In conversation with Lilli Waters…
“The land was nothing but farmland in the 70s, the family planted hundreds of trees on this property in Burringbar, NSW and now it’s a forest covering 16 acres of land with a creek… it feels Balinese, tropical and utterly magical.
The house was designed to be an outdoor home, so you feel like you’re showering outside, as you look onto the forest through glass windows, and the toilets are compostable.
The small cabin by the creek that my husbands late dad built was lost in the big floods, which changed the landscape in quite a big way, and they came close to losing the house in the catastrophic fires, which was very frightening.
Burringbar was a sleepy unknown town up until covid hit and then prices skyrocketed in that area, being only 25 mins to Byron Bay. It’s changed quite rapidly over the last few years, which feels weird for a small country area with only one road in and out.. “
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