The market for tropical estates has only gone in one direction over the last few months, with The Range setting a new price record for the Byron Bay area and Cedar Hill offering a spectacular getaway. Now, Dahlia Estate arrives on the market as a low-slung slice of calm and tranquillity. Located at 53 Gibsonville Street, Tallebudgera Valley, the architecturally designed home is reminiscent of a Slim Aarons image, thanks to its bold shapes, pleasing symmetry, and palm trees shading the pool.
Designed by the architect Jayson Pate and located in 5.4 acres of verdant hinterland forest, its hilltop position offers uninterrupted panoramic views across the surrounding landscape including the spectacular Springbrook and The Cougals. With five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and space to park a proper fleet of nine cars, no detail has been overlooked with the home welcoming guests via a grand entrance foyer illuminated by an enormous skylight.
The two levels of the main residence are situated on twin suspended concrete slabs, while the kitchen boasts a Taj Mahal stone island bench, Miele ovens and a butler’s pantry. The home features a premium three-metre wide theatre screen and a 4K projector, paired with an Atmos Surround System for the full cinema experience, while the living area enjoys floor-to-ceiling windows and doors that open out onto a rear garden that was born to entertain.
With a wine cellar, pool, spa, home gym, and even a tennis court, 53 Gibsonville Street, Tallebudgera Valley, is one of the most special properties in the area to have arrived on the market. Represented by the team at Harcourts, data from Domain suggests a price guide of $12 million.