Mt Tamborine Rainforest retreat, Songbird, garners attention from worlds best chefs

first_img232 Geissmann Drive, Tamborine Mountain.But it is the award-winning restaurant that has grabbed the attention of international buyers according to Ray White agent Thomas Clark who is marketing the property alongside Michael Willems. “We have been in discussion with high profile buyers and a number of executive chefs who are quite well known,” Mr Clark said.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North3 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa23 hours ago“I can’t reveal any names because of confidentiality but they are high profiles names in the hotel and food industry.” Bronwyn “Bonnie” Rodwell bought the property in 2004 for $2 million and made significant improvements to the resort.Songbird has been on the market since 2014 and was rumoured to have almost sold to celebrity chef Jamie Oliver. 232 Geissmann Drive, Tamborine Mountain.Mr Clark described the 20.23ha property as a special parcel of land that has potential to host 14 extra villas. “The owner Bronwyn has spent $100,000 on development plans,” Mr Williems said.“In the past year she also spent half a million on upgrading the property.”Mr Willems said it would remain as a rainforest retreat.“Every buyer who visits can’t believe how tranquil the property is,” he said.“The owner live sin New Zealand and feels like it is time to let it go.” 232 Geissmann Drive, Tamborine Mountain.A RENEWED push to sell a Mt Tamborine rainforest retreat has the worlds top hoteliers and chefs licking their lips at the opportunity. The sprawling property at 232 Geissmann Drive comes with six luxury Bali-inspired spa villas surrounded by lush rainforest. last_img

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