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Mollymook Beach new estate

A new residential estate will soon be released at beautiful Mollymook Beach.

Fairways Estate is expected to be a popular destination for families seeking surf and sun, as well as retirees looking for a home site near the championship Hilltop Golf Course.

According to selling agent Ben Pryde from Raine & Horne Mollymook Milton, the suburb of Mollymook Beach is hot property, with limited residential blocks on offer.

He said the Milton-Ulladulla region was a popular area to raise a family or retire, with everything at your fingertips.

“We have so much to offer, from unspoilt beaches and bushland, to great shopping facilities and sporting complexes, as well as a thriving community.

“The region offers events and attractions including wineries, award-winning eateries and a host of festivals such as the Blessing of the Fleet and Artfest.”

Ben said, following the sell-out of recently released estates in the area, he expects Fairways Mollymook Beach to be in high demand.

“I recently sold out a new land release at Dolphin Point in four hours,” he said.

“People who had not registered their interest unfortunately missed out.”

Ben is encouraging people to register their interest so they can be kept up to date as the development progresses.

Register by emailing: bpryde@rhmollymook.com.au

For more information use the form on the ‘Contact’ page or phone Ben on 0410 324 209 or 02 4454 1900.

 

Golf course frontage blocks available

Fairways at Mollymook Beach is a brand new residential estate on the beautiful South Coast of New South Wales.

The 34-lot subdivision offers blocks ranging from 580 to 890 square metres.

Keen golfers can take in sweeping fairway views, with prime lots fronting Mollymook’s Hilltop Golf Course.

Hit the golf course or nearby spectacular Mollymook Beach. Just a short drive to the sparkling waters of Narrawallee Inlet and walk or cycle to Milton village along the new Coastlink Pathway.

For a information, please email: bpryde@rhmollymook.com.au

Or call Ben on: 0410 324 209 (mob) or 02 4454 1900 (office).