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Gold Coast Hinterland property Dahlia Property up on the market

Dahlia Property is formally hitting the market on March 24, 2023.

IT’S constructed into the aspect of a hill with an extended checklist of luxurious options from a helipad and outside gymnasium to a resort-style pool and tennis court docket.

Welcome to Dahlia Property, a sprawling home which hits a brand new degree of design within the picturesque Gold Coast Hinterland.

Ross and Ashley Hankin are behind the property within the picturesque Tallebudgera Valley.

Dahlia Property is at 53 Gibsonville St, Tallebudgera Valley.

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The pair, who has two kids, selected a tree change throughout Covid, and swapped their seashore pad for all times at Dahlia Property.

They paid $1.725 million for the two.19ha block which settled in February, 2021.

“Our preliminary idea for Dahlia was easy — to do justice to this unbelievable property,” Ms Hankin mentioned.

“It’s the most unusual web site we have now ever come throughout, so we knew no matter we have been going to construct needed to make the most of the uninterrupted views and pure panorama of the land.”

Dahlia Property homeowners Ashley and Ross Hankin with their sons Zai and Jax.

Dahlia Property at 53 Gibsonville St, Tallebudgera Valley.

Inside there may be loads of pure gentle.

With the assistance of designer Jayson Pate the pair set to work.

Mr Hankin, a builder who owns boutique residential and business development firm HNKN, began the construct in 2021.

“General the construct went very easily,” Ms Hankin mentioned. “Rain did trigger disruption at occasions however we have been capable of push by.

“As a result of we constructed the house ourselves utilizing our constructing firm, we have been in full management of every part always.”

Dahlia Property at 53 Gibsonville St, Tallebudgera Valley.

Dahlia Property at 53 Gibsonville St, Tallebudgera Valley.

The tip result’s a jaw-dropping mixture of uncovered concrete, wooden and stone paired completely with louvres, glass and skylights to create a heat and welcoming area.

The identify Dahlia Property got here from an aerial view of the property – it seemed like a dahlia flower.

The curve of the home units the scene whereas the standout characteristic is certainly the mountain views.

The whole lot has been meticulously deliberate and executed.

The placement is hidden from the road however as quickly as you get to the home, it’s exhausting to not gravitate to the spectacular vista.

“Any time we get a customer all of them say the identical factor — there’s a feeling in our residence, there’s something indescribable about it,” she mentioned.

“And no pictures or movies can actually seize it. It’s actually a one-of-a-kind property.”

The four-bedroom home rises two ranges but as a result of it’s constructed right into a hill, each ranges entry the bottom.

The home makes an announcement from each flip.

The video games room on the decrease degree.

The decrease degree embrace the automotive port, video games room and bar, and visitor wing whereas two staircases entry the higher degree.

Olive timber are central to the staircases whereas oval skylights sit above each units to create loads of pure gentle.

The higher degree has the kitchen, eating and residing areas in addition to the bedrooms.

The home is a showstopper.

The kitchen is a well-liked area for the Hankin household.

“The realm we spend most of our time in is the residing and kitchen space,” Ms Hankin mentioned.

“It has essentially the most unbelievable views out to Springbrook Mountain in addition to having full view of the pool and tennis court docket space.

“So we might be cooking dinner and having fun with the view whereas nonetheless having the ability to watch the children swim within the pool.”

Each element was rigorously thought out.

Each ranges entry the bottom as the home is constructed right into a hill.

The couple mentioned residing at Dahlia Property had been a particular time for his or her household.

“We get to spend a lot high quality time collectively, whereas having fun with all of the enjoyable areas we have now created for our household,” Ms Hankin mentioned.

“We play tennis, basketball, experience bikes, swim within the pool, use the sauna, exercise within the outside gymnasium, watch motion pictures within the cinema and Tallebudgera Creek is only a brief stroll down the highway.

“However once we want downtime there may be nowhere extra peaceable and cosy than our residence.”

The property, which is gated from the road, additionally features a guesthouse with a bed room, residing space and toilet.

Different options embrace a helipad, tennis court docket, dam, sauna, viewing deck and outside gymnasium.

The valley views are breathtaking.

The household’s resolution to place the property available on the market was not made evenly, in accordance with Ms Hankin.

“We’re promoting as a result of we have now an unbelievable alternative that we actually need on tackle,” Ms Hankin mentioned.

“We’ve liked each single minute of residing right here, and we’d love for somebody to have the ability to get pleasure from our residence and respect it as a lot as we have now.”

Dahlia Property formally hits the market on March 24 by Ed Cherry of Harcourts Coastal and John Fischer of PRD Burleigh Heads by way of expressions of curiosity.


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