If you’re on the hunt for a house around Byron Bay and have a spare $2.5 million, look no further, because Xavier Rudd‘s muso-friendly pad has just gone up for sale.
The singer-songwriter’s huge retreat north of Byron Bay is currently on the market, and it’s reportedly aiming to sell for between $2.45 million and $2.695 million.
The four bedroom, 1.27 acre property in New Brighton on the banks of Marshall’s Creek features a recording studio with double glazed windows and soundproofing, “hand-crafted clay light fittings made by local artisans”, a wine cellar, solar panels and a even a fricken’ pizza oven.
What’s more, it was all “designed to create a seamless connection with nature”, because, well, Xavier Rudd.
Rudd reportedly paid $722,500 for the land back in 2012, but it’s unclear how much it cost him to build the house.
If you’re interested in the property or just want a stickybeak, catch some photos of it below and more details at the Raine & Horne website.
Images: Raine & Horne