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104 William James Drive, Mount Kembla.

Price undisclosed

Private sanctuary just 15 mins from CBD and Beach

Sparing no expense in its embrace of modern luxury, this remarkable home will impress and inspire at every turn – providing a grand floor plan with two open plan living areas, a separate movie theatre, a rumpus/games room, a Miele chef's kitchen boasting a butler's pantry, enchanting alfresco spaces and majestic north views over sprawling gardens and hills to the escarpment. Set behind manicured formal landscaping at the end of an exclusive cul-de-sac whilst enjoying easy access to schools, Wollongong CBD and beach, you need look no further to achieve your ultimate family lifestyle. - Rare executive opportunity in a simply spectacular nature setting - Decadent throughout with high ceilings, hardwood floors, ducted air - Vast lounge and dining plus in/outdoor retreat, study and TV room - All-seasons patio and open deck facing the sundrenched outlook - 50mm stone kitchen island, integrated dishwasher, induction cooktop - Sumptuous master quarters with walk-around robe, full couple's ensuite - Slimline fireplaces, security alarm system, four car lock up garaging - 15 mins to Wollongong CBD and an easy 80 minute drive south of Sydney

Property information
Property ID
Property type
Land size
2567.0 sqm
Council rates
$2995.71 per year
Water rates
$640.72 per year

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Described as a sub-tropical belt of rainforest, Mount Kembla is a lush suburb and mountain ideally situated at the foot of the sweeping Illawarra Escarpment.Located 14 kilometres inland from Wollongong, Mount Kembla is a semi-rural township with a historic past. The 1902 Mount Kembla Mine disaster that devastated the Mount Kembla Colliery, not to mention the town, is considered one of the worst disasters in Australian history. The Mount Kembla of today has bounced back and is a quaint town with a strong community spirit. The heritage of Mount Kembla can be felt in every nook and cranny of the township, from the heritage-listed Mount Kembla Village Hotel to the historic Mount Kembla Post Office and General Store.

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