A long-term Newcastle property developer has taken the plunge into Byron Bay, as the holiday mecca continues its makeover as a sea change destination appealing to retirees.

The developer shifted to Byron Bay after recognising Newcastle’s off-the-plan real estate market was now a little crowded.

For his first endeavor in Byron Bay, the developer is offering nine architecturally designed ‘lock and leave’ townhouses as part of The Patersons a stunning off-the-plan development, recently listed on SeniorsHousingOnline/downsizing.com.au.

Luxury finishes and oodles of space

A brilliant architect who delights in creating space was commissioned for the project. Moreover, no funds will be spared in delivering luxurious finishes, including polished concrete floors and quality European appliances.

The main bedrooms come with large walk-in- wardrobes and attractive ensuites. The second and third bedrooms have space to burn and built-in wardrobes. Fans cool every bedroom, while there is air conditioning for the living areas and kitchen.

Each townhouse has a private landscaped courtyard and an attractive streetscape appearance using external and internal pallets.

Location, location

The Patersons is just 100 metres from a local GP, while the new purpose-built, Byron Central Hospital, is a significant attraction for retirees moving to the famous town.

The two-bedroom townhouses start from $799,000 and the three-bedroom properties begin at $899,000. These prices are just right for cashed upped retirees and will leave plenty of surplus money over for enjoying the lifestyle opportunities that famous Byron Bay offers. 

The Patersons is close to Tallows Beach on the south side of Cape Byron and just 1.5 kilometres to famed Main Beach, a major attraction for locals and tourists. Three iconic cafes are nearby, and a brand-new Woolworths supermarket is just minutes away.

For downsizers with a travel bug, its only fifty minutes by car to Gold Coast International Airport and less than a half hour to Ballina Airport.

Given its evolving local infrastructure and relative affordability, Byron Bay is a "sea change 101" destination for Sydney and Brisbane buyers. That said, there are plenty of retirees shifting to the town from nearby farms and villages.

This is a fantastic listing demonstrating that more developers with an eye on the baby boomer market are employing SeniorsHousingOnline/downsizing.com.au to reach out successfully to retirees.


To find out more about this new development in Byron Bay, and to make an enquiry before they sell out -

Click on this link to the listing.