3 Green Lane, Tallebudgera.Mrs Adams said they really wanted to incorporate the Hamptons style as it was “a bit more relaxed”.“It has that free flowing feel,” she said. The barn, which was used for milking cows before the family bought it, has been rejuvenated without destroying its character.“We wanted to keep that history there,” Mrs Adams said.It has an extra three bedrooms, rumpus room, study and combined kitchen, living and dining area.“We’ve put so much heart and soul into the property,” Mrs Adams said. 3 Green Lane, Tallebudgera. 3 Green Lane, Tallebudgera. 3 Green Lane, Tallebudgera. 3 Green Lane, Tallebudgera.“It’s a bitter sweet scenario but we’ve always dreamt of going around Australia with our boys before they start high school.”While it is difficult for the Adams family to sell it, they said it was the right time.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 ago“We thought we’d be here forever (because) we’ve always wanted acreage,” Mr Adams said.“Things change.” TWO HOMES FOR THE PRICE OF ONE IS AN AUCTION THE BEST METHOD TO SELL A HOUSE? The sprawling country property has two residences – the main house and a modernised barn.The family chose a design for the home then tweaked it to fit their needs. It has five bedrooms and three bathrooms with an open kitchen, dining and living area as well as a separate family room. 3 Green Lane, Tallebudgera.IT was a dream come true for Sam and Sharney Adams to build a house on acreage.The couple loved the 0.62ha Tallebudgera block so much when they bought it almost two and a half years ago they decided it would be home for the rest of their lives.But they have since decided to give up on one dream for another.“We’ve had our hearts set on travelling,” Mr Adams said.“We’re literally selling it to be able to afford a caravan and car.