At 120 Beranghi Rd, a wonderful story sits nestled in the bushland of Maria National Park.
Twenty years ago current owner and conservationist, Bill, arrived at his home among the gumtrees.
With him was his ute, a tent and a dream.
That dream was to build an unconventional treehouse that would seamlessly connect to the surrounding landscape while making the environment his friend.
For 10 years, Bill lived in a timber hut he built while he pondered how to go about his eventual masterpiece.
Recycled hardwood timbers and beams were sourced as the process began.
Originally, the plan wasn't meant to take a decade. However, the exploration of his surroundings combined with a love of surfing meant construction took a little longer than expected.
Bill was committed though.
Driven to a dream and his attention to detail, leaving no stone unturned.
Having now fulfilled his vision, Bill can sit back with pride and marvel at his creation and the beautiful scenery that surrounds it.
"How's the serenity?", Michael Caton once said.
"So much serenity."
Bill and his partner Bec are now off to a new journey.
They're hoping a lucky new owner can enjoy their beloved treehouse in the wilderness while maintaining an appreciation for the natural habitat and holistic lifestyle that this 20-acre sanctuary can offer.
Maximum energy efficiency is a major feature of this home with five minutes drive between it and the legendary surfing destination of Crescent Head.
An easterly sea breeze will welcome any occupant during their morning rise along with the sound of local fauna.
Indoors features a woodfire for those chilly nights in the living room along with a main bedroom and two guest rooms.
Outside elements include a water tank, cubby house, pontoon and bench seating around the fenced dam, along with the natural landscape of the great outdoors.
Elders Real Estate Crescent Head advises that the following government guidelines, face masks and check-in will be required upon entry to private inspections. They are also offering virtual inspections upon request.
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