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Bangalow’s Hinterland Pavilion

10 Ballina Road, Bangalow NSW 2479

FOR SALE 5 Beds 3 Baths 3724 SQM
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This 1890s timber cottage is the epitome of quiet country living. Nestled amongst luscious gardens and open fields, this classic home is perfect for those after seclusion and privacy.

The pavilion was designed by award-winning Dominic Finlay Jones Architects (DFJ). The idea behind the design was the construction of a contemporary living and kitchen space combined with an 1890 heritage-listed farmhouse. DFJ approach every project in a collaborative way working closely with their clients. Their focus is on “improving the quality of our build environment through human-scaled, well-formed, inclusive spaces that make people feel at ease”.

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First National Byron – Denzil Lloyd – 0481 864 049

Throughout the home, high-pitched, timber-clad ceilings allow light to pour into the space and add a sense of warmth and comfort. Polished concrete contrast with the wood throughout, adding depth to the home’s interior. Plenty of space throughout and around allows for effortless entertainment when having guests over. The heritage home style is still evident from classical arches, a fireplace, traditional ornate ceilings, and wainscoting.

“Bangalow is always popular, and this house in particular, has seen great interest,” says Denzil Lloyd from First National Byron Real Estate. The fully renovated and expanded home was commended in the AIA 2014 NSW Country Division Awards. The current owners’ favourite thing about the abode is the “delightful blend of modern and heritage features” and more importantly, the lifestyle it offers.

The asking price for a home of this calibre, based on recent market comparables, sits at $6,000,000.

Bangalow Suburb Snapshot
  • – $1,590,000 Annual Median Price
  • – 10.32% Annual Growth
  • – 2,021 Population
  • – 14km to Byron Bay
  • – 43 Average Age

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