Secluded slice of Gold Coast luxury hits the market
It’s easy to imagine how life would be at this luxurious Mudgeeraba estate.
Entertaining in style no matter the weather in the outdoor alfresco area, cosy movie nights in the home cinema or an early morning workout in the gym followed by a swim to kickstart the day.
It’s a home of endless opportunities to relax, entertain and live a life of luxury.
Owner Deanne Said, who lives at the stunning five-bedroom, six-bathroom abode with her husband and three children, said the property offered both tranquillity and convenience.
“There are so many things I love about the home,” she said.
“One would be the floorplan, it’s very good for entertaining and large families.
“Plus, the location — it’s so convenient with some of the best schools next door, across the road from a great shopping centre and close to the M1. And there’s tranquillity that comes along with those great benefits.”
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Its position in Jabiru Estate was another highlight, according to Ms Said.
“The security is the next great thing here, it’s very secure in the gated community and surrounded by multimillion-dollar mansions,” she said. “It’s in great company.”
On a sprawling 7402sq m block, the property will have you feeling worlds away and the setting is made more serene with outlooks to an idyllic lake and nature reserve.
The house was designed by Adam Beck and built by Roth Developments.
Inside there are raw stone features, timber accents, natural hues, soaring ceilings and expanses of glass to capture the tranquil bush landscape.
The focal point of the house is the impressive outdoor entertainment area that is an extension of the home’s main living zone.
It enjoys stunning outlooks across the mosaic-tiled, solar-heated pool and has a split level design to separate a sitting area from the dining area.
Here, an outdoor kitchen with an integrated barbecue, refrigerator, sink and servery window to the kitchen is found.
The main living area, again with a sunken lounge room that is warmed by a gas fireplace, is anchored by a large kitchen.
The cooking zone has all the essential ingredients with European appliances, an integrated double fridge, Zip tap, walk-in pantry and butler’s pantry.
The luxuriously large granite island bench has a dining table extension to create a social hub in the home.
Parents can retreat to their own private escape with the sumptuous main bedroom, which features twin dressing rooms, two ensuites and a private courtyard.
There are four further bedrooms, three with ensuites and walk-in wardrobes.
A home office, eight-seat cinema with tiered seating and feature lighting and a detached gymnasium with a sauna are the home’s other opulent offerings.
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The property at 19 Boolama Place is set to head under the hammer on April 17 via Harcourts Coastal Broadbeach agent Katrina Walsh.