1920s Coorabell Byron Bay hinterland homestead sale

1920s Coorabell Byron Bay hinterland homestead sale
1920s Coorabell Byron Bay hinterland homestead sale

The former Better Homes and Gardens presenter Scott McGregor and his partner Wendy Gray have sold their Byron Bay hinterland property.

The 1920's timber home was relocated to its Coorabell location from Alstonville. 

Set on 4000 sqm in Tim Hayes designed gardens, Coorabell House has four bedrooms, a large entertaining deck and solar heated salt water pool with Bali style spa hut.

The home was restored in 2009 having cost $1.37 million in 2008 and features a self-contained guest suite for added rental income.

They were initially seeking $1.6 million late last year but the Alexandria based couple settled for just over $1.43 million through Unique Estates Australia agent Gary Brazenor.

Scott runs the travel company Railway Adventures and Wendy works at the Australian Film television and Radio School.

Unique Estates agent Nicolette van Wijngaarden sold a nearby 17 hectare Wilsons Creek estate, Skynest at $1.85 million late last year to the Cornell family.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.

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Residential Sale

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