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Award-winning garden up for auction with stunning home in tow

first_imgOne of the many water features that can be found throughout the gardens.The sprawling house has high ceilings and expansive spaces that open to the award-winning gardens with ponds, pool, pavilion and water features. Colours, mosaic tiles and glass mirrors from the home are echoed in the gardens.Being a landscape contractor, Mr Sunderland had clear ideas on creating an indoor-outdoor home. “It is pretty well the most special (project) we’ve ever done. I was able to showcase the passion I have for landscaping,” he said. “Water is my primary love in landscape construction and every room has a view of the gardens and water features.”The home has an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area and a games room with bar that open to the outdoor entertaining space and in-ground pool. More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investorless than 1 hour ago The ensuite has its own private garden and water feature.“We’ve had about 30 people in the pool at times and a section is about 30cm deep for the little kids,” Mr Sunderland said. “All eight of our grandkids learnt to swim in that pool.” There are formal living and dining rooms and a powder room at the front of the home, along with a triple-car garage. The master bedroom has patio access, walk-in robe and a luxurious ensuite with glass walls looking out to a private garden and wraparound pond. “Our ensuite is beautiful. Showering in there and looking out to the gardens is one of the most calming end of the day routines,” Mr Sunderland said. The home and award-winning gardens at 40 Bernborough Place, Bridgeman Downs.TREVOR and Bev Sunderland are making a sea change and have put their stunning Bridgeman Downs home on the market. The couple brought together a dream team, including architect Ian Webb, builder Stuart Cameron, landscape architect Matthew Franzmann, and interior designer Suzie Beirne, to build ‘Mandala’ on a 10,000sq m block in 2004.The Sunderlands said the home was their passion. “We were involved every single day and my son, who is a carpenter by trade, helped build the home,” Mr Sunderland said. center_img The grand entrance and formal living area.The remaining bedrooms have built-in robes, the family bathroom has a separate bath and shower, and the laundry opens to a drying area with pond. The property also includes six ponds, a three-bay shed, water tanks, and split-system airconditioning.The Sunderlands are selling to move to the coast but they will miss their Bridgeman Downs sanctuary.“It’s a very special home,” Mr Sunderland said. “We’ve had Christmases and christenings, Easter egg hunts and birthdays here. It’s always been the place for the kids and grandkids to come to.”last_img

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