Tallebudgera property Dahlia Estate going under the hammer

ONE of the Gold Coast’s most popular Hinterland properties is set to go under the hammer.

Dahlia Estate, a five-bedroom showstopper house built into the side of a hill at Tallebudgera Valley, first hit the market in March via an expressions of interest campaign.

With a long list of luxury features including a helipad, outdoor gym, resort-style pool and tennis court, it didn’t take long for the sprawling estate to appear among the country’s most popular properties on real estate portal realestate.com.au.

Eight months later and vendors Ross and Ashley Hankin have decided to auction the property with a fresh new marketing push.

The dining and lounge area opens to a curved balcony.

Kollosche Broadbeach agents Troy Dowker and James Roberts have launched the new campaign and will take the property to auction on December 8.

“The owners are highly motivated to sell and move on to the next chapter of their lives,” Mr Dowker said.

“They really want to move forward now and the property is surplus to their needs.

“If someone is looking for a private tranquil estate that offers luxury at its finest in an amazing environment, this is it.”

The tennis court.

Mr and Mrs Hankin paid $1.725 million for the 2.19ha block at 53 Gibsonville St, which settled in 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.”

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.

The end result is a 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.

The concrete slab construction spans two levels yet because it is built into a hill, both levels access the ground.

Inside, olive trees encircled by Venetian plaster stairwells brings a touch of the Mediterranean to the modern interior.

Welcome to paradise.

The open-plan kitchen, living and dining space on top level extends to curved front balcony and rear covered entertaining terrace.

The main bedroom, described as a “retreat” has a seating area, wool carpet, dual walk-through dressing rooms and an ensuite with freestanding bath, dual vanity and walk-in showers.

Other features include a cinema and two-way fireplace while there is also a studio-style guesthouse and converted shipping container office space on the property.

There are also pockets of rainforest and bushland, vegetable gardens and fruit trees, and a freshwater pond.

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Article source: www.realestate.com.au

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