Inside the Burleigh Heads beauty quietly sold to Lleyton and Bec Hewitt

One of 2021’s most searched-for houses quietly changed hands late last year. Now, the owners are confirmed as Lleyton and Bec Hewitt.

The tennis star and his actress wife settled on the architecturally-designed Burleigh Heads pad in late September 2021 for $4.305 million, according to Domain’s Pricefinder data. The pair were on-sold the home after it initially sold at the of May for $3.75 million.

With a Sunshine State relocation imminent, the Hewitts then sold their ultra-luxurious Toorak mansion for $15.2 million in November.

The architecturally-designed home was one of Australia’s most popular on Domain in 2021. (Domain)

While the Gold Coast residence isn’t as opulent as their palatial Toorak pad, it was built in 2021 to meticulous standards, offering four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a four -car garage in one of the hottest real estate enclaves in the country.

Sold fully furnished and styled by Kira & Kira, the Hewitt’s Palm Springs-inspired home brings the wow factor.

With an open floor plan, bespoke joinery, a light palette of timber enhanced by irrigated greenery, brass accents and natural feature stone walls, it’s the ultimate beachside oasis and perfect base to enjoy Queensland’s spoils.

The Palm Spings-inspired pad is located in the burgeoning Burleigh Heads area of the Gold Coast, and features natural stone, glass and timber throughout. (Domain)

Indoor-outdoor living is enhanced via use of cavity glass stacker doors and bi-folds, seamlessly connecting the living and dining areas to the outdoor entertaining, which is comprised of an outdoor kitchen, BBQ and beer fridge, sunken in-built fire pit beautifully framed by a glass-edged pool.

This level also as a swoon-worthy kitchen with Smeg dolce designer appliances and a Butler’s pantry, a study and a separate guest wing.

Upstairs are the remaining three ensuite bedrooms, all with walk-in robes, including the palatial primary suite with feature freestanding stone bath and triple shower with overhead skylights, inbuilt seating and custom joinery.

The upstairs second lounge area with void overlooking the lower level, and cactus garden. (Domain)

Other design features include arches and curves, six-metre-high ceilings, American oak floors throughout, custom Australian brass tap ware, Italian Venetian plaster and terrazzo tiles and Santorini Clay stone feature walls.

The tennis star – former world number one, Wimbledon, US Open and Davis Cup champion – is soon to be inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame.

The ITHF statement said Hewitt will be the 34th Australian to become a Hall of Famer.

“Induction into the International Tennis Hall of Fame is tennis’ ultimate honour, representing the sum of a person’s accomplishments as being among the greatest and most impactful in sport’s history. Just 267 athletes and contributors from throughout tennis history have received this honour.”

Article source: www.nine.com.au