Set on 37-acres of jaw-dropping hinterland on Hayters Hill – minutes’ drive from Byron Bay – Eastlands is a classic four bedroom homestead with a rich history and a view that’s to-die-for.
Built in 1937 by dairy farmer Ray Hayter – on grounds that have been in the Hayter family since 1881 – the home is neatly perched on an escarpment, offering breath-taking 180-degree panoramic views of Byron Bay, farmland, and the big, blue Pacific Ocean. To this day, the property proudly remains in the stewardship of the Hayter family, continuing its rich history in the region.
Inside, this lovingly renovated, free-flowing home is designed to maximise the spectacular landscape that surrounds the property. High ceilings and floor-to-ceiling glass doors and windows feature throughout, while the home’s open plan living spaces, as well as two of the four bedrooms, flow onto three generous verandahs that wrap around the property. There’s plenty of space to entertain and unwind with two comfy lounge areas, plus indoor and outdoor dining suites to enjoy the company of family and friends among your peaceful surroundings.
The grounds of Eastlands are a sight to behold with gorgeous greenery as far as the eye can see, and Byron’s world-famous lighthouse and the glittering Pacific Ocean all part of your viewing pleasure.