The home is part of the Byron Beach Abodes network, which offers houses across the famous New South Wales vacation spot. It’s the latest addition to their roster of homes, each of which is designed to a different format.
Named simply The Cabin, the house – listed with First National Byron – puts a rustic spin on things thanks to weathered timber cladding, and pitched roofs that top its staggered volumes.
A fully glazed end looks onto the surrounding trees downstairs, while a smoothly curving staircase leads up to the cabin’s two en-suite bedrooms – where views stretch to the nearby Cape Byron lighthouse.
The Byron Bay property is listed fully furnished with interiors filled with dark furniture and fixings, striped textiles and a deep velvet sofa that curves around a fireplace. Price is available only by request, but the cabin last sold in 2016 for AUD$2.5m – suggesting its new owner will need deep pockets.