Great for entertaining.“We were just super keen to get our teeth stuck into something else and keep challenging ourselves,” she said.Ray White Prestige Gold Coast agents Jackson Paradise and Carita Lanham will take the house to auction on September 30 at 11am. That spectacular view in the background.“I always knew I wanted the house to (have) a bit of a Palm Springs-inspired thing about it (but) we designed it based around our family and what we wanted to live in.”A garden at the centre of the house with a palm tree that rises as high as the third floor is a standout feature. Master bedroom.The result is an award-winning home with panoramic views of the coast and city skyline.“I think we’ve pretty much got the best view in the street,” owner Dominee Gessner said.“We can see from Main Beach to the far edge of Burleigh.” The bathroom. One of the kid’s bedrooms.“It’s so good for entertaining,” Ms Gessner said.They have decided to sell the house so they can build a new one on a block they have bought across the road. The backyard. The 6m palm tree.Ms Gessner said a crane had to lift the 6m palm into place. While it was hard to pinpoint a favourite feature, she loved the seamless flow of indoor and outdoor living spaces most. Kids room.Ms Gessner and her husband Ben Rochford, who have lived in the six-bedroom house with their two children for the past year, will take it to auction later this month.The couple designed and built the house, which recently won a 2018 Master Builders House and Construction award, about two years ago with the help of an architect. Just relax.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa15 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoThey have years of experience renovating houses but building was a new challenge.“We’ve done about six renovations so this was our first full-build for ourselves,” Ms Gessner said. 18 Abbey Ridge Rd, Reedy Creek. Living room. 18 Abbey Ridge Rd, Reedy Creek.IT was once advertised as a hillside block with limited views but the three-storey house that towers above it today has some of the best views on the Gold Coast.The Reedy Creek property, dubbed The Hill House, was built into the side of its sloping land on Abbey Ridge Rd to make the most of the extra height. Bedrooms galore. Open spaces. The house has won awards.