A luxurious property in Yamba, situated just an hour from Byron Bay, has hit the market with a price guide of $13-$14 million.
Covering 40 hectares, the residence boasts a range of opulent amenities including a professional golf course and a practice putting green.
Christian Sergiacomi, the listing agent from Pacifico Property, labels the estate as “pure paradise,” according to realestate.com.au.
“It’s truly one of a kind,” he added.
The property provides 360-degree views of the surrounding river and dense greenery, offering a serene, secluded atmosphere.
According to Mr Sergiacomi, it’s designed as a “wellness sanctuary.”
Further enhancing its appeal is the property’s private river access, allowing for a quick 10-minute boat journey to the town centre.
For those with air travel in mind, the estate also features ample space for helicopter landing.
The property is well-equipped for entertainment and relaxation.
It comes with an integrated indoor-outdoor sono sound system, a bar, swimming pool, and an outdoor kitchen.
The estate also features a courtyard illuminated with festive lighting and a special room with a disco ball.
Originally responsible for renovating The Bower Hotel in Byron Bay, the current owners built this residence, known as ‘Micalo,’ employing similar high-end design elements.
The main house comprises five bedrooms and five bathrooms, along with a media room and games room.
An additional private studio is linked to the main house through covered decking and can accommodate a super king bedroom.
Parking is not an issue as the property can host up to 16 cars.
Additional features include a half basketball court, a fish cleaning bench, a boat cleaning bay, and a magnesium-heated spa.
Previously, the residence has served as a luxury rental and has been the backdrop for fashion shoots, events, and even a wedding earlier this year.
Situated five minutes from Yamba’s Village centre, residents have easy access to a farmers market, restaurants, and unspoilt beaches.
With a growing population of around 6388 residents, Yamba is quickly emerging as a rival to Byron Bay, according to data from Clarence Valley council.