Such variety of Byron Bay hot properties for December/January…
This magnificent estate (pictured) is on 26 acres just outside of Federal. The home is much more than just the four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms that is listed. It has large and spacious dimensions and would suite a couple or family wishing for room to spread out. A separate building is home to the gym, games room and machinery shed, which offers the potential for guest conversion. Outdoors, the infinity edged pool and full-sized tennis court give it a country resort feel. Listed with Ku Darroch of Real Estate of Distinction, Byron Bay and looking for around the five million region
Where the River Bends, Rosebank
This is a lovely property at Rosebank owned by actor Naomi Watts’s mother. It has great potential for a smart classy reno. With a good outlook over Coopers Creek.
Suffolk Park – Beachside
Suffolk Park keeps going from strength to strength and should be holding its value into the future, especially on the beachside of the Ballina Road. This suburb of Byron Bay offers quick access to a thriving convenience shops, pub, cafes and restaurants plus an easy stroll to miles of beach!
34 Armstrong Street, Suffolk Park
This is great property for someone looking for something that is all ready to move in with nothing to do. The relatively new home is architecturally designed with a recently completed second dwelling. The main house is 3 bed and 2 bath and the second dwelling is 1 bed. To be listed in January with Tara Torkkola of First National Byron Bay – $1.8 – $1.95M.
54 Armstrong Street, Suffolk Park
Less expensive than the one above, also on Armstrong Street, is this 3 bed + study, two bath, double garage, double-brick rendered home – listed for $1.595 – $1.695M. The Mediterranean-style courtyard captures the northern aspect and provides ample space for private entertaining. Presented by Su Reynolds with First National Byron Bay.
140 Broken Head Road, Newrybar
Here’s a large rural site for building an upmarket home in a sought after location; a rare opportunity for Newrybar. 2.3 -2.5M listed with Helene Adams of First National Byron.
4/9 Bay Lane, Byron Bay
This is a small (34 M2) studio apartment in the heart of Byron. The complex is above Fish Mongers restaurant and is one of 8 units. Its listed with Ed Silk for $565,000.
Also listed with Ed Silk and going to auction this Saturday, is a mini development site in Suffolk Park. 106 Alcorn St (non beach side) is four lots and four titles with total area of 1470 m2. Be interesting to see how much interest this garners.
113 Left Bank Road, Mullumbimby
People looking for small rural acreages a reasonable distance from shops and services, should be looking now. There are more on the market now than I have seen for some time. This one is a good example just outside of Mullumbimby on 14.5 Ha. It is a four bed 2 bath very average house but the location is good and lots of room for value adding. Going to auction with Brett and Nick at Ray White Byron Bay and expecting low to mid million. Also an asset being a stones throw from Shearwater Steiner school. Every class at Shearwater now has an extensive waiting list. Not so long ago it was a hair’s breadth away from bankruptcy and foreclosure.
I have also inspected a few blocks to the south of the shire that show promise. I am keen on Newrybar, Fernleigh, Brooklet and Teven. Quite a few acreages with good views and aspects but priced too high. It has been a long time since I have seen an abundance of choice for these kind of properties.
100 Mile Table, Byron Industrial Estate
Popular foodie destination, 100 Mile Table, at 4/8 Banksia Drive Arts and Industry Estate is up for sale. The owners also own Duk restaurant in Bay Lane, Byron. The owners, Sarah Swan and Jeremy Burn, will be sousing in their now venture at the old Green Garage site which has been vacant for the last 6 months.
Foodie buzz around town is that “Loft” is attracting some attention and may be worth a visit. As soon as BPS can find the time between servicing multiple clients, we can report back. Loft is situated where the old Hogs Breath Cafe was, upstairs at the top end of Jonson St.