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Prestigious 268 Acre Hinterland Property
151 Federal Drive, Federal
First National is proud to present to the market possibly the largest, privately owned land holding in the Byron Shire.
This 268 acre allotment is one of the most prestigious parcels of land in the Byron Bay Hinterland with numerous possibilities including massive income earning potential and a lifestyle second to none.
Positioned high on the ridgeline between Federal and Eureka, this spectacular property offers parklike grounds with unsurpassed rural views of the surrounding countryside through to Minyon Falls and the valleys below.
Usable and productive, the land boasts rich, deep volcanic soil and an abundance of water from a permanent spring, 10 large water tanks, man-made dam and excellent yearly rainfall.
The accommodation on the estate is expansive with a large main homestead with self-contained flat, manager’s quarters and a guest cottage. Please visit our website for full details.
Inspection: By Appointment Details: Contact Agent for Price
Details: Contact Agent for PriceEnquiries: Helen Huntly-Barratt 0412 332 232
Submit Best Offer by 4pm, 31st March
35 Alcorn Street, Suffolk Park
This beach house is on Byron Bay’s popular Suffolk Park Beach where surfing, fishing, swimming are right at your doorstep. The property has a multi-level floor plan, designed to make the best use of space and light.
An open plan kitchen, dining and family room steps to hardwood timber deck overlooking the beach reserve. This reserve offers direct access to the beach.
Upstairs features the main bedroom,with a walk through robe, en-suite and an office/ dressing room. Off this main bedroom is a large private balcony overlooking the beachside bush.
At the front of the property is a large self-contained area with private access including a double bedroom with en-suite bathroom and a living area.
This property is being sold fully furnished.
Open: Saturday, 7 March 10.00 – 10.30am Details: Interest Over $995,000
Details: Interest Over $995,000Enquiries: Helen Huntly-Barratt 0412 332 232