Perched within Byron Bay’s Golden Grid, this property is the latest, statement new build addition to Byron Bay premier properties. Making a bold impression through superb design and unbridled sophisticated luxury, this property is the seaside cabin of architectural dreams. Nestled in a quiet position of Byron’s Golden Grid, The Cabin is but within walking distance of Byron Bay hotspots, TopShop cafe, Captain Cook Lookout, Clarke’s Bach, Tallows Beach and the Cape Byron Lighthouse walking track.
The Cabin is centered around the sleek three story lime-washed spiral staircase, that layers between the media bunker, the living room, two powder rooms and two beautifully appointed en-suite bedrooms.
Starting at the ground floor, the outside is greeted in, with the natural tones of Limestone floors juxtaposed against the American Oak kitchen and custom made black velvet sofa, that is nestled comfortably next to the the French Oblica fireplace. The dark against natural and light tones is carried further throughout the entire house, as the black metal railing carries you to bedroom framed by a Ralph Lauren bedhead. This brings the focus to the king-size bed in the first master bedroom which features a luxury ensuite, a double shower inside and a sensual black Apaiser bath and shower outdoors.
The second master suite has a loft bedroom with a queen-size bed and a stunning ensuite featuring a deep round Apaiser bath and over-sized rain shower head. A black-framed geometric window fringed with billowing linen curtains frames the views that go all the way to the Cape Byron Lighthouse.
Warm natural timbers, stone benchtops, statement lighting and custom-made soft furnishings complete the picture and bring life to this house. The large expanses of custom-made black steel-framed glass windows and doors that invites the Byron light in whilst also putting the giant eucalyptus trees and abundant birdlife seemingly within arms reach. It is pure sophistication, secluded and intimate and is the pinnacle of Byron Bay luxury living.
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