Units, Apartments and Man-caves

November 2nd, 2020

Units, Apartments and Man-caves

2020-11-02 01:40

45 Lawson St, Byron Bay

This 2 bed, 2.5 bath, beachfront apartment is north-facing with expansive beach views. Double garage, lift access, fireplace, air-con, and underfloor heating. For a cool $3.75M, this is Byron’s most expensive apartment. Contact Vicky Innes of Byron Bay Property Sales to inspect.

6 Wollongbar St, Byron Arts and Industrial Estate

Promoted as a luxury ‘man cave’ in the Byron Arts and Industrial Estate, this industrial unit has sold for $748,000. It is understood this was a record price for an industrial unit within the local region. The identity of the buyer has not been disclosed. Developer Zac Potter of the Potter Group said the sale price highlighted the draw of up-market “man cave” or “she shed” properties.

139 Jonson St, Byron Bay

This new development on the corner of Jonson of Browning St. Byron was discussed in last months newsletter. These new units were snapped up in a matter of weeks and never really made it to the open market. Two-bedroom units were being sold around $1.1 mil.

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