26 Yallanbee Court WongawallanMrs Jolly said the home is private and spacious but it was the surrounds that had attracted them.“It is the most beautiful place when it rains and you can hear the creek trickling with water from inside the house,” she said. “The birds go wild in the rain too so it feels like you’re in a nature retreat.” 26 Yallanbee Court WongawallanMrs Jolly said that while she loved the gardens, her favourite place was her bedroom.“It is such an open and breezy space,” she said.“There are lots of louvres that you can open up and I love being in there and reading.” With sliding doors that separate areas throughout the home, bi-fold doors open the home up for an inside-outside feel. Other highlights include solar power and ducted airconditong. The property is on the marker for offers over $1.55 million. 26 Yallanbee Court WongawallanSET in a lush green valley, this Wongawallan home was built on a tranquil lifestyle.Armed with a specific set of plans, owners John and Marion Jolly were on a mission to design a home that would capture nature perfectly.The couple bought the sprawling property, which borders a creek, in 2003. 26 Yallanbee Court WongawallanA breakfast servery stretches across one side of the kitchen and opens out to the alfesco area.“It took John and I six months to design the home but 18 months to build it,” the grandmother of four said. “We planned it so the kitchen and living areas were central and the bedrooms would be located on separate wings.“We were expecting our first grandchild when we were designing the home so we planned a lot around having space for our future grandchildren.” The house has a play room with a separate entrance from the pool. 26 Yallanbee Court WongawallanMore from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North11 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoAn elegant row of 23 white rose bushes line the footpath and lead up to the wooden front door. Located at the base of Tamborine Mountain, the four-bedroom, three-bathroom home has a strong focus on timber in the flooring and bi-fold doors. A gas fireplace creates a stylish divider between the open-plan kitchen and living while the lounge room looks out to the pool area and creek.