Come on a walk through an exquisite countryside manor, 81 Myocum Road, Ewingsdale, NSW 2481.
“Welcome back to another episode of OzHomeNews. Today we’re in Myocum, just six kilometres from Byron Bay, at a beautiful farm estate sprawling 12 acres where the scenery is magical and the home- simply gorgeous.
“This is Tooraloo, a heavenly haven built in 1910 when all this was once a dairy farm and as you can even see behind me this was the original section of the home, today looking as good as new.
“The animals are the heart and soul of this place. Imagine watching them over a picnic under the se200 year old fig trees; a showplace of the what the local farming community has to offer.
“There’s a vintage fantasy in every part of this paradise. Is this cute or what? Just another spot to relax, breathe in the views and take in the native garden scents.
“Inside the main home, the attention to detail is superb. The way it’s uniquely decorated with gorgeous antiques from around the world, it’s what this place extra special.
“We are now entering the original part of the home where the attention to detail is fascinating. The way it’s uniquely decorated with gorgeous antiques from around the world- it’s what makes this place extra special.
There’s 5 bedrooms along here and they all have a vintage palette with a soft intensity. There’s a lot of white, baby blue, pink, complimenting the original floorboards.
This is the master bedroom, there is so much personality in here, but still looks and feels fresh. It flows into a gorgeous bathroom where you find a pebble-stoned floor in the shower and a clawfoot tub with the best view in the house.
“Here in this formal dining room is where the old house ends and fuses with modern design. If you keep walking through the hallway, past this quirky powder room, you’ll find the heart of the home.
One of the first things you notice is the hanging shell pendant, illuminating this place with unique character.
“This long kitchen with modern appliances is apart of the living room where entertaining can take place in front of an audience and out here, wouldn’t it be nice to just grab a guitar, play some tunes, watch the sun go down. Perhaps later, invite some friends over to the rustic poolside cabana.
“There’s also this fire pit area, a BBQ hut over there and a heritage tea house nearby too- just a few of Tooraloo many treasure’s.
“You’ll be amazed at some of the things you can find here. This for instance is Byron Bay’s original bus shelter and if you look closely you can still see the signage out the back.
“And one of the hardest working rooms in the house has also received extra love and attention. This is the laundry and look at leadlight windows over there, honouring the art of yesteryear.
You can also stay inside this villa and along with the stylish barn and sunset cottage, you could host a range of events here.
“From weddings to wellness retreats, there is plenty of room for guests stay the night. There’s even DA approval to put a cafe in place, and whether you’re a visitor or a custodian, you will leave here feeling truly inspired.
Property features include:
Land size: 4.86ha
Swimming pool- in-ground
81 Myocum Road, Ewingsdale, NSW, 2481
Dominique Vasers Williams