first_imgThe award-winning gardens. The Gatehouse, which was leased out as luxury short-term accommodation, was available from $325 per night. Mr Mian said the buyers plan to privately enjoy the estate but may choose to lease the cottage out in the future. More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa11 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoEnjoy the garden views from the spa. The main residence, Glenloch, is a traditional Queenslander. The sprawling estate at 38-42 Yuulong Road Tamborine Mountain, has changed hands in a $3.2 million deal. A mystical estate with award-winning gardens will soon have new groundskeepers after changing hands in a multimillion-dollar deal. The Tamborine Mountain property at 38-42 Yuulong Rd sold for $3.2 million. Secret gardens are hidden throughout the 2.67 ha estate. Among the gardens is the Kitchen Garden, which has vegetables, greens and fruits including two large strawberry beds, asparagus crops, rhubarb, herbs and edible flowers. There are also water features, fountains, lakes with small waterfalls, secret garden rooms and an abundance of plants, trees and flowers. Property records show the estate hit the market in December with a $3.485 million price tag. It last sold in 2003 for $640,000 before the gardens were developed. The grand kitchen. Behind tall wrought iron gates is a sprawling 2.67ha estate with European-inspired gardens, which have graced magazines and been featured on the small screen. There are two residences on the property — Glenloch, which is the main house, and The Gatehouse, a two-bedroom guest cottage. MORE NEWS: What does $4k a week get you in the Coast’s rental market? The property hit the market in December. Amir Prestige principle Amir Mian, who marketed the property with Colleen Brunt, said the mystical estate attracted interest from across the globe. “The buyers were locals — people from Sovereign Island,” Mr Mian said. “They were attracted to the beautiful gardens and the location as it is so close to town. “We had a lot of strong interest from interstate and Brisbane buyers — we even had people from New Caledonia and New Zealand looking.” MORE NEWS: ‘Millionaires’ Row’ lives up to its name The guesthouse has been leased as luxury accommodation from $325 per night. Hidden in the garden oasis, Glenloch is a traditional Queenslander with Hamptons flair that features four bedrooms, a grand kitchen, two wine cellars and a wrap around deck with spa. [email protected]last_img