Tallebudgera property Kooringal Lodge hits a new level of design

ALPINE cabin architecture and mid-century modernism come together in this epic new build nestled in the Gold Coast Hinterland.
Kooringal Lodge, with a stunning combination of timber, black and stone, hit the market this week and it’s got no shortage of luxury features.
Paul and Nicky Harms are the brains behind the residence – the pair is no stranger to Gold Coast property with a string of renovated and new builds under their belt.

30 Kooringal Lodge, Tallebudgera has hit the market via expressions of interest.
The pool area.
What a kitchen!
While their usual stomping ground was Burleigh Heads, the pair decided to head west to the Hinterland where they stumbled across 30 Kooringal Court.
“Tallebudgera is a beautiful part of the Gold Coast so when we saw this home and the seclusion of the block alongside the beautiful landscape and the potential to create a large home and still have ample land the decision was made,” Mrs Harms said.
“The design was born from the intimacy of the private site, its connection to its rural rainforest type surroundings and the topography of the terrain.”

The house blends with its rainforest location.
Heat up in winter.
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The house was created by Reece Keil Design and brought to life by Mr Harms’ Gold Coast-based construction company PJH Constructions.
But even he wasn’t immune to the building impacts of the pandemic.
“We have had significant delays and price increases across the board,” Mrs Harms said.
“Access to materials has been challenging and much more expensive than prior to Covid.”
But they got the job done and the end result is something special.

From the front.
Make a splash in the pool.
The four-bedroom house features a combination of timber, black and stone.
Standout features include a separate studio, pool, glass wine cellar, timber staircase and sunken firepit.
“I think the amount of different entertaining spaces in the home is the standout,” Mrs Harms said.
“The pool area has a bar and various areas to sit by the heated pool and the balconies off the main home and the retreat are overlooking the beautiful tree outlook.”

The wine cellar!

Relax in this freestanding bath.
While the house is being sold via expressions of interest, Mrs Harms said she hoped it would appeal to a range of buyers.
“The Gold Coast market still seems strong,” she said.
“It’s certainly not as crazy as it was but our sense is that quality homes with a point of difference are still selling and reasonably quickly.
“The seclusion of the property, the size of the land, the uniqueness and size of the home (745m2) and the proximity to local schools and beautiful beaches puts it in a league of its own.”
The highest sale in Tallebudgera is $6.2 million paid in 2014 for 49 Tallebudgera Connection Rd.

Black, stone and timber at every turn.

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