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Macquarie View, Bolton Point, New South Wales


Surrounded by stunning views of Lake Macquarie and set in a tranquil lakeside parkland, Bolton Clarke Macquarie View at Bolton Point is located on a peninsula jutting into Australia’s largest coastal saltwater lagoon, Lake Macquarie. near Newcastle in NSW.

Our single level two and three-bedroom villas are designed for accessible and low maintenance living. Each home features generous open plan living areas and large bedrooms, with a master bedroom leading to your private terrace. Reverse cycle air conditioning ensures year-round comfort. For your peace of mind and security every villa is fitted with a 24-hour emergency call system and a lock-up garage with remote controlled door.

An onsite hairdressing salon, gym, library and BBQ area are a few of the highlights of this village. With a community bus for getting about and its location close to beaches and with jetty fishing on the doorstep, Macquarie View at Bolton Point is a wonderfully relaxing place to call home.

You may have to pay a departure fee when you leave this village.

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12 The Ridgeway
Bolton Point NSW

Available Unit

1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, Unit 35 - UNDER DEPOSIT


This one-bedroom unit plus a den could accommodate as a second bedroom. Offering a light, bright, airy home just waiting for new residents! The modern kitchen with stone benchtops makes cooking a pleasure and has everything you need with plenty of drawers for all your cooking essentials; and a quality vinyl floor for easy cleaning.
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Bolton Point Community Features

Open plan living, kitchen and dining space
Large bedrooms with built in wardrobes
Security screens and 24-hour emergency call system
Accessible and easy to maintain single level layout
Laundry area
Small gymnasium
BBQ area
Hairdressing salon
Close to beaches & fishing jetty
Studio hotel accomodation
Community Bus

Fred - Perth WA

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A noted cruciverbalist and a man with many stories to share, Fred lives in WA and is in his 90's.