Founders of the Byron Bay restaurant have marketed their $ 3 million location, The Beach House East Coast
Founders of popular Byron Bay restaurant The Farm market their $ 3 million The Beach House East Coast boutique hotel
Founders of the popular Byron Bay restaurant The Farm, Tom and Emma Lane, have launched their seaside boutique hotel The Beach House East Coast.
The couple purchased the property, which was previously a Christian retreat facility in 2017 for $ 3 million.
After purchasing the venue, Tom and Emma transformed it into an eco-friendly event space.
In the market: Founders of the popular Byron Bay restaurant The Farm, Tom and Emma Lane, have launched their $ 3 million boutique hotel The Beach House East Coast
Tom told Realestate.com.au: ‘I remember when we went to look at it for the first time. You drove down this little driveway and it turned into a diamond in the rough. ‘
It was run-down and neglected, but an astonishing stretch of land that looked directly north on the beach. We just knew right away that we had to do something with it. ‘
Emma explained that the couple ‘spent quite a bit of time developing it’, using recycled materials and handmade items.
Sale: The couple purchased the property, which was previously a facility for Christian retreats, in 2017 for $ 3 million
The venue is located on a secluded coastal headland and offers spectacular views of Angels Beach.
The property features beams, soft plasters and muted earth tones.
It also has seven different event spaces, including the entrance courtyard, beach shed, deck, pebble landing, ocean landing, green garden, and western courtyard.
Renovations: Emma said the couple ‘spent a fair amount of time developing them’ using recycled materials and handmade items
Spacious: The site is located on a secluded headland along the coast and offers spectacular views of Angels Beach
The Beach House also has boutique-style accommodation that can accommodate up to 24 guests.
The space consists of four rooms with queen beds and eight rooms with king or split kings.
The property also has private access to Angel Beach and Shelly Beach.
Neutral: The property features wood, soft renders and muted earth tones