Modern Bali-style bliss in the beachside Queensland suburb of Miami
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While the pandemic halted travel to their beloved Bali, Craig and Johanna Adcock created a tropical oasis at their contemporary Miami home.

Located just 800m from the beach, the sophisticated near-new home at 84 Chainey Ave showcases tranquil gardens designed by the acclaimed Werner Weis Landscapes.

The five-bedroom, four-bathroom home is marketed by Josh Willatt, of McGrath, and will be auctioned on December 18.

Seamless flow between indoor and outdoor living


Its design was carefully considered as a functional family home for the couple and their three teenaged children, while also serving as a sanctuary providing respite from Mr and Mrs Adcock’s respective fast-paced careers.

“I went to Bali for the first time a few years ago and fell in love with the place and then COVID hit and we haven’t been able to go back, so we brought a bit of that back with us in the design,” Mr Adcock said.

“My wife and I are both in professional careers and we both work pretty hard, so to walk in after a long day in Brisbane and to have that Bali feel of instant relaxation — you come down five pegs straight away.”

The oversized rugged stone island benchtop is a hub of the home

There’s a seamless flow between indoors and outdoors, inspired by stays in a luxe Ubud villa.

The inviting alfresco area has a built-in barbecue kitchen, while the saltwater pool was placed at the front of the home to capture morning light. It’s framed by tropical potted plants, stone goddess water features, and overhanging greenery.

The house comprises spacious open-plan living areas on ground level around a designer kitchen with a butler’s pantry, integrated fridge and custom rugged stone island bench, which acts as a hub for gathered friends and family.

Entertaining sorted

A bedroom and ensuite to the rear is ideal for guests and opens onto another deck, while upstairs are four larger bedrooms — including the master suite with private balcony — as well as a home office.

“We designed it so the kids are down the back of the house, so if they’re watching a movie or being noisy the parents’ retreat is right at the front. When you open up the windows at night you can actually hear the surf and feel that ocean breeze,” he said.

The design maximises natural light throughout

The Adcocks worked with MS Design over a period of almost 12 months on the plans, aiming to maximise the available space on the 405sq m block, for instance through use of high ceilings downstairs and double-storey windows allowing light to flood the home.

Interiors are beautifully furnished with high-end pieces from Kira and Kira and Coco Republic.

And despite its verdant appeal, Mr Adcock said a clever automatic irrigation system means the garden mostly takes care of itself, leaving him with just “20-30 minutes gardening a week with a pair of scissors in one hand and a cup of coffee in the other”.

There’s five bedrooms and four bathrooms

Mr Willatt said the property was a rare opportunity to secure a newly built home in popular Miami, where renovations were more commonplace.

“The attention to detail here is just incredible and has resulted in a pretty special house,” he said.

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