Koreelah, authentic Arts and Crafts home at Skinners Shoot

Koreelah, authentic Arts and Crafts home at Skinners Shoot
Koreelah, authentic Arts and Crafts home at Skinners Shoot

Commercial property investors James Dawson and Anthony?Pangallo are selling Koreelah, their five-bedroom 1905 Byron Bay hinterland farmhouse. 

It's an original Arts and Crafts-style house nestled on the hill below St Helena at Skinners Shoot.

All its rooms home featuring mahogany and teak floors and rosewood detailed ceilings open onto verandas.

The location was first settled in 1890, with the 1905 house trading for the only time in 1998 when bought from the original owners, the Raywards, one of Byron’s oldest families .

It had a sympathetic renovation to make it all quite luxurious.

There's a pool in its  two-hectare Skinners Shoot Road grounds. 

Its short stay rates are from $750 per night in the low season to $1,500 per night in the peak.

The property is listed through Nicolette van Wijngaarden of Unique Estates  with $5 million-plus hopes when expressions of interest close October 31.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.

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