Gold Coast Hinterland property Dahlia Estate up for sale

Dahlia Estate is officially hitting the market on March 24, 2023.
IT’S built into the side of a hill with a long list of luxury features from a helipad and outdoor gym to a resort-style pool and tennis court.
Welcome to Dahlia Estate, a sprawling house which hits a new level of design in the picturesque Gold Coast Hinterland.
Ross and Ashley Hankin are behind the property in the picturesque Tallebudgera Valley.

Dahlia Estate is at 53 Gibsonville St, Tallebudgera Valley.

Helipad anyone?

Take a dip in the pool.
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The pair, who has two children, decided on a tree change during Covid, and swapped their beach pad for life at Dahlia Estate.
They paid $1.725 million for the 2.19ha block which settled in February, 2021.
“Our initial concept for Dahlia was simple — to do justice to this incredible property,” Ms Hankin said.
“It is the most unique site we have ever come across, so we knew whatever we were going to build had to take advantage of the uninterrupted views and natural landscape of the land.”

Dahlia Estate owners Ashley and Ross Hankin with their sons Zai and Jax.
Dahlia Estate at 53 Gibsonville St, Tallebudgera Valley.
Inside there is plenty of natural light.
With the help of designer Jayson Pate the pair got to work.
Mr Hankin, a builder who owns boutique residential and commercial construction company HNKN, started the build in 2021.
“Overall the build went very smoothly,” Ms Hankin said. “Rain did cause disruption at times but we were able to push through.
“Because we built the home ourselves using our building company, we were in full control of everything at all times.”

Dahlia Estate at 53 Gibsonville St, Tallebudgera Valley.
Dahlia Estate at 53 Gibsonville St, Tallebudgera Valley.
The end result is a jaw-dropping mix of exposed concrete, wood and stone paired perfectly with louvres, glass and skylights to create a warm and inviting space.
The name Dahlia Estate came from an aerial view of the property – it looked like a dahlia flower.
The curve of the house sets the scene while the standout feature is without a doubt the mountain views.

Everything has been meticulously planned and executed.
An aerial of the pool.
The location is hidden from the street but as soon as you get to the house, it’s hard not to gravitate to the spectacular vista.
“Any time we get a visitor they all say the same thing — there is a feeling in our home, there is something indescribable about it,” she said.
“And no photos or videos can truly capture it. It is truly a one-of-a-kind property.”
The four-bedroom house rises two levels yet because it is built into a hill, both levels access the ground.

The house makes a statement from every turn.
The games room on the lower level.
The lower level include the car port, games room and bar, and guest wing while two staircases access the upper level.
Olive trees are central to the staircases while oval skylights sit above both sets to create plenty of natural light.
The upper level has the kitchen, dining and living areas as well as the bedrooms.

The house is a showstopper.
The kitchen is a popular space for the Hankin family.
“The area we spend most of our time in is the living and kitchen area,” Ms Hankin said.
“It has the most incredible views out to Springbrook Mountain as well as having full view of the pool and tennis court area.
“So we can be cooking dinner and enjoying the view while still being able to watch the kids swim in the pool.”

Every detail was carefully thought out.

Both levels access the ground as the house is built into a hill.
The couple said living at Dahlia Estate had been a special time for their family.
“We get to spend so much quality time together, while enjoying all the fun spaces we have created for our family,” Ms Hankin said.
“We play tennis, basketball, ride bikes, swim in the pool, use the sauna, workout in the outdoor gym, watch movies in the cinema and Tallebudgera Creek is just a short stroll down the road.
“But when we need downtime there is nowhere more peaceful and cosy than our home.”
The estate, which is gated from the street, also includes a guesthouse with a bedroom, living area and bathroom.
Other features include a helipad, tennis court, dam, sauna, viewing deck and outdoor gym.

Another aerial view.
The valley views are breathtaking.
The family’s decision to put the property on the market was not made lightly, according to Ms Hankin.
“We are selling because we have an incredible opportunity that we really want on take on,” Ms Hankin said.
“We have loved every single minute of living here, and we would love for someone to be able to enjoy our home and appreciate it as much as we have.”
Dahlia Estate officially hits the market on March 24 through Ed Cherry of Harcourts Coastal and John Fischer of PRD Burleigh Heads via expressions of interest.

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