A dark and moody Gold Coast home that was “built to stand out” is among the most popular in Queensland this week.
The bold beauty at 22 Kooringal Court, Tallebudgera was the most viewed property on the Gold Coast and third in Queensland on property portal realestate.com.au.
It ranked number one in the state last week and was also among the top viewed properties in the country.
“Embrace bold, bespoke living with an architectural showstopper that was built to stand out from the crowd,” the listing states.
“As-new and immersed within 1.3 acres of lush greenery, this modern marvel showcases light-filled interiors within a dramatic exterior.”
“Built to a high standard, quality finishes shine throughout the double-storey main residence.”
Pops of greenery ensure the home stands out.
Agents John Fischer and Shelley Watkins of PRD Burleigh Heads are marketing the property via expressions of interest closing October 23.
Ms Watkins said she had received strong interest from both local and interstate buyers since launching the property three weeks ago.
Standout features include a concrete island bench in the kitchen, 3m ceilings and two separate bedroom wings, each accessed by separate staircases.
The main bedroom has a vaulted ceiling, full-height picture window and ensuite with a super-sized triple shower.
Outside, there is a resort-style magnesium pool, poolside pavilion with built-in kitchen, fire pit and tropical gardens.
A 120 sqm guesthouse includes a kitchen, dining, living, bathroom, laundry and two bedrooms.
The property from the air.
Property records reveal the vendor paid $3.8m for the house in March, 2021.
Kooringal Court is home to the most expensive house in Tallebudgera — No. 30 sold for $5.995 million in November, 2022.
PropTrack data reveals the median house price in Tallebudgera is $1,592,213, up 1.79 per cent over the quarter but down 0.99 per cent over 12 months.
Article source: www.realestate.com.au