Brookwater Diversifies Luxury Housing Products to Meet New Demand
Wednesday, April 18 2012
The desire for housing diversity coupled with an exclusive golf lifestyle is driving demand for the latest release in Brookwater, which was officially launched this week.
The latest stage in Brookwater’s The Crest release is an exciting collection of 31 home and land packages.
The new range features a series of four-bedroom luxury terrace homes, lifestyle homes and traditional homes all set amongst native Australian bushland.
This new product will appeal to existing residents, families looking to downsize and investors. Homesites range from 401 square metres to 814 square metres, with home and land packages priced from $495,000.
Brookwater Residential General Manager Terry Honan said the latest range of home and land packages was a result of an increasing demand for new and diverse luxury housing options.
“There has been a tremendous amount of growth in the area which has driven the need for a diversity of housing options to suit a variety of lifestyles,” Mr Honan said.
“While this is the first time Brookwater have offered housing products of this size, quality has not been compromised with the new architecturally-designed homes including luxury interior finishes.”
A recent study conducted by the Council of Mayors’ (SEQ) – the Livable Compact Cities Project (2011)* – found that residents within south-east Queensland want to see a diversity of housing options within their local community to enable them to choose different housing types as they enter each new life stage.
“Research has indicated that more people in south-east Queensland want a diversity of housing options in the one community to allow them to age-in-place as they move from one life-stage to the next,” Mr Honan said.
“A key theme of the Council of Mayors’ (SEQ) research was the importance of community, with more people wanting to both up-size and down-size within their preferred locality.
“For example, some of our existing residents who have been here for almost ten years are looking at down-sizing their home to suit their lifestyle, but don’t want to compromise on quality or lifestyle.
“Brookwater’s new range of home and land packages will allow people to choose from a much wider choice of housing options – from luxury terrace homes to traditional homes complete with media rooms and extra entertaining space – which will better suit their changing lifestyle and needs,” Mr Honan said.
Mr Honan said Brookwater’s exclusive lifestyle was continuing to attract new residents and investors to the award-winning community.
“Brookwater residents have access to our premier community facilities – including the Greg Norman-designed golf course, tennis courts, the award-winning clubhouse and Drift restaurant – which all contribute to the overall liveability of the area,” Mr Honan said.
Residents and investors are set to benefit from a range of new services and infrastructure in the area over the next couple of years, with the $1.2 billion Springfield rail line set for completion next year and the new $30 million Brookwater Retail Village – housing a Woolworths, Mater Health Centre and eight speciality stores – opening later this year.
Brookwater is also within a five-minute drive to nine schools and a university, making is one of south-east Queensland’s best-serviced communities.
“While the overall lifestyle is what initially attracts people to Brookwater, it is these key infrastructure developments in and around Greater Springfield which is really securing the area as a solid investment for years to come,” Mr Honan said.
To find out more about Brookwater, contact the Brookwater Sales and Information Centre on (07) 3814 5177 or visit www.brookwater.com.au.
Located 30 minutes from Brisbane’s CBD, Brookwater is a premier golf residential community built around the Greg Norman-designed Golf Course and is part of Springfield Land Corporation’s Greater Springfield.
For more information contact:
Louise McGill I BBS Communications Group
P: 07 3221 6711 M: 0432 252 878