Lined by Jacarandas and boasting a rich history, Glenloch on Tamborine Mountain is an iconic estate. Set across more than six acres, the garden estate enjoys an enviable private location and is complete with onsite guest cottage, The Gatehouse.
The home is surrounded by award winning European inspired gardens effortlessly linking coastal influences with the serene mountain and its surrounds. The owners of this beautiful property have magically blended the modern Queenslander with a Hamptons flair embracing splashes of colour, crackling fireplaces, water features and fountains.
The main house, Glenloch, has an abundance of living space. The kitchen is the heart of the home, featuring granite benches and splash backs, double Ilvi oven, Neil Perry Kitchen five burner gas cooktop and casual dining. Extending off the kitchen and flowing to the outside is the butler’s pantry with Caesarstone benches and splash back, Miele dishwasher, a third large Ilvi oven, sink, large fridge and freezer space and ample storage. Magnificent views are afforded from all areas within the open plan home. Two large wine cellars provide the wherewithal to cater for at home events. Feature wood or gas fireplaces can be found throughout the home, creating a cosy environment.
The home features four bedrooms, two of which are ensuited. The master bedroom suite includes a lounge area with fireplace, and a luxury ensuite with a spa as well as his and her walk in robes. Underfloor hearting in the bathrooms enhance the comfort and opulence of the home. The fifth bedroom is a flexible space, suitable for use as a office.
The Gatehouse, the separately located guest house, features two well appointed bedrooms, a luxury bathroom and open plan living, kitchen and dining space. A private deck area with a spa offers superb views over the award winning gardens. Tamborine Mountain is a beautiful lush green mountain plateau in the Gold Coast Hinterland, only an hour drive from Brisbane or Surfers Paradise. It is home to the first ever National Park in Queensland and a secret hideaway for Australia’s city dwellers.
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