John Butler Trio bass player Byron Luiters selling Thirroul property

The John Butler Trio’s bass player Byron Luiters is selling his Thirroul house. 

The recently renovated home at 29 Fords Road will hit the market next weekend. 

According to Australian Property Monitors, rock musician Luiters and wife Laura have owned it since 2011.

Selling agent, Trever Molenaar from Molenaar and McNeice said there wasn’t currently a price guide for the property. 

It incorporates three to four bedrooms.

“The music room where he used to jam could be another bedroom,” Mr Molenaar said.

The agent described it as a “really nice entertaining home” with great views. 

“It’s architecturally-designed… It’s got DA approval for another top-floor extension,” he said. 

“It’s basically renovated from the ground up, and brand new throughout.

“It’s also got views right the way down to Sandon Point.”

Aside from being a member of the popular roots-rock trio, Luiters has also undertaken band work with reality television show The Voice