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booths motor group owners selling grand scale terrigal home

Written by The ReReport

23 Sainsbury Close, Terrigal.

The owners of Booth’s Motor Group, one of the Coast’s longest running family businesses, are selling their large family home in Terrigal.
Owned by Kevin and Nancye Booth, the prestigious property at 23 Sainsbury Close was built in 1999 by John Olzomer, one of the Central Coast’s most respected builders.

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Featuring an internal lift, underfloor heating, ducted airconditioning and a 77sqm multi-use rumpus with ensuite and fully featured kitchenette, selling agent Rod Amos said that the home was one the most prestigious craftsman built homes he had ever seen.

A space dedicated to Mrs Booth’s baby grand piano.

Kevin and Nancye Booth with Mr BoothKevin and Nancye Booth were inducted into the community theatre hall of fame.

“Everything from the living areas, to the bedrooms, bathrooms, garaging and storage is on a grand scale, both in size and features,” he said.
“It’s more like top-end apartment living, but without the body corporate and shared neighbours.”
Booth’s Motor Group, located at Gosford and Tuggerah, was started by Kevin’s father at Mann St Gosford, just two days before World War Two started in 1939. Back then it was just a petrol station and workshop.

Mrs Booth, who is a conservatory trained pianist, features on a soundtrack for the property ad listing video, performing by on her baby-grand. The Booth’s have been a driving force for the Central Coast Arts community, involved with the funding and building Laycock Street Theatre and its ongoing success on the Central Coast.
The price guide for 23 Sainsbury Close is $1.23 million-$1.35 million.


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