Restored Hinterland barn going under the hammer

28 Colin Meagher Rd, Wongawallan is going under the hammer.
An epic Hinterland barn that’s been converted into a luxury home is set to go under the hammer.
The one-of-a-kind restored barn at 28 Colin Meagher Rd, Wongawallan, in the Gold Coast Hinterland, is on the market through Shane Harry of Ray White Sanctuary Cove.
The converted barn at 28 Colin Meagher Rd, Wongawallan.
The kitchen.
Property records reveal the barn was built in 1958 but the current vendors have managed to blend old with new to create a truly jaw-dropping house.
“This remarkable estate offers a rare opportunity to experience the perfect harmony of rustic charm, high-end finishes, and serene natural surrounds – arrange an inspection today, the listing states.
Exposed beams are a common feature.
“From the towering, exposed beam ceilings to the polished concrete floors and top-of-the-range fixtures, it captivates with its rustic beauty.
“The abundance of timber creates a soothing connection to nature, while the suspended fireplace is a showstopping centrepiece to the super-sized, open-concept living and dining zones.”
One of the living zones.
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The three-bedroom barn, which has an 845 sqm floorplan, is on a sprawling 4000 sqm block.
The kitchen includes induction cooking, dual ovens, convection microwave, breakfast bar as well as a scullery with servery window and island bench.
A mezzanine loft overlooks the kitchen, living and dining zones and is a focal features from the ground level.
The kitchen.
There is plenty of space for vehicles with a six-bay garage as well as a carport.
There is also a self-contained second residence on the property with a kitchen, living and dining area, bedroom and bathroom/ laundry.
The property goes under the hammer on August 19 at 11am.

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