Colourful Hinterland home has climate-smart features

‘Windsong’ at 205 Beechmont Rd, Advancetown
THIS bold Hinterland home boasts 360-degree views from high above the bright lights of the Gold Coast — but the property itself is a sight to behold in all its brilliant colour.
Known as Windsong, the acreage home at 205 Beechmont Rd, Advancetown sits 285m above sea level, offering views from every angle across rainforest to the city skyline and beyond to the Pacific Ocean.
It is marketed by Kollosche’s Sam Guo and Julia Kuo, with Marco De Vincentiis, and goes under the hammer on October 29.
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Windsong’s striking design is highlighted in vivid style, with interior and exterior walls painted in bright colour blocks of contrasting hues, while floor tiles downstairs feature an incredible gold-leaf detail.
Spanning two storeys, the luxury home is ideally equipped to provide its owners with an all-encompassing stay-at-home resort lifestyle.
The four-bedroom, four-bathroom house sits on a 3.19ha allotment, surrounded by landscaped gardens where 100 varieties of native plants flourish, along with two fish ponds.
Inside, open-plan living areas with soaring ceilings offer an inviting space for family and guests to relax, with a home cinema and billiards room with bar adding appeal.
Gold-leaf tiles inside the open-plan living zoneSpace and privacy
There are two covered al fresco entertaining areas with a barbecue kitchen, solar-heated spa and pool, while a top-floor balcony provides another vantage point to take in those spectacular views.
But this home isn’t just for looks. It is packed with climate-smart features to allow for a self-sustainable lifestyle.
As acreage estates in this area are not connected to town water, daily supply is managed by a 200,000L capacity Aquacure filtration system, and a BioCycle greywater cycle which also irrigates the gardens.
There’s a generator back-up power supply, storage and work sheds, and vegetable gardens.
Mr De Vincentiis said there’s also a rooftop sprinkler system to provide an extra barrier against natural disaster.
Home cinemaThe sprawling master bedroom with private lounge
Buyers tempted to go off-grid may be surprised — or comforted — to discover the home is just ten minutes’ drive from Nerang, and within 15 minutes of the M1.
Property records show the dwelling was purchased for $1.355m in 2014 by owner-occupiers.
While the vendors infused the home with their own vibrant style, it was also primed for a makeover by new owners, Mr De Vincentiis said.
“This home’s style obviously reflects that very personal colourful taste — the photos don’t even do it justice,” Mr De Vincentiis said.
“And surprisingly, insects are not attracted to those bright colours.
“But the view is just simply irreplaceable, so if the only thing you don’t like is the paint, well, that’s easily changed,” he said.
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On the ground floor are two bedrooms as well as the living and dining zone, opening onto wide patios.
Upstairs is the huge master bedroom, with its private lounge, walk-in wardrobe and ensuite with double vanity; along with another bedroom and full-sized study, plus the cinema and a bathroom.

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