Love Island Australia series 3 home Amelika in Byron Bay sold with $11.5 million to $12.5 million guide – realestate.com.au

Love Island Australia series 3 home Amelika in Byron Bay sold with $11.5 million to $12.5 million guide - realestate.com.au

Amileka starred in season 3 of Love Island Australia, which wasn’t on an island, until you rely Australia.


Amileka, the up to date homestead at Federal within the Byron Bay hinterland, has been bought some 4 months after being listed with an $11.5 million to $12.5 million information.

The five-bedroom 2008-built dwelling on 10ha hosted the third season of Love ­Island Australia on Channel 9 and 9Now, which was received by Mitch Hibberd and Tina Provis.

Tina Provis and Mitch Hibberd had been the winners of the third season of Love Island Australia at Amileka, which isn’t an island.


The Blackbean Lane dwelling, ­designed by architect Sharon ­Fraser, was bought by McGrath Byron Bay brokers Nick Duke and Ollie Charkos with no worth disclosure to a Sydney purchaser.

It was final traded in 2015 for $3.5 million when purchased by the Johnson household from Tom and Emmaline Lane, founders of The Farm.

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The house was price tuning in for, undecided about the remainder of the present.


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It’s simply bought after being listed with a $11.5m to $12.5m information.


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Nup, not an island. Image: Distinctive Estates


With a passive-solar design, the single-level dwelling boasts an 18m pool.

The grounds have an orchard with limes, lemons, mandarins and oranges.

There’s additionally a vegetable backyard and chooks – and the 100-year-old black bean tree.

Federal’s final huge sale was in February, which suggests the gross sales momentum has dissipated.

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The 18m pool, too brief for racing, ok for loads of different stuff.


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It’s higher to have beloved and misplaced than by no means to have … blah, blah, blah … Image: Distinctive Estates.


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