An Eagle Vale house has been destroyed by fire this morning.
More than 30 Fire and Rescue NSW firefighters were on site to battle the blaze which broke out at a house on Turquoise Place just before 10am on Thursday, April 8.
Crews from St Andrews, Campbelltown, Rosemeadow, Narellan, Horningsea Park and Huntingwood responded to the Triple Zero calls and arrived to find a single-level home already fully involved by the fire.
Firefighters found it difficult to access the house due to the intensity of the flames, with the roof and some walls having collapsed.
Police and paramedics also arrived on scene to provide assistance.
There were no reported injuries and the owner of the house was not home at the time the fire broke out.
The cause remains undetermined and under investigation.
Firies are expected to continue working at the site for several hours to ensure the area is made safe.
Locals were advised to avoid the area during the blaze.
With Fire and Rescue NSW crews attending multiple house fires this week, Superintendent Scott Dodson said it was a timely reminder for residents to develop their fire escape plan.
"Now is the time for residents to check they have a working smoke alarm and that all members of the family have an awareness of calling Triple Zero (000) in an emergency" he said.