Designed as part of The Vela Properties project, Samudra House is inspired by the pristine oceans of the surrounding coastline. With hints of the Mediterranean the home is instantly welcoming with layers of white, textured, rendered surfaces and the warmth of timber. Sitting proudly on the corner of the allotment under a majestic gum tree, the oversized bespoke timber windows capture its beauty and draw in the northern sun and spectacular amber sunsets.

With strong contemporary finishes, natural materials and textures, Samudra House offers 4 expansive bedrooms, multiple living areas and outdoor zones, along with the perfect blend of carefully curated design elements and the rawness of the Australian coastal palette.

Located in the “golden grid” of Byron Bay, the home is just a short 100m stroll to local cafes, restaurants and 200m to the beach through a gorgeous bush track. Featuring 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 2 living areas and lushly landscaped outdoor entertaining areas, it is the perfect space for multiple families and larger groups to reconnect and unwind. Samudra House is light filled and designed specifically for entertaining and hosting larger groups boasting a number of open plan zones and break out spaces as well as a perfectly oriented beautiful alfresco space with a heated pool, covered dining and sitting areas and BBQ space designed to be enjoyed year-round.
Rest and rejuvenation is easy to achieve with the luxurious king size master suite with its private balcony overlooking the breath-taking gum tree, walk in robe and ensuite. Upstairs you will also find 2 queen size suites each with unique bathroom spaces. Downstairs is a playful bunk bedroom which sleeps 6 and the main bathroom and laundry area.

Designed with every amenity and detail in mind, creating the ultimate barefoot getaway was our key objective. This home is truly a home away from home – the perfect holiday destination to share with family and friends. The newly completed Samudra House is now available for photoshoots and holiday rental via AirBnB alongside it’s sister properties, Sikata House and Lavana House.

Interior Design : The Designory | Photography : Jessie Prince, Andy MacPherson, Simon Hunter Photography