BUYERS FLOCK TO BRENTWOOD FOREST

BUYERS FLOCK TO BRENTWOOD FOREST

CONSTRUCTION is expected to commence on Investa Land’s latest residential project, following strong buyer demand.

Brentwood Forest is comprised of 75 lots at the Bellbird Park development, located in the greater Springfield growth corridor.

Investa Land Queensland general manager Bruce Harper says buyer activity is heating up, with demand for affordable family-sized blocks of land.

“Already more than half of the lots in our latest land release have been snapped up, prompting the start of construction,” Harper says.

“Investa Land delivers land lots that are levelled and retained, saving buyers thousands of dollars in construction costs.

“Residents also have immediate access to services such as natural gas and fibre-optic internet.”

Harper says the next 12 months at the development will be busy, after the company received planning approval for the next land release.

The government has delivered key infrastructure in the area, including the new Springfield Rail line, the duplication of the Centenary Highway and upgrades to the Logan Motorway and Ipswich Motorway.

The Orion Springfield Central refurbishment is expected to be completed in late 2015, bringing 80 new retail outlets.

“The delivery of parks and pathways and the retention of natural bushland are what sets Brentwood Forest apart – families value the open green space and the sense of community,” Harper says.

The current land release offers lots ranging in size from 384sqm to 654sqm.

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