Akita, popular Alcorn Street, Suffolk Park holiday rental sold

Akita, popular Alcorn Street, Suffolk Park holiday rental sold
Akita, popular Alcorn Street, Suffolk Park holiday rental sold

Harvey Norman boss Katie Page has sold Akita, her popular longtime Byron Bay holiday rental investment, set on the sands of Tallow Beach, for around $2.6 million.

Page, one of the longest CEO's having taken the helm of the retail giant in 1999, bought the Suffolk Park home in 2006.

The Balinese inspired beachfront has three bedroom.

It sits privately behind 100-year-old Vietnamese entry gates to the hand carved Balinese front door.

A self-contained, one bedroom rustic cottage called Bamboo Beach Shack sits in the Zen like gardens and is moments from the beach.

First National Byron Bay agents Su Reynolds and Helene Adams sold the Alcorn Street home.

This article first appeared in The Daily Telegraph.

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