Professional Expert With Years of Experience
Tim is a licensed real estate agent specialising in the South Coast real estate market. Since 2005, he has been helping his clients to buy, sell, and rent properties – managing every aspect of the real estate process.
Tim began his career in Berry (where he is based), selling everything from quaint homes in town to sprawling beachfront residences, commercial properties, lifestyle acreages, and working farms.
He has also operated in Sydney’s lower north shore and inner-city markets, working across everything from resale properties to brand new off-the-plan building developments of up to 200+ apartments.
Tim is a lifetime local to the Berry region. Born in Foxground, he moved to Jaspers Brush at the age of four, where he grew up on his family’s Murray Grey beef cattle stud. He attended St Michaels and St Johns schools in Nowra, before joining the family business (Elders Berry) alongside his father, Brian McGoldrick.
Owned and operate by the McGoldrick family since 1987, Elders Berry is high-respected among the business community. Over the decades, the personalised service the business has always delivered, has seen many client relationships naturally develop into lasting friendships.
Tim and his wife are raising their young family in the area they both
grew up in. They understand the importance of having a good community and love having the South Coast’s pristine natural environment on their doorstep to nurture their little ones.
Outside of work, you’ll find Tim casting lures in one of the area’s many fishing hotspots, or off on a camping road trip with family and friends.
Tim is an active supporter of many local organisations, including the Berry Show Society, Rotary Club, and Garden Club.
27a Millbank Rd, Terara
Guide: $1.65m - $1.7m
Located on just over an acre in the charming historic village of Terara, The Lodge is a rare property indeed -- a heritage-listed dwelling that has been given a luxurious modern makeover. A modern wing designed by a local architect with floor-to-ceiling windows, a living and dining area and kitchen was added in 1985 as well as a new garage with studio space above. There is also an opportunity for dual occupancies that may be carried out with development consent.
When the current owners purchased The Lodge they were also able to take advantage of the lack of heritage restrictions to replace the 1980s kitchen with a thoroughly modern one with sleek appliances and granite benchtops, upgrade the ensuite bathroom in a style to rival the most pampering of spas with a full-height window to take in the beautiful rural views.
267 Jindy Andy Lane, Numbaa