Casa Campana Brings Mediterranean Chic To The Tweed Coast Hinterland
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Casa Campana Brings Mediterranean Chic To The Tweed Coast Hinterland

Step inside this unique take on a family home.

By Terry Christodoulou
Fri, Apr 1, 2022 12:52pmGrey Clock 2 min

One would forgive you for thinking Casa Campana was transplanted from the Mediterranean Coast to the rolling green hills of the Tweed Coast hinterland.

Designed by Peppa Hart in collaboration with Three Birds Renovations, the 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 2-car garage residence brings a luxurious slice of Mediterranean style to Northern NSW through its arching design, whitewashed walls and breezy, open-plan layout.

Once through the aforementioned archways, the open plan living and dining area is the star. Boasting enormous scale, custom panelling overhead, and concrete hard finishes — including the kitchen workspaces — Casa Campana is effortlessly cool.

Complementing the custom concrete additions are the handmade balustrades, door handles, and joinery throughout while modern comforts such as a double-sided gas fireplace and a butler’s pantry.

Secluded by its location and sprawling 1.31-hectare plot, the European feel extends outside via oversized bi-fold doors to the smashed tiling underfoot (whitewashed, of course) and further use of concrete leading to the heated saltwater pool.

Beyond the pool sees a poolside cabana that inspires hosting, complete with a woodfired pizza oven and sink and two heated outdoor showers.

There’s also a kids and adults cubby area — one featuring a rooftop slide and servery the other a built-in daybed and wet bar.

Back inside, the upper level of the home hosts the master suite – complete with a large walk-in robe, built with custom joinery and brass handles and an opulent design, open ensuite complete with concrete benchtops.

The upper terrace wraps the master suite and accompanying studio space.

The remains of the accommodation is found downstairs, each with built-in robes alongside laundry and a separate media room.

Built with the purpose of never needing to leave, there’s a range of smart home fixtures including smart home lighting and an inbuilt sound system throughout – controlled from the butler’s pantry – alongside electric Luxaflex blackout blinds in multiple rooms.

While secluded in its orientation, the residence is in a coveted pocket of northern NSW, due to its proximity to Byron Bay, Cabarita beach and its array of cafes, restaurants and boutiques.

The listing is with Luke Savage of LS Properties (+61 477 122 559) with a price guide of $4 million.


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