Show-stopping home in Gold Coast hinterland with long list of luxe features sparks a buyer frenzy

A brand-new multi-level showstopper in the Gold Coast suburb of Tallebudgera, with its own seasonal creek, home gym and free-standing teenage retreat, is tipped to break local sales records.

“It’s definitely going to break the record for the street, I am sure,” selling agent John Fischer from PRD Burleigh Heads said of 30 Kooringal Court.

“It’s definitely the highest end build to date in the area and the suburb. It’s probably the nicest home in the area I guess in comparison. It’s almost 800sqm, so it is a lot of house.” 

This Tallebudgera stunner is one of the finest homes in the region. Picture:

Designed by Reece Keil Architects and built by PJH Constructions, the six-bedroom, four-bathroom property has never been lived in. 

More than $3 million was spent on its construction, which took a year-and-a-half to complete.

The home has been built to the highest standard. Picture:

The property features multiple formal and informal living spaces. Picture:

Dubbed ‘Kooringal Lodge,’ the gated property is set amongst 5665sqm of lush tranquil bushland in a quiet and private cul-de-sac.

With its modern alpine style, the residence features a mix of sleek matte black accents, coupled with stone and timber features throughout.

The master bedroom suite is a parents’ oasis. Picture:

A master suite with an integrated ceiling drop-down television, a glass walled wine cellar that can store more than 60 bottles, and a sprawling alfresco area with a built-in kitchen, and a sunken fire pit are a just a handful of the property’s luxe features.

“It’s a full smart house as well, as everything in the property can be controlled by an app [on your phone] – so, your music, your lighting, your air-conditioning, TVs, and everything is connected on an app,” Mr Fischer said.

The sparkling swimming pool is a real selling point. Picture:

The listing has made a strong impression since going live, rocketing to the top of’s most-viewed list.

“I guess it appeals to a few different kinds of buyer and it’s definitely been targeted by obviously families with potentially teenage kids, as they built a bit a teenage retreat out the back,” Mr Fischer said.

“At the same time, it could be used more as a place for grandparents or visitors. There’s a dual living option there, which is cool.”

Expanses of glass bring the outside in. Picture:

More than 100 groups had viewed the home across two weekends, he said.

“It’s been crazy. The amount of enquiry has been ridiculous. The listing got to number one in the country in just a few days.”

The house is made for entertaining. Picture:

The residence is being sold via an Expressions of Interest campaign and Mr Fischer said while he could not comment on the asking price, comparable homes in the area had sold for circa $6 million.

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