House for sale
65 Carlyle Street,
Byron Bay, NSW
4 2 4
Expressions of Interest
An Iconic Landmark with a Commercial & Lifestyle OpportunitySince 1951, the famous Top Shop has held a significant place in Australias beach and cafe culture within the surfing haven, Byron Bay. Located in Byron's golden grid, this stunning and unique property is elevated with views to Mt Warning whilst only being a short walk to the beautiful beaches.
In 2004 the property was extensively redeveloped by Sydney billionaire - the late Paul Ramsay, and now this unique complex includes The Top Shop, a luxury holiday house with private self-cleaning mineral water pool and additionally a self-contained Air-BnB studio. If it's the home you desire there will be an option to purchase the luxury home with the self-contained AirBnb separate from the shop once the strata application is approved.
?+ This trendy and very popular cafe has a laid-back style and invites you to relax on the grassy hill while you enjoy your coffee. Inside is open plan with a commercial kitchen, storage and a powder room. With a secured 3X3 lease in place, the Top Shop is probably the most valuable commercial property per square metre within the residential zone of Byron Bay
+ The luxury home has two levels, and can be used as a large single residence or two self contained units?
+ The top level consists of open plan living, kitchen, master bedroom & a balcony. All areas enjoy views to Mt Warning plus the Nightcap and Border Ranges. It has Tasmanian oak timber floors and louvre windows that provide cross ventilation and beautiful natural light. The centrepiece of the kitchen is the freestanding Caeserstone waterfall bench. The master bedroom is spacious with built-ins, a ceiling fan and an ensuite
?+ The ground floor comprises three more bedrooms, a second bathroom and a large garage / work space. The ground floor flows onto a low maintenance courtyard leading to the private luxury mineral water pool
+ Byron offers a great variety of schools to choose from
+ It is only a short walk downtown for great shopping, restaurants, live music and art
?+ In many ways this complex represents both a priceless piece of Byrons cultural heritage and a rare investment opportunity, the likes of which seldom comes available
Last updated: 10:40AM on Dec 13th 2018