Just five minutes into the charming township of Beerwah, is this boutique land development, with only 12 blocks ranging in size from 1881m2 to 3030m2; formerly a lychee farm, the soil is lush and fertile, and most of the blocks showcase delightful views to one or more of the Glass House Mountains.
Starting at over ¼ acre in size, this is the type of living that is becoming increasingly rare as block sizes shrink in many new developments, particularly those east of the highway. You can build and design a generous sized home without compromising on space - you can have it all; large house, pool, shed, alfresco entertaining and still heaps of room for the kids to enjoy good old-fashioned outdoor yard play.
Surrounded by farmland and large acreage properties, as well as national park and state forest, this is idyllic, picturesque country-style living with quick, easy access to essential amenities. Beerwah township with its supermarkets, schools, rail to Brisbane, tavern, aquatic centre, library, childcare, golf course, sporting facilities and more is just a pleasant five-minute drive.
First home buyers can still benefit from the Queensland Government's $20,000 grant, extended until June 30, 2018, on new properties. With interest rates remaining at historic lows, and housing affordability issues set to continue to be a challenge to entry level buyers well into the future; now is an opportune time to get onto the property ladderit will only get tougher from hereon in.
The estate will be whisper-quiet with neighbourhood traffic only, a single no-through road, and with only 12 properties, you can enjoy enhanced tranquillity and privacy, not normally found in new developments.
When it's time to head out of town, Brisbane CBD and airport is approximately 60-70 minutes, with the M1 now quicker and safer to access via the Roys Road/Bells Creek overpass; and you can be on one of Caloundra's spectacular beaches in 20-30 minutes.
The countdown is onfirst in will get the pick of the blocks, and they will not last long!
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A block's planning zone defines how that land can be used and what can be built on it.
A right to use a part of land owned by another person for a specific purpose. The most common forms of easements are for services, such as water, electricity or sewerage.
The value of a block of land without any buildings, landscaping, paths, or fences. This is different to the block's market value. A block's unimproved value is used to calculate rates and land tax charges.
This represents the shape of the geographical land. Closely spaced contour lines represent a steep slope. Widely spaced lines represent a gentle slope.