Architecturally Designed Beach House
This house will delight a nature lover.
Sit on the deck and watch the bush come alive around the billabong, which is connected to Belongil Creek and surrounded by littoral rainforest.
This steel framed house was built to architect Gabriel Poole’s passive solar design, which produces environmentally sustainable, energy responsible homes. The high ceilings and louvre windows, which catch the afternoon breeze, contribute to the ambience of this beach house.
The garden has a variety of Australian natives and palms, and some exotic fruit trees, including jackfruit, guava, davison plum, Brazilian cherry, sea grape, black sapote and curry tree.
A variety of wildlife have made this billabong their home including water dragons, ducks, baby currawongs, spoonbills, egrets, cormorants and Kookaburras.
This house lends itself to the Byron Bay lifestyle. It is convenient to the CBD and the beach is only a short bike ride away.