50 Possum Creek Road Bangalow NSW 2479
Established farm & residence - Huge development potential including eco-tourism50 Possum Creek Road, Bangalow
This unique, income-producing property, with its superb, showcase contemporary home, is set on high on 80 lush acres (31.92 hectares) of fertile land providing dramatic, panoramic views of Byron Shire's glorious countryside.
With a full kilometre of creek frontage plus access to an abundance of water, the property's tree farm grows approximately 2,000 in ground trees of native and imported varieties that are sold on a commercial basis. The tree farm which is fully irrigated has a large farm shed with loading dock from which sold trees are collected. There is also a separate, income producing, two-bedroom cottage.
Myriad of Commercial Options.
The Byron Shire is now recognised globally as an aspirational address and holiday destination. This property is blessed with fertile land and an idyllic location in the heart of the Byron Shire. It offers a diverse range of development and commercial applications including eco-tourism to leverage the one kilometre rainforest fringed creek which is the subject of a professional eco - regeneration program by Conservation Australia.
Extensive research and a Town Planning Report/ Site Investigation has been undertaken to ascertain the future development potential of this extraordinary property. This report and additional material are included in the comprehensive Information Memorandum which is available upon request.
Some of the possible development strategies include:
* Construction of additional dwelling/s
* Construction of holiday cabins / eco-tourism facilities
* Convert / use site a commercial wedding venue
* Creation of Bed & Breakfast accommodation
* Construction of cafÃ© / restaurant
* Intensification of current commercial agricultural activities
All development options whilst provided for by the current Town Plan, are subject to Development Approvals.
The Main Residence - Contemporary Grandeur
Additionally, the main home is built at the highest point of the property to capitalise on the spectacular views that surround the house from every side. This uniquely beautiful house was designed by the owners in conjunction with master builder, John Eggins.
Defined by two seamlessly intersecting wings, the sleek and contemporary design of the home features expanses of floor to ceiling glass that provide an abundance of natural light and uninterrupted views of the surrounding landscape.
The fully self-contained east wing of the home features a huge three-car garage that could be transformed for alternative purposes, including a billiard room and bar or even a small business space.
In this wing of the home, there is the laundry, wheel chair accessible bathroom and a large, open space living area with a kitchenette. The corridor then leads to two spacious bedrooms, each with stunning views, and bathroom vanities adjoining a large and stylish bathroom.
At the centre of the home is the main entrance, which leads to the formal living area and to a large office suite to the left. The superbly well fitted-out office, with ensuite, has expansive windows to stunning views and ample space for a number of people to comfortably work.
Leading through to the north wing is 'the gallery', an expansive space with floor to ceiling glass on either side showcasing a flood lit ornamental Queensland Bottle tree on one side and an illuminated pond with fountains on the other side. This room can be enclosed by sliding glass doors, transforming the space into a dramatic formal dining room or left as an elegant, light-filled thoroughfare.
Coming into the large open living area and kitchen, this section of the home has under floor heating providing year round comfort. With a contemporary sleek hidden built-in kitchen featuring Miele appliances, the overwhelming impression of this space is one of minimalist grandeur discretely served by a separate generous sized butler's pantry.
The lounge room located at the north western corner of the home boasts floor to ceiling glass walls that access sweeping views and spectacular sunsets over the Nightcap Ranges and valleys across manicured lawn and croquet court.
Surrounding the home is an array of al fresco living areas, including the main deck with outdoor kitchen and built in fireplace. The variety of sheltered outdoor living spaces provides many options to suit any time of year, weather conditions and entertaining requirements.
The piÃ¨ce de rÃ©sistance is the master bedroom suite. An extraordinary space inspired by Japanese design principles, the master bedroom suite is located at a corner of the north-east wing to provide spectacular, wrap-around views. With separate toilet / bidet and shower rooms, this elegant retreat is simply breathtaking.
The information contained herein has been obtained through sources deemed reliable but cannot be guaranteed as to its accuracy. Any information of special interest should be obtained through independent verification.
Land size approximately: 31.92 hectares
Private drive to main house
Commercial tree farm
1 km creek (approx)
Abundance of water:
2 x 50,000 litres tank water
License to pump from creek
Irrigation to farm and gardens
Main house completed 2012
3 Bedrooms plus large self-contained air-conditioned office
4 Bathrooms including 1 wheel chair accessible
3 Car garage
Back-up generator to power entire house
Under floor heating
Spectacular views to Nightcap Ranges
Reflection pond and illuminated fountain
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