Homeowners put their love for nature and design to good use on this stunning Currumbin Valley property

first_img101 Bains Rd, Currumbin Valley.Blackbutt floorboards that have been upcycled from the Brisbane woolsheds combine with vaulted ceilings and American oak kitchen finishes. Timber and glass bi-fold doors frame a lush rainforest setting. Some of the entertaining spaces include a terrace with an integrated pizza oven, deck with a hot tub and courtyard with fire pit. 101 Bains Rd, Currumbin Valley.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North6 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“We bought the house partly as an investment but we loved it so much we didn’t want to rent it out after renovating it,” Mr Robilliard said. “A lot of hard work went into landscaping and adding in the decks. “The property is surrounded by a rainforest.” 101 Bains Rd, Currumbin Valley.With seven renovation projects under their belts, Mr Robilliard and Ms Warrell decided to create a rainforest retreat at No. 101. Spending more than half a million dollars, the couple said they wanted to put a spin on the classic Queenslander style. 101 Bains Rd, Currumbin Valley.Nestled beyond a gated driveway, the residence has wide verandas which complement the breathtaking rainforest vista.Sprawled on 1.67ha, the interiors of the house were styled by Ms Warrell.“I have a flair for interiors and this property was a lot of fun to put my love of design to use,” the retired doctor said. 101 Bains Rd, Currumbin Valley.HOMEOWNERS David Robilliard and Ann Warrell wanted to relocate to Currumbin Valley for a tree change. But instead of buying just one home they decided to buy two neighbouring properties on Bains Rd. last_img

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