Prize winners list spectacular Hinterland barn home

Offers above $3.5m are sought for the modern barn home
The winners of this prize home shifted south to experience semi-rural living in luxurious industrial style.
But one year on, they are ready to give up their high-end Gold Coast Hinterland shed home and move back to Far North Queensland.
Offers above $3.5m are sought for the striking acreage property at 427 Tallebudgera Creek Rd, Tallebudgera, marketed by Scott Keatley of Queensland Sotheby’s International Realty.
It’s set well back from the road in semi-rural Tallebudgera Valley
The home takes the shape of a modern barn with twin high-pitched roofs, connected via central living quarters with four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a powder room.
Grooved black cladding wraps the exterior of the house, creating a dramatic contrast to the surrounding green landscape of the 1.05ha block backing onto tranquil Tallebudgera Creek.
Light streams through large gable windows and expanses of glass at the front of the home, filling open-plan living areas beneath soaring ceilings reaching 5.4m in height.
Exposed black beams, off-form concrete walls and polished concrete floors anchor the space, while a suspended fireplace lends extra warmth to the cozy lounge.
Exposed beams, off-form concrete walls and polished concrete floors
Spot the perfect reading nook, curled on the sunny window seat
The result is a sun-soaked brightness throughout, accenting sleek dark interior finishes.
A black ceramic slimline benchtop in the kitchen continues the contemporary aesthetic, while the living and dining areas flow seamlessly to an alfresco terrace with a bar and barbecue kitchen.
The large pool is positioned for maximum sun, while bluestone pavers lead from the home to the separate fire pit lounge — perfect for star-gazing and late-night conversation once the last rays have gone.
A media lounge opens onto another alfresco deck on the other side of the home, and the house itself is set well back from the road for ultimate privacy.
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Mr Keatley said homes in the peaceful Tallebudgera Valley would continue to evolve with contemporary design as the area had grown in value to become one of the state’s most expensive treechange destinations.
Latest Proptrack data shows median house prices in Tallebudgera Valley reached $1.6m in April, up from $760,000 in 2016.
Another architecturally designed, black-clad home at 70 Monday Dr in the exclusive suburb recently sold for $2.9m, also marketed by Mr Keatley.
Media room
“We’re going to see more of that style of contemporary build,” Mr Keatley said.
“I think there are plenty of people who want to move out into the Tallebudgera Valley.
“They may be finding land where the existing dwelling has just reached zero value and so there is higher and better use of that land for a new house,” he said.
The property was major prize of draw #506 promoted by Yourtown in 2021, and can be sold fully furnished.
It was designed by MRA Design and built by Gold Coast-based Davey Constructions in 2020.
Firepit lounge

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