House for sale
2a Palm Valley Drive,
Byron Bay, NSW
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Ultra-Private Setting Overlooking Wategos BeachYour opportunity to secure a sublimely positioned beach house in Byron Bay's tightly-held Wategos Beach enclave.
If you want to talk about being wonderfully positioned in Byron Bay's tightly-held Wategos Beach enclave, then this stunning contemporary beach house offers you and your family magnificent ocean views in an ultra-private setting that you deserve in a beach house of lifestyle purchase.
Featuring resort-style luxury and quality inclusions, the property is a seamless arrangement of floor-to-ceiling glass and natural light. Best of all is the spacious entertaining terrace with over-size Jacuzzi.
The cleverly designed layout offers spacious open-plan living/dining complimented by a designer Caesarstone kitchen. The stunning 180 degree coastal views take in the beach, ocean and the mountains as the backdrop with the lighthouse behind you.
The mirror-image twin master suites and stylish bathrooms offer the living quality you would expect from this location.
There is a back-to-base alarm, a 2-car carport and a security gate with intercom for your privacy and security while away.
Really worth a visit to enjoy it's superb position and feel the ocean breezes in your face. Please phone Janis to arrange an inspection at any time that suits you.
Byron Bay is a beachside town in northern NSW, about 759km north of Sydney, 140km south of Brisbane and 40 minutes drive south of the Gold Coast. Cape Byron, a headland adjacent to the town, is the eastern most point of mainland Australia. Byron Bay has a population of about 5600 and is the nucleus of the Byron Shire, which has a population of almost 30,000.
Byron Bay is a beach resort famous for its alternative lifestyle and laid-back atmosphere. It attracts people from all socio economic levels. The beaches, hinterland, surfing, yoga, shopping, partying, dining, favourable climate and diving are reasons why the town has grown and prospered in the last 20 years.
It has a subtropical climate with cooling coastal winds in summer. The town has several beaches popular for surfing. Whale watching is a significant contributor to the local economy. Byron bay has numerous cafes, restaurants (many specialising in vegetarian food) and bars. Being among some of the best farmland in Australia, produce is fresh - often organic - with a wide range of tropical, sub-tropical and semi-temperate foods all thriving.
Byron Bay has a taxi service, limited public transport, a public library and a swimming pool. There is a hospital in town and several regional hospitals in nearby Mullumbimby, Ballina and Lismore, with major hospitals on the Gold Coast and in Brisbane. There are two public primary schools, a high school, and the Cape Byron Rudolf Steiner School.
Events held at Byron Bay include yoga retreats, pagan gatherings, and music festivals such as the East Coast Blues & Roots Music Festival, Splendour in the Grass, the Byron Bay Writers' Festival, the Byron Bay Film Festival and the Byron Underwater Festival.
Byron Bay also has several regular markets including a weekly farmers' market. There is also a craft market on the first Sunday of each month and an artisan market Saturday evenings.
Wategos Beach enclave
Contemporary beach house
Magnificent ocean views and an ultra-private setting
Spacious open-plan living/dining
Designer Caesarstone kitchen
Stunning 180 degree coastal views
Mirror-image twin master suites
Last updated: 03:47AM on Oct 12th 2014