Incredible Bangalow property the most viewed in Australia this week

No. 6 Burrawan Place in Bangalow is up for sale.

An incredible property in the Byron Bay hinterland is the most viewed in Australia attracting nearly 120,000 clicks in just three days.

The property at 6 Burrawan Place in Bangalow was the most viewed property in Australia on this week, with agent Braden Walters of Belle Property Byron Bay describing it as the most “idyllic Byron hinterland property”.

“It’s gone interstellar,” he said.

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Take a swim and relax on the deck.

Bright and spacious interiors.

“We have had 120 email inquiries which is a really good sign.”

The home has been transformed by the current owners, who moved up from Sydney in 2016.

The young couple paid $678,000 for a rundown 1983 gem which had exposed brown brick and an olive roof.

What they have created is the ultimate tropical entertainer with four bedrooms, a combined kitchen, living and dining area, a saltwater swimming pool with deck and sprawling lawns.

The large block is a rarity for the suburb.

Like living in a tropical resort.

There is also a separate workshop or studio, a double garage, fire pit and wood fired pizza oven. All of this is on a spacious 1,344sqm of manicured grounds at the end of a cul-de-sac and backing onto a creek reserve.

“The owners have an eye for styling and it’s just one of those properties that looks amazing – they have almost created the perfect home,” Mr Walters said.

The main bedroom has a walk-in dressing room and luxury ensuite, while the converted upstairs loft is the ideal home office or guest accommodation.

Prospective parties from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and inland are all interested, looking for a sea-change.

The property has been transformed.

Warm up in front of the fire during the cooler months.

Just a 500m walk from the Bangalow Farmers Market, boutique shops and restaurants, the property is in the perfect spot and located in one of Australia’s most popular regions.

Due to current restrictions the property is for sale via an open negotiation online auction, where buyers can compete for the property up until the final bidding stage on May 7.

Despite this, it could sell tomorrow at the discretion of the owner.

The highest bid is currently $1.3 million.

The bidding is currently at $1.3 million, with the property valued at around $1.6 million pre-COVID-19, according to Mr Walters.

Virtual and private appointments are available, both adhering to the strict health and safety guidelines.

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