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SUNRISE OVER THE BEACH, SUNSET OVER THE MYALL

Highly prized beachside allotment in exclusive Winda Woppa. This 537sqm home site is located just across the road from the white sands of Jimmy's Beach, where you'll swim in crystal clear water and watch the dolphins play and Myall River which is popular with anglers and boating enthusiasts alike. Perfect opportunity to build in a prestigious location, bathed in an abundance of sun due to it's north-east aspect (frontage to north 42.3m & east 18.5m), privacy and tranquility are also assured - courtesy of the handful of established eucalyptus trees dotted along the northern boundary as well as nature reserve to the east. Jimmy's Beach and the Myall River forms part of the community that offers a wide range of amenities including an 18 hole golf course, tennis courts, an array of dining options and the nature trails of Mungo Brush National Park. One of the few remaining opportunities to purchase beachside land in Winda Woppa and just 2 hours from Sydney, buy now and build the home you've always dreamed of.

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