A DREAMY Italian-inspired property in the Gold Coast Hinterland that is hired for filming and photo shoots has hit the market.
Tuscany on Tamborine is the work of vendors Alicia and Tony Stephens who restored the sprawling 3.75ha property at 87 Main Western Rd, Tamborine Mountain during the pandemic.
The pair landscaped the gardens with magnolias and jacarandas and planted hundreds of Italian and French lavender bushes to create a unique European backdrop.
The restaurant was transformed into a luxury Tuscan farmhouse stonework on the exterior and terracotta tile inside.
Ms Stephens, an interior designer, used her expertise throughout the renovations — the open-air dining area was enclosed with a jaw-dropping floor to ceiling window looking over the property’s olive groves and Italian bocce lawn.
Inside and the beams inside were exposed and a double-sided fireplace and 55kg Italian chandelier were installed.
Other standout features include the mosaic-tiled heated pool with cabana, and sandstone fringed fire-pit as well as a 30m x 9m commercial shed.
The couple opened Tuscany on Tamborine in 2021 for corporate events, filming, photo shoots and content creation.
Fast-forward to 2023 and they have decided to put the estate up for sale.
Amir Prestige Group’s Adam Cain and Deb Oliver are marketing the property via expressions of interest.
“An incredible opportunity to purchase and develop one of the Gold Coasts most beautiful and very private acreage escapes ever offered to market,” the listing states.
“Relax walking in the lavender gardens and enjoy the soft mountain breezes, take a dip in the Versace inspired pool, or just enjoy a fine wine by the sandstone fire-pit as the sun sets.”
“This is blue chip real estate at its finest.”
Article source: Queensland Property Investor