Eco-friendly Byron Bay hinterland home sells for $3.76 million

Eco-friendly Byron Bay hinterland home sells for $3.76 million
Eco-friendly Byron Bay hinterland home sells for $3.76 million

Ian Moore, the former Clean Energy Finance Corporation board member, has sold his eco-friendly home, Coorabell Dreaming, in the Byron Bay hinterland.

The home sold for $3.76 million through McGrath Byron Bay agent Ruth Gotterson to a Brisbane buyer.

Designed by local architect Sam Zaher, the three-bedroom house sits 100 metres above sea level with views over the Myocum Valley to the ocean.

Coorabell Dreaming is completely off the grid, relying on a 45 solar panel system, a battery bank and a back-up generator too.

The double glazed home has multi-layered insulation to further minimise energy consumption.

It also comes with a 14,000 tree rainforest plantation.

There are two 45,000 litre water tanks.

Moore, who considers himself an “economic green” and his wife, Di, spend most of their time in their Sydney home.

Initially had it with a price guide of $4.2 million last year, with no price guidance more recently from McGrath selling agent Ruth Gotterson.

Moore also served as the Head of Corporate Finance at Bankers Trust Investment Bank and has been an Independent Non-Executive Director of Challenger Listed Investments.

This article first appeared in The Daily Telegraph. 

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