Interior designer Louella Tuckey buys Byron Bay hinterland cottage

Interior designer Louella Tuckey buys Byron Bay hinterland cottage
Interior designer Louella Tuckey buys Byron Bay hinterland cottage

Interior designer Louella Tuckey has bought a quaint home in the Byron Bay hinterland.

The 1910 Bangalow cottage cost $901,000.

It initially had a guide of $949,000 to $1.04 million.

Set on 570 sqm near the town centre, the home has hardwood floors, timber-lined walls and a north-facing veranda.

Harcourts Northern Rivers agent Brett McDonald sold the property’s zoning allows commercial use.

The property has a traditional gypsy caravan which was voted one of eight most interesting Airbnb properties in Australia.

Her former husband the bespoke furniture maker Mark Tuckey awaits a buyer for his $4.25 million Clareville Beach offering.

It is locally known as the Home And Away house, with the garden used as a location.

Belle Property Avalon agent Mark Griffin is marketing the home which last sold at $3.1 million in 2009.

Set on 900 sqm, the classic beach home with three bedrooms and two bathrooms features floor-to-ceiling glass, taking in views across Pittwater to Lion Island.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.

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