February 12, 2012
Expressions of interest are sought in eight acres of paradise. An unrepeatable site where even the pool has panoramic ocean views. The property has its own sealed private road to its own private hilltop where the spacious Neville Quarry designed home has four bedrooms (all with ocean views) and separate guest accommodation.
A short walk through protected rainforest takes you to glorious Seven Mile Beach and the secret coves of Broken Head – yet you are only ten minutes from the cafes, shops and cinemas of Bangalow and Byron Bay. Inspection by appointment only.
Call Graham Dunn Byron Bay Property Sales 0418 663 620
International phone: +61. 418 663 620
or Nicolette van Wijngaarden 0411 144 877
International phone: +61 2 6684 8266
Oceanside – with acreage…
Panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean framed by wooded headlands to the north and south. The sun rising from the sea, white horses off the point – manes of sea-spray back-lit by the rising sun.
Lunch on the deck for two or twenty. Rainbows, squalls, water-spouts – pods of dolphins playing in the waves, whales breaching as they head north – whales with their calves as they head south. Watch them while swimming in the freshwater pool. Unlimited fresh spring water.
A five minute walk to the beach – or, if you like, take an hour – through rare littoral rain forest, all protected. Miles of beach – empty, wild – or go to the secret coves of Broken Head.
The warm airy house. Four bedrooms – two with en-suites – all with ocean views. And a big, bright, studio for guests; detached, with it’s own bathroom.
Ten minutes to cinemas, shops and delis. Excellent restaurants. Four of the best surf breaks on the coast.
Internet access and two nearby airports make possible both an inspiring workplace and a Principal Place of Residence.
The privacy of the home. Complete. Dozing in the sun on the day-bed, clothes optional. Dinner with friends on the deck – the moon rising from the sea – the stars rising from the sea, sharp as diamonds.
“Seven Mile” is the last house designed by the universally respected and much missed architect, Neville Quarry.
Its hilltop, oceanside location is unrepeatable – forbidden by regulation and zoning – as is any further development that could disrupt the quiet enjoyment of forest, sea and sky.