Byron Bay hinterland's La Grande Vue sold

Byron Bay hinterland's La Grande Vue sold
Byron Bay hinterland's La Grande Vue sold

Panoramix Studio founder Bertrand Lalanne and his wife, Dianne have sold La Grande Vue, their property at Coorabell, just west of Byron Bay.

It was 2006 when, opting out of Sydney, they bought the 1970s hinterland home on 17 hectares for $1.75 million, commissioning architect Peter Hobbs to design their retreat which was completed in 2013.

Filled with rich cedar, La Grande Vue, with high ceilings and walls of glass, was dubbed a shrine to the view.

The four-bedroom home sits on a hectare holding with four horse-friendly paddocks and stables.

There's five dams and a spring on the property which is set about 50m below the ridge line.

The Coolamon Scenic Drive home was priced at $4.35 million through Liam Annesley at LJ Hooker.

There's no price disclosure, but it is understood to have been bought by a Queensland buyer. 

Bertrand Lalanne, was born in England to an Australian mother and French father), raised in France and educated in the US, at Berklee College of Music in Boston and the Musicians Institute in Los Angeles.

His interest in recording and sound engineering came about in 1995 when he formed a band in a Parisian cellar.

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