Buyers seek out parks and recreation at Thornlands development

first_imgThe Rise @ ThornlandsThe developer behind a residential development at Thornlands has credited the construction of a neighbourhood park for its sales success.Orchard Property Group recently launched the fourth and final stage of The Rise @ Thornlands development, which will comprise 34 residential lots ranging in size from 375sq m to 822sq m.Once completed, the entire masterplanned community will comprise 156 lots, of which 122 have already been sold.The Rise @ ThornlandsMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market21 hours ago“In the lead up to stage four’s release, The Rise @ Thornlands had already experienced strong sales rates through its previous three stages,” managing director Brent Hailey said.“Aside from the appeal of purchasing land in a quality area, much of our sales success can be attributed to our park, which has been developed in conjunction with Redland City Council and provides a focal point for the estate.”The park, which was constructed during stage one as a commitment to attracting owner occupier families, boasts a Nature Play design to keep children from inside and outside of the estate entertained for hours.Mr Hailey said the position of the park on the development’s “front door” had driven strong sales, with the development’s proximity to health care, schools and shopping facilities also a major drawcard.Twenty per cent of buyers to date had been first-home buyers, he said.Stage four recently launched to the public , with lots starting from $290,000.Design guidelines outline the requirements for setbacks and articulation of facades in order to deliver a variation of streetscape.“The guidelines are designed to make sure we get housing typology that ensures people’s housing investment is underpinned by quality housing within the estate,” Mr Hailey said.last_img

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