Love Island Australia’s Byron Bay mansion hits the market for $12.5M


Love Island Australia’s Byron Bay mansion hits the market for $12.5M – complete with country views, outdoor pool and plenty of room for romance

The spectacular mansion featured in season three of Love Island Australia has hit the market. 

Located in the Byron Bay hinterland, northern NSW, the sprawling property named ‘Amelika’ has a price guide of 11.5M to $12.M

Amelika sits nestled on 25 acres of picturesque countryside, and boats five bedrooms and three bathrooms.

The spectacular mansion featured in season three of Love Island Australia has hit the market. Pictured: Love Island Australia season 3 winners Mitch Hibberd and Tina Provis (pictured)

The spectacular mansion featured in season three of Love Island Australia has hit the market. Pictured: Love Island Australia season 3 winners Mitch Hibberd and Tina Provis (pictured)

It also has an outdoor swimming pool, open-air fire pit, a separate farmhouse and a spacious wooden outdoor deck for entertaining. 

The expansive living quarters seamlessly connect with the outdoors, while and the industrial detailing of the house ensures the rooms can be manipulated to suit the seasons, time of day and the number of people occupying the space. 

The kitchen is divided in two sections ensuring the minimalist part of the kitchen is only visible to guests in the living areas.

Located in the Byron Bay hinterland, northern NSW, the sprawling property named 'Amelika' has a price guide of 11.5M to $12.M

Located in the Byron Bay hinterland, northern NSW, the sprawling property named ‘Amelika’ has a price guide of 11.5M to $12.M 

Amelika sits nestled on 25 acres of picturesque countryside, and boats five bedrooms and three bathrooms.

Amelika sits nestled on 25 acres of picturesque countryside, and boats five bedrooms and three bathrooms.

Other features include insulated underfloor solar hydronic heating and solar hot water.

Designed by architect Sharon Fraser, Amelika has won several awards since its development in 2008, including the Best Property in Australia award in 2009. 

It comes as Love Island Australia prepares to film season four in Mallorca, Spain. 

It also has an outdoor swimming pool, open-air fire pit, a separate farmhouse and a spacious wooden outdoor deck for entertaining

It also has an outdoor swimming pool, open-air fire pit, a separate farmhouse and a spacious wooden outdoor deck for entertaining

Other features include insulated underfloor solar hydronic heating and solar hot water

 Other features include insulated underfloor solar hydronic heating and solar hot water

The Nine show last filmed in Spain back in 2018 during its first season. 

The second season was filmed in Fiji, while the third was shot back how in Byron Bay due to Covid-19 travel restrictions. 

Sophie Monk will return as the show’s host this year.  

There is also outdoor entertainment space for guests to mingle and relax

There is also outdoor entertainment space for guests to mingle and relax

It comes as Love Island Australia prepares to film season four in Mallorca, Spain. Sophie Monk (pictured) will return as the show's host this year

It comes as Love Island Australia prepares to film season four in Mallorca, Spain. Sophie Monk (pictured) will return as the show’s host this year

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