Four-bedroom Thirroul beachside home breaks suburb record selling for more than $8 million

Brendan Crabb
view.com.au
The high-end home at 9 Tasman Parade, Thirroul has changed hands for a record-breaking $8m sum.
The high-end home at 9 Tasman Parade, Thirroul has changed hands for a record-breaking $8m sum. Credit: Supplied

A Thirroul home with an eye-catching array of features has smashed the sale price record for the popular northern suburb.

The high-end home at 9 Tasman Parade, Thirroul has changed hands.

Selling agent, Kane Downie from One Agency said he couldn’t disclose the sale price when contacted by the Mercury.

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However, industry sources have told the Mercury that it sold for $8.1 million.

The home had a price guide of $8 million-plus.

The high-end home at 9 Tasman Parade, Thirroul has changed hands for a record-breaking $8m sum. The home reportedly sold for more than $8 million. The home sold to a local buyer.
The home reportedly sold for more than $8 million. Credit: Supplied

CoreLogic records indicate the house sale price record for the suburb was $4.85 million, set in 2021.

Mr Downie said the home had sold to a local couple who planned to live there full-time, following interest from buyers in the Illawarra, Sydney and overseas.

CoreLogic records show it sold after 51 days on the market.

Sitting on 740 square metres, the four-bedroom beachside home has ocean and escarpment vistas, and beach access at its doorstep.

It also features multiple living zones; shadow line joinery, engineered oak floors, v-joint panelled walls and sandstone accents; a lap pool/spa area; games room/rumpus area; and resort-style leisure facilities with 20-metre lap pool, custom modified basketball court, spa and gym.

The high-end home at 9 Tasman Parade, Thirroul has changed hands for a record-breaking $8m sum. The home reportedly sold for more than $8 million. The home sold to a local buyer.
The home sold to a local buyer. Credit: Supplied

Records show the home last sold in 2011 for $1,050,000. The current owners undertook a knockdown-rebuild, with no expense spared.

“It was a basic three-bedroom home, a beach cottage,” the seller said of the previous home on the site.

“We were aiming to create a beautiful family home... To live in a beautiful seaside home with everything you could imagine that you would need at your fingertips.

“We believe we’ve accomplished that.”

The seller said the views were among the home’s best features, while the custom basketball court was included for her sports enthusiast children.

Mr Downie previously told the Mercury that the home had “been one of the most inquired properties we have ever had”.

“Given its location to the water and the privacy it offers, this home is satisfying many buyers’ needs for an immaculate, well-built oasis,” he said.

This article first appeared on view.com.au.

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