RU­RAL LUX­URY

My­ocum, 11 Bay­figs Place, $2.65 mil­lion

Northern Rivers Style - - REAL ESTATE -

THIS tran­quil By­ron Bay hin­ter­land prop­erty ex­udes stylish ru­ral lux­ury. Si­t­u­ated on 23.66 north-fac­ing hectares at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, it pro­vides the best of both worlds – a quiet and peace­ful re­treat, as well as an ideal space for en­ter­tain­ing.

Un­der­stated yet el­e­gant, the mas­ter-built, dou­ble-brick, four-bed­room home was in­spired by the work of renowned Amer­i­can ar­chi­tect Frank Lloyd Wright and has been de­signed to cre­ate a grand state­ment, cap­tur­ing the nat­u­ral world and em­pha­sis­ing crafts­man­ship while em­brac­ing tech­nol­ogy.

The prop­erty is spa­cious, with high ceil­ings and an open-plan liv­ing, din­ing and kitchen area with gran­ite kitchen benches and gas hot­plates. The de­sign makes the most of the sub­trop­i­cal cli­mate with a huge out­door deck and en­ter­tain­ing area that in­cludes a sparkling in -ground pool and takes in the views of the sur­round­ing lush coun­try­side.

There are four bed­rooms, the main with en­suite, walk-in robe and pri­vate porch, plus an of­fice/study and an abun­dance of stor­age space.

This prop­erty of­fers an eco­log­i­cally sound en­vi­ron­ment, rich soil, di­verse wildlife, horse pad­docks, room for a ten­nis court and a huge shed (horse sta­bles, mak­ing it per­fectly suited to agri­cul­tural or eques­trian pur­suits).

There is an abun­dance of wa­ter, in­clud­ing bore, spring-fed dam and a creek with a 50 mega-litre per an­num wa­ter li­cence.

In ad­di­tion, the prop­erty in­cludes three wa­ter tanks, one con­crete 50,000-litre tank and two plas­tic 25,000-litre tanks.

For fur­ther de­tails, phone Ja­nis Perkins at Real Es­tate of Dis­tinc­tion on 0438 841 122.

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