Sitting high in Byron Bay's hinterland is this beautiful 30 acre property, the Moroccan inspired residence is no ordinary home where no expense has been spared.
Timber floors and cathedral ceilings using Australian hardwoods, handmade tiles, state of the art kitchen with walk in pantry, bench top stove, which includes a built-in steamer and granite bench tops. A wonderful imported combustion stove runs 'central heating', keeping the house snug and dry and providing steaming hot water, alongside the solar hot water and gas back up.
The home exhibits a flexible dramatic floorplan offering an accommodating balance between living and bedroom space, currently three bedrooms plus huge study and a media room but will be readily adaptable.
The pool house incorporates a travertine Turkish steam room and change room, with a large day room overlooking the 10 person spa. There is also a small gym, (or spare room).
The home faces east and has breathtaking 270 degree views.
A very large machinery shed is set well away from the house. It includes basic living accommodation for a caretaker, gardener or even possible woofers.
Designed for self-sufficiency, it boasts a state of the art power system with solar panels and is interactive with the grid.
The water comes from a crystal clear permanent spring and a bore. Consideration has been made for possible extended periods of drought with water storage of 144,000+ gallons in various tanks fed by the spring, bore and rainwater.