There’s hot property right now, and then there’s anything and everything that sunlight touches around Byron Bay. Like 71 Charltons Road in Federal.
From Brunswick to Ballina, the Hinterland and beyond, if you want a pad in the coveted Northern Rivers region of NSW, not only are there few and far between, you’ll also be parting with a pretty penny for your troubles.
Enter this charming 1920s federation homestead that’s been renovated, expanded, and reimagined to create a pristine hinterland hideaway perched atop 23-hectares of land, and facing northeast for maximum rays and maximum privacy.
Let’s start outside and work our way in, because – in typical fashion – the pool didn’t just turn our heads. It snapped our bloody necks. The main property’s rear stairs cascade down to the 10-metre lap-style pool designed and created by Secret Gardens. It’s an entertainer’s utopia that drops off down into the lush tropical valley below.
As for the main house, stone-faced fireplaces, louvred windows and banks of French doors, allowing plenty of sunlight and fresh sea breezes to filter through the multiple living spaces. The main bedroom suite is located in a private wing away from the other bedrooms. It features a stunning ensuite with double sinks, rain shower, Spanish encaustic tiles, and bathtub.
A stone’s throw from the residence is also a two-bedroom guest house, a one-bedroom granny flat, a huge shed, as well as an enclosed double garage for tools, toys, whatever.
Located just 20-minutes from both Bangalow and Byron Bay, with access to various airports and regional centres, the location is – in a single word – perfect.
The price guide for 71 Charltons Road in Federal is $10 million – find out more below.