Seven Mile Beach House – Byron Bay

Elegant Seaside Seclusion

Finds such as the Seven Mile Beach House are becoming increasing rare, and this amazing seaside property will soon be, in a word, priceless.Seven Mile Beach House

This is a rare opportunity to own eight acres of beach paradise that feels secluded yet is only ten minutes from Byron Bay, with access to the coast road on a sealed private lane through lush rainforest.

The seacoast and forest ambience is enthralling and the views are stunning, whether from the living and dining areas with their wraparound balconies, any of the four generous bedrooms, the large private detached studio or while just strolling through the exquisite grounds. Even the outlook from the pool, as sea and sky merge around you is quietly breathtaking.

The architects and builders were challenged to do justice to a location of such pristine beauty, and they certainly delivered on the promise of an unparalleled seaside living experience. Rich timbers accentuate the clean lines and open plans of the dining and living areas, and the bedrooms are intimate yet open to views that make mornings glorious and evenings enchanting.Pool with a view, when the Pacific Ocean isn't enough

You are also immersed in seacoast nature as you wander through grassy fields, orchard and pockets of protected rainforest, often encountering native wildlife such as echidnas and wallabies on your way to the dunes and sandy beaches of pristine Seven Mile Beach, a strip of heaven occasionally visited by locals but well off the beaten tourist track.Bathed in Nature at 7 Mile Beach House

This combination of natural beauty, privacy and convenience to Byron Bay (even Brisbane is less than two hours drive away) must be seen to believed, and a visit to the Seven Mile Beach House is almost a soul soothing holiday in itself.  Contact Nicolette ( 0411 144 877 or +61 2 6684 8266 or by email at to arrange a personal inspection and be prepared to be amazed.Room to lounge at Seven Mile Beach House

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