Maybree Estate, Tallebudgera is on the market with a $5.5 million price tag.
Relaxed rural living meets coastal convenience in a newly built Tallebudgera Valley property with a luxury lodge-style vibe.
Located at 17 Maybree Close, Maybree Estate is a five-bedroom, five-bathroom home just an eight-minute drive from Burleigh Heads but a world away from the hustle and bustle of Gold Coast life.
Maybree Estate from the front.
Inside Maybree Estate.
Builder and part-owner Adam Mullins, who runs Wave Developments, said it was the prime location that initially attracted him to the block of land, along with the opportunity to create something totally unique.
“I knew the region and could see the development happening,” Mr Mullins said.
“We spoke to the agent and were lucky to get the pick of the properties.”
Every aspect was meticulously designed.
One of the bedrooms.
In an area renowned for its stunning prize homes, Maybree Estate, designed by Jayson Pate, showcases luxury rural living and takes full advantage of its north-facing position on a 1.62ha block of land.
“We met with the designer early on and walked the block,” Mr Mullins said. “As a result, we decided to go with a u-shape building where we could have a central courtyard and pool area that’s visible from all areas of the home.”
Connected by a breezeway, the courtyard leads to separate guest accommodation and a covered entertaining area that is complete with outdoor kitchen and offers sweeping views across the rural landscape beyond.
Inside there are high ceilings paired with wide open spaces.
The property packs a punch from every direction.
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Featuring stonework, timber and gables, the property’s exterior colour scheme and use of natural materials allows it to settle into the landscape, while inside the house a sense of theatre unfolds.
Entered via a bespoke front door, a foyer leads into an extra-wide 2.5m hallway.
“To the left are louvres where you can see through to the pool area, while to the right you catch glimpses of the stunning joinery of the mudroom and study,” Mr Mullins said.
“The whole main part of the house then reveals itself as you walk down the hall and you can see right through to the back of the block, which is breathtaking, especially on those mornings where the fog lingers over the landscape.”
Make a splash in the pool.
Stone is a common feature.
Central to the home is the vast kitchen, living and dining area, which looks out over the views and comes complete with cathedral ceilings, a curved glass wine cellar, stone fireplace and butler’s pantry.
“The kitchen, living and dining area are a key feature of the property,” Mr Mullins said. “It’s come together beautifully and is a great space to relax or entertain.”
Attention to detail is evident throughout.
One of the bathrooms.
Mr Mullins said the property’s location and design made it ideal for family living, with three ensuited bedrooms and the master suite all located together in one wing of the home. “It’s a great house for families and those who love the finer things in life as well,” he reflected.
Likening its design to a luxury farmhouse with a lodge-style feel, Mr Mullins noted the home exuded a sense of calm.
“It’s only 10 minutes from everything you need but the moment you walk into the hall, you can feel yourself calming right down,” he said. “Combined with its proximity to Burleigh, it really is a home that offers the best of both worlds.”
Completed only last month, the lodge-style retreat is on the market through Claudia Young, and Adam Young of Black & Young – Burleigh Heads for $5.5 million.
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