Angourie is a small coastal village in northern NSW that is 5km south of Yamba and a seven-hour drive from Sydney.
Part of the wider Yamba region, the area’s main industries are tourism and fishing. It is also a popular destination for retirees, who make up the majority of the population.
Angourie’s main claim to fame is being the setting of the 1971 surfing film, Morning Of The Earth.
Angourie and the Clarence Valley council area has enjoyed a 1.5 per cent increase in its median sale price to $380,500, according to CoreLogic.
This Angourie house at 23 The Crescent is one of the most impressive homes currently available. It has five bedrooms and enjoys uninterrupted views of the coastline looking to Yamba.
The three-level home has been designed by a local architect and has cathedral ceilings in the living area.
Other features include a spa bath, two verandas, rumpus room and a single undercover garage. It is a short walk to the beach and village.
For sale: Private treaty
Inspection: By appointment
Price guide: $1.85 million
Contact: First National — Yamba, David Lovell, 0417 606 728, Richard Hunt, 0498 462 291