Final stage of Byron Bay development Seacliffs hits market

Final stage of Byron Bay development Seacliffs hits market
Final stage of Byron Bay development Seacliffs hits market

One of Byron Bay’s largest residential subdivisions has achieved record prices.

Around two thirds have been sold as the final stage hits the market.

Developed by Unison Projects, Seacliffs Byron Bay is a rainforest fringed enclave.

Some 73 per cent of the estate is maintained as a nature reserve and a wildlife corridor for native animals.

The $20 million Seacliffs Byron Bay development features 34 elevated lots within a 16 hectare eco-friendly hinterland estate.

Some come with ocean views.

Unison Projects founder Jonathan Levy remarked that stage one of 11 completed lots on Hayters Drive, Suffolk Park, sold out quickly.

He added one had since achieved a record house price for the suburb.

Additionally, seven of the second stage of eight lots have been sold, with five of the 16 lots in the third and final stage also already traded.

“The response to Seacliffs has been fantastic particularly from the local market as most of our buyers were already living in the Byron Bay region,” Levy said.

“The project has proven that Byron buyers are back.”

McGrath agent Nick Dunn added that stage three home lot sites range from 616 sqm to 1156 sqm.

The prices are between $600,000 and $660,000, set just a few minutes to Tallow Beach and the Suffolk Park shops, and only eight minutes to the heart of Byron Bay.

“Seacliffs is where the hinterland meets the sea,” Levy said.

 

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