70 Monday Dr, Tallebudgera Valley is under offer for $2.9m
It’s the little house on a big bush block that is shaking up the concept of acreage living.
A prominent medical couple offered a sizeable $2.9 million on the contemporary three-bedroom home at 70 Monday Dr, Tallebudgera Valley.
Once unconditional, it ranks among the top five highest ever sales for a residential property in the sought-after semi-rural area, with the newly built home punching well above its weight alongside sprawling dual living estates.
Named Il Ruscello — ‘stream’ in Italian — for its proximity to Annabel Creek, the single-level home’s internal space measures 236sq m and was conceived by Burleigh Heads-based Stuart Osman Building Designs.
Flow from indoors to outdoors
Marketing agent Scott Keatley, of Queensland Sotheby’s International Realty, said the design provided a low maintenance lifestyle for the vendors, a young professional couple who bought the 5,477sq m vacant block in 2019 for $515,000.
It proved the perfect empty-nesters’ retreat for the new owners and their two dogs, who are relocating from Southport.
“The home was completed in mid-2021 and everything has beeen finished to a very high specification and the result is really avant garde,” Mr Keatley said.
“There is a beautiful flow throughout the house and you have the 9.6m pocket doors that open out onto the balcony to continue that lovely flow from indoors to outdoors.”
American oak flooring and high-end finishes throughout
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Timber-and-black clad exteriors lead onto an open-plan living space with American oak flooring and a designer kitchen with stone benchtops, brushed brass tapware and high-end appliances as well as a wine cellar.
A French fireplace warms the entire home during crisp Valley nights in winter, while summers are best spent enjoying the al fresco area, with its wide spotted gum decking, 6m x 3m heated mosaic-tiled pool, and built-in barbecue kitchen.
Considered landscaping further complements the bush setting, with 60 olive trees an addition to large mature established trees and native shrubs.
There’s three bedrooms and two bathrooms
Tallebudgera Valley’s record sale price was $6.2m for the notoriously extravagant mansion on Tallebudgera Connection Rd purchased by billionaire Riyu Li in 2014.
Mr Li’s property is spread over 14.94ha and has been on the market with a $30m price tag since early 2021.
“There is still very high demand for acreage properties in the Tallebudgera Valley and this sale sets a new record for the district for a small house,” Mr Keatley said.
“It’s a fantastic result.”
It was designed for low maintenance acreage living
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