186 Wongawallen Drive, Wongawallen is going under the hammer on January 28.
With sweeping views across the Gold Coast to northern New South Wales and the ocean, a newly-built Wongawallan home boasts one of the most Instagram-worthy outlooks on the Gold Coast.
The sprawling single level, four-bedroom home sits atop 4.5ha of private land, with every aspect of the residence designed to take in the stunning view.
The luxury home is the work of Jon and Penny Moore who created the contemporary residence as their family home.
Luxury at every turn.
One of the bathrooms.
“We bought the property in 2021 and at that stage there was an older-style house there,” Ms Moore explained.
“But it didn’t really take in the view to the best of its ability and that was something we wanted to showcase.”
Two years in the design and building phase, the home tapped into Mr Moore’s expertise as a builder and features floor-to-ceiling windows up to 4.8m in height.
“You can see right over the top of the Gold Coast then out to the ocean,” Ms Moore said. “You can even watch the tankers going past in the distance.”
The house has an open plan design.
In the kitchen, a splash back made of one-way glass reflects the panoramic vista while also ensuring it is visible from inside the adjoining butler’s pantry.
“Wherever you are, you can see that view,” Ms Moore said. “Even the shower and bath in the master bedroom look out over the landscape.”
What a view!
With no neighbours in sight, the home is completely private, and Ms Moore explained the ‘wow factor’ unfolded the moment people entered the driveway.
“We deliberately curved the driveway so the view opens up right in front of you, then when you arrive at the front door you can see right through the house to the Gold Coast city skyline,” Ms Moore said.
“Everyone reacts with a ‘wow’ and inevitably people take out their phones and start taking pictures.”
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Dine in style.
As for her favourite part of the property, Ms Moore said the covered entertaining area was hard to beat.
Complete with a built-in gas barbecue, it looks directly onto an infinity edge pool, with the Gold Coast as its backdrop.
“All the doors open up so you have this massive alfresco entertaining area that takes in the lounge and kitchen as well,” she said.
“You could fit 150 people there easily.”
The house from the outside.
Meanwhile, every bedroom is ensuited, the master has its own private outdoor retreat, and the floorplan also includes a media room, games room and home office.
And no expense has been spared on the property’s construction and fit-out.
The property boasts ducted airconditioning, a fireplace in the lounge, 36 solar panels, and Australian timber ceilings in the living areas and master bedroom.
Every detail was meticulously planned.
Built with a steel frame, over 1000 tonnes of concrete was used in the home’s construction, with the Moores using Gold Coast suppliers wherever possible.
Beyond the home, there is also an insulated shed, which comes complete with its own bathroom, kitchen, and three-phase power.
With the luxury residence recently completed, Ms Moore said the couple are now looking to take on their next project.
“It’s a beautiful house that’s designed for people who love to entertain, who want that wow factor and are looking for their dream home,” Ms Moore said.
The property is on the market with Josh Thomas of Ray White Prestige Surfers Paradise.
It goes under the hammer on January 28 at Ray White’s The Event.
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