ALPINE cabin structure and mid-century modernism come collectively on this epic new construct nestled within the Gold Coast Hinterland.
Kooringal Lodge, with a surprising mixture of timber, black and stone, hit the market this week and it’s acquired no scarcity of luxurious options.
Paul and Nicky Harms are the brains behind the residence – the pair isn’t any stranger to Gold Coast property with a string of renovated and new builds beneath their belt.
Whereas their traditional stomping floor was Burleigh Heads, the pair determined to move west to the Hinterland the place they stumbled throughout 30 Kooringal Court docket.
“Tallebudgera is an attractive a part of the Gold Coast so after we noticed this residence and the seclusion of the block alongside the gorgeous panorama and the potential to create a big residence and nonetheless have ample land the choice was made,” Mrs Harms mentioned.
“The design was born from the intimacy of the personal web site, its connection to its rural rainforest sort environment and the topography of the terrain.”
The home was created by Reece Keil Design and delivered to life by Mr Harms’ Gold Coast-based building firm PJH Constructions.
However even he wasn’t resistant to the constructing impacts of the pandemic.
“We’ve had vital delays and worth will increase throughout the board,” Mrs Harms mentioned.
“Entry to supplies has been difficult and way more costly than previous to Covid.”
However they acquired the job finished and the top result’s one thing particular.
The four-bedroom home encompasses a mixture of timber, black and stone.
Standout options embody a separate studio, pool, glass wine cellar, timber staircase and sunken firepit.
“I feel the quantity of various entertaining areas within the house is the standout,” Mrs Harms mentioned.
“The pool space has a bar and varied areas to sit down by the heated pool and the balconies off the principle residence and the retreat are overlooking the gorgeous tree outlook.”
Whereas the home is being bought through expressions of curiosity, Mrs Harms mentioned she hoped it will attraction to a variety of consumers.
“The Gold Coast market nonetheless appears sturdy,” she mentioned.
“It’s actually not as loopy because it was however our sense is that high quality properties with a degree of distinction are nonetheless promoting and fairly shortly.
“The seclusion of the property, the scale of the land, the distinctiveness and dimension of the house (745m2) and the proximity to native colleges and exquisite seashores places it in a league of its personal.”
The best sale in Tallebudgera is $6.2 million paid in 2014 for 49 Tallebudgera Connection Rd.