High ceilings feature throughout. The house is positioned to capture a north easterly sea breeze and stunning sunsets.There’s the “old-fashioned quaint barn” and the property also has two post and railed fenced paddocks with a smaller holding paddock, and two massive walk-in/walkout stables equipped with power and lighting. While the bones of its stable background are still evident, the house itself was built about three years ago. 9a Bourke Lodge Dr, Currumbin Valley is set to go to auction later this month.THERE’S no horsing around when it comes to the sale of this sprawling, modern ranch-style residence. The property was historically a well-known racing stable residence and still remains decked out for equine enthusiasts. The property was once a renowned stable complex and still offers equestrian facilities. The stunning entry. Another tranquil vantage point to see the sunset.A separate, timber-decked veranda offers another vantage point to soak up the sun and sunsets.Multiple living areas open up to the patio allowing for free-flowing living, including the master suite, one of five generous bedrooms. The fifth bedroom could be converted to a theatre room, study or office.High ceilings feature throughout from the ample dining and living spaces to the kitchen that’s topped with Arabescato marble benches. More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa20 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoThe kitchen features Arabescato marble benchtops.The vendor, who also built the residence, created a modern masterpiece of crisp white facades, open plan living, double bedrooms and designer bathrooms. The large patio is a standout, offering a gorgeous outlook over green, grassy paddocks, particularly at sunset, and when the wind is up, the north easterly sea breeze is captured as it rustles through Currumbin Valley. The modern home was built three years ago. There are two large paddocks and a smaller holding option.Back outside, the land sprawls through the stables and facilities, and those in the know will appreciate that the land is predominately flat with great run-off in heavy rain. The 11,700sq m property also runs off a town water and eco sewage system. As well as the sprawling land size, the residence is also over the road from Currumbin Creek where fish and mud crabs can be found aplenty. The Currumbin District Horse Club is 2km away and Currumbin Rock Pools and the surf strip of Currumbin Alley are also close.