Located at the end of a quiet, leafy green street, a short stroll from the Tweed River and Kingscliff's beach. Whether it's a day on the boat or sand, the choice is yours!
Aptly named The White House, the home has been completely renovated and sits on a generous 809m2 block providing plenty of future potential for a pool, granny flat or extension (STCA).
Spotted gum flooring throughout upstairs contrasts against the custom kitchen with handmade "Zellige" tiles and a white micro-cement island bench. Full of light and airflow with front and rear decks overlooking the green surrounds.
Downstairs is a cosy hangout with an open living room that captures the wide open backyard.
Every room is unique and complimented by the next! From white rendered internal walls, arguably the most beautiful laundry room you've ever seen and handmade pieces throughout!
You'll love the timber barn style garage off the side and large driveway for your car, boat or caravan.
Chinderah is now firmly on the hot property market list with it's proximity to the stunning Tweed River, Kingscliff Beach and popular eateries such as Cubby Bakehouse! Yum.
This home is a must inspect and the interest will be high with the last home on the street selling in less than two weeks. Please get in touch with Brent Savage or Ethan Price for more information today or see open times.
- 809m2 block
- Renovated 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home
- Separate laundry with direct backyard access
- Hidden cupboard office
- Upstairs split system 7kw air-conditioning
- Gas cooktop and hot water system
- 700m to the Tweed River
- 1.1km to Kingscliff Beach
- 4.2KM (6min drive) to the new Tweed Valley Hospital
- 11.8KM (13Min drive) to Gold Coast Airport OOL
Soft Contract & Relevant documents
4 Terrace Street, Chinderah
73 Phillip Street, Chinderah
Auction Location: 57 Phillip Street, Chinderah NSW 2487 (onsite)
Auction date: Sunday 21st November 2021
Auction time: 12:00pm (NSW time)
Auctioneer: Justin Nickerson
Licence #: 1646724
Your Agents Brent and Ethan
With a population of just 1,566 (2016 census), Chinderah is a hidden gem, and increasingly people and businesses are recognising the potential of the area. With river frontage, cooling breezes and access to the neighbouring seaside communities of Kingscliff, Fingal Head, Casuarina and Cabarita, it provides an ideal holiday destination. And yet, it is relatively quiet and under exposed.
New businesses like Cubby Bakehouse have alerted locals to it’s magic, and now it’s common for café hunters to make their way their for their morning caffeine. The Chinderah Tavern is your closest watering hole, and serve up one of the best Chicken Parmi’s you will find 👌. Tweed River Seafoods has been a family run business since 1999, offering amazing fresh seafood and take-aways. TIP: Get your takeaway and post up at the river’s edge grassland right in front – the seagulls will love you!
Kingscliff and Salt Village
Just a quick 10 minute bike ride away lies the quaint town of Kingscliff, known for its beach town charm, bustling beachfront precinct offering numerous cafes, pubs, SLSC and retailers. Music lovers will know this as the home of the 1980s band members, The Sunnyboys.
Whilst historically known as a great holiday destination, from the ever-popular caravan park to up market holiday homes, Kingscliff is quickly “growing up”. As some of the older cottages are updated and remodelled, the area is quickly evolving into a more “beach chic” location, often compared to the likes of Noosa Heads.
Farmers and night markets are local’s favourites, and the town plays host to numerous local and international surfing and lifesaving events. Weekend mornings see the beachfront cafes swell with locals, often returning from walks, ocean swims and bike rides, signalling the start of another relaxing day.
Occupying 9 square kilometres, with a population of 7,464+ (2016 census), Kingscliff offers a strong commercial presence in the area, including solicitors, architects, library, banks, ambulance/emergency services, medical centres, and TAFE.
Included in the Kingscliff town area is the “Salt Village” community, located on its southern border. Like Casuarina, Salt is a newer development established around 2005, and the two communities are linked by a bike path along the beachfront, which continues all the way into Kingscliff - a well tracked walk for residents! Salt has been a popular relocation target for inter-state buyers, and has seen innovative, architecturally designed homes built throughout the community. With the new influx of buyers, Salt’s friendly streets have filled with younger families – look out when driving around for kids on bikes and skateboards!
Salt Beach is a 1.2km stretch of pristine and uncrowded beach which is patrolled during spring and summer. Great for beach walks, fishing, surfing, or just “chillaxing”. Salt Central Park, is the gathering area residents and visitors, and is situated between Peppers Salt Resort & Spa and Mantra on Salt Beach Central Park. The retail strip includes numerous restaurants, coffee shops and retail stores.
Some of our favourites eateries include…..
Fins Restaurant (Salt Village) – be sure to check out their seasonal pop up
Bombay Cricketers Club - Indian with a twist
Cudgen Headland Surf Club TIP: great deck overlooking the main beach – perfect for a refreshment
Right behind Kingscliff is the small farming village of CUDGEN. TIP: make sure you make your way to the newly opened Red Earth Brewery. Also make sure you visit Farm & Co - organic fruit and veggies and a new coffee shop.
Just south of Salt lies Casuarina. With a resident population of over 2,678+ people (2016 census), young families and retirees were the initial residents. However, in the last few years, professionals have realised that the 15-minute drive to the Gold Coast Airport, and proximity to Gold Coast commercial precincts, makes Casuarina a great location that combines work and lifestyle.
Here you will find the neighbourhood centre retail hub including a Coles supermarket, along with 12 specialty stores and parking for 237 vehicles. Casuarina is also home to Surfing Australia’s High Performance Centre, where many of Australia’s elite surfers undergo state of the art physical training and coaching. Adjacent to the centre is the Movement Fitness Centre, a popular gym featuring swimming, boxing, yoga, Pilates and weight training facilities, personal training and classes. Casuarina is active!
Some of our favourites eateries include…..
Tucker - breakfast hotspot
Spice Den – Asian spices
Lolita’s – Mexican Cantina
Xenia – great Greek
Recently voted as Australia’s best beach, Nearby Cabarita Beach includes an array of cafés, restaurants, boutiques, medical and dental clinic, a large Woolworths shopping precinct including essential amenity stores, SLSC and of course ‘The Beach Hotel’ (Local Pub). Patrolled swimming area is located directly in front of ‘The Beach Hotel’. The headland provides protection either side from wind, and depending on swell direction, some fun waves.
A cocktail at Halcyon House – the Award Winning Luxury 5 Star Hotel, right on the beach. If you want to really indulge, make a reservation for Paper Daisy Restaurant.
The Burrow Cabarita Beach - cocktails, music and more
Nectar Juice House - fresh juices, food and coffee
Other Area Attractions
- Make sure you drive out to Hastings Headland – the views are great, and the burgers at the Hastings General Store are well worth saving space for!
- One of our favourite dinner spots, and well worth the drive, is Izakaya Potts in Pottsville – modern Japanese (reservation essential)
- Scuba trips to Cook Island
- Whale-watching tours
- Deep sea fishing charters
- Learn to surf schools
- Visit to the Tweed Regional Gallery in Murwillumbah TIP: Drive out, check out the art, but don’t leave without a visit to the outdoor café perched high with views across the hinterland!
- Day trip to Byron Bay only 35 minutes south, offers a plethora of watering holes and eateries.
- Drive out to Mt Warning (approximately 30 minutes west) with it’s famous climb and divine cafe/restaurant Mavis's Kitchen.
- Newrybar’s awesome Harvest Cafe is a must for their Saturday and Sunday “Sourdough Weekends”, where they open up the old wood fired ovens to the public and provide the freshest baked sweet and savouries – be aware they close it when the fresh items are sold out (usually around 10-11am) – so make sure you get there at 8amish
- Visit the FARM in Byron Bay
- Visit one of the amazing waterfalls along our coastal hinterland.
Tweed Coast Growth
The Tweed Coast is now considered a viable place for families to settle and a haven for investors:
- Vicinity to infrastructure – Shopping, Hospitals, Schools & Airport
- Patrolled Beach Areas and a safe community atmosphere
- Burgeoning cafe and restaurant culture
- Absence of high rise development
- Reasonable commute to Brisbane
- Strong holiday and permanent rental occupancy
- Bogangar Public School
- Cudgen Public School
- Duranbah Public School
- Kingscliff High School
- Pottsville Beach Public School
- St Ambrose Catholic School
- St Anthony’s Primary School
- Lindisfarne Anglican Grammar School
- St James Primary School
- St Joseph’s College
- Pacific Coast Christian School
- Mt St Patrick Primary School
- Pippies Early Childhood Centre
- Cabarita Beach Child Care services
Regional Infrastructure Projects
Tweed Valley Hospital Development
On 22 May 2020, the NSW Government announced a further $91.2 million in funding for the Tweed Valley Hospital Development bringing the total investment to $673.2 million. The additional funding will go towards expanding clinical services as well as a co-located Health Hub and the Tweed Valley Skills Centre.
The Hospital has also been announced as one of the NSW Government’s 24 priority projects to have its planning approval fast tracked, assisting with the State’s economic recovery. Following the approval of the project’s Stage 2 State Significant Development application on 12 June 2020, the hospital project will create opportunities for up to 650 jobs during the peak of construction.
The $673.2 million investment in health for the Tweed Valley will deliver a brand new, leading hospital with greater capacity and capability to serve the Tweed-Byron community, as well as interim upgrades at The Tweed Hospital.
The vision for the Tweed Valley Hospital Development is to deliver a life-changing healthcare solution for the Tweed-Byron region.
You can read more here.
Gold Coast International Airport Upgrade
There is about $500 million being invested in the airport precinct, including this redevelopment and the Rydges-branded airport hotel, which is now under construction.
More detail please click here
John Flynn celebrates $30m project completion
The highly-anticipated, $30 million redevelopment of John Flynn Private Hospital (Tugun QLD) is now complete, giving residents in the southern Gold Coast and northern New South Wales regions the very best in health care.
Read more here.
M1 Freeway Upgrade
✅ 155km upgraded
✅ 25 min reduced travel time
✅ 9 interchanges
✅ 4 rest areas
✅ 350 fauna connections
Woolgoolga to Ballina is the final link in the Pacific Highway, between Hexham and the Queensland border, to be upgraded to four lanes. Upgrading the Pacific Highway and carrying out safety improvements to the existing highway have brought major improvements to road conditions. These improvements support regional development and provide:
safer travel | reduced travel times with improved transport efficiency | more consistent and reliable travel | improved amenity for local communities.
The project includes upgrading the highway to motorway (Class M) or arterial (Class A) standard over its 155 kilometre length, nine interchanges, more than 170 bridges and more than 350 connectivity structures. It will bypass South Grafton, Ulmarra, Woodburn, Broadwater and Wardell.
About LS PROPERTIES
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And we love introducing families and buyers to it’s pristine beaches, friendly neighbourhoods, and energetic coastal atmosphere. We are here to provide honest direction to achieve the best results!
It gives our team great satisfaction to achieve a healthy sale for our vendors, and an honest buy for the purchaser. Our team all live the lifestyle this amazing area has to offer, and are experts in the local market, as well as personally invested in maintaining the area’s property values.
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