A BYRON Bay therapeutic retreat with a $10 million public sale worth information has generated worldwide curiosity from as far afield as Dubai.
Temple Byron, which attracts comparisons to a magical scene from a fairytale film with 1000’s of crystals all through the property, is in the marketplace for the primary time in additional than 15 years.
CoreLogic information reveal the seller paid $1.32 million in 2006 for the sprawling 1.17ha property at 46 Melaleuca Drive.
Kollosche Broadbeach brokers Kim Jones and Karin Heller are advertising and marketing the landmark property and say it’s a “once-in-a-lifetime” providing.
“I’ve by no means marketed something so distinctive and so non secular earlier than,” Ms Jones stated.
“You stroll in and it’s simply stunning and it actually feels so peaceable.”
In line with its web site, Temple Byron supplies a “a sacred area for non secular practices in addition to seminars and workshops designed to advertise self-discovery and private transformation”.
It hosts a wide range of lessons from yoga and meditation to Pilates and tai chi.
There are 5 separate buildings together with a corridor that opens to a big lined deck space with kitchen amenities, an imported 10m Mongolian yurt, barn-style shed, fundamental five-bedroom residence and a number of other automobile parks.
Ms Jones stated for the reason that property launched to the market earlier this week, she had been inundated with curiosity.
“We’re getting curiosity all the way in which from Dubai, Melbourne, Sydney and from a number of locals,” she stated.
“Somebody may are available right away and work and take bookings. It actually could possibly be absolutely practical right away.”
“There’s so many issues you could possibly do with it.”
She stated the seller wished to retire and so was motivated to promote.
“He has put a lot effort into this place down to each plant and each crystal,” she stated.
“It’s a really therapeutic place.”
The property goes beneath the hammer on October 19.
Whereas it’s unlawful to point a worth pre public sale in Queensland, public sale worth guides are allowed in NSW.