4 Bedroom House And Land Packages in Fernvale, Queensland
This development is a large residential community developed by UDIA award winning developer, Lateral Properties.
Located in Fernvale within the Somerset Region it forms part of Brisbane’s Western Corridor, one of the fastest growing regions of South East Queensland (SEQ).
Within walking distance to the centre of town and a short commute to a wide range of employment opportunities and infrastructure projects. The estate has existing approvals in place to develop a further 1,500 lots in addition to the 400 lots already completed. The estate features traditional urban homesites ranging in size from 600m2 to 1,000m2 plus with minimum 18m frontages. All homesites are either level or benched and retained to provide easy to build on homesites which will save thousands in dwelling construction costs.
The Estate is located in the thriving township of Fernvale only 20 minutes from Ipswich and 45 minutes from Brisbane set in the beautiful Brisbane Valley have released their next stage, Release 10.
Release 10 features large residential home sites overlooking rural vistas towards the distant mountains. This boutique release of only 36 blocks range in size from 600sqm to over 800sqm.
It offers a choice of quality fully serviced homesites that are NBN ready and affordable house and land packages
Recent figures from the Queensland Government Statistician’s Office predict a Queensland state population of 6.8 million by 2036, up from the current 4.8 million. One of the fastest predicted growing regions in Queensland will be Somerset Region which is expected to grow to 32,500 by 2036 which is an increase of 46% over the 25 year period.This population projection will mean 12,500 new homes will be required in Somerset to meet demand over the same period.* (Sources: ABS Census 2011, Somerset Economic Development Plan, *based on average Somerset household size of 2.6 people per dwelling)
ABS employment projections forecast 11.2% growth in jobs in South East Queensland over the next 5 years however, Ipswich and the Western Corridor is projected to grow faster than the rest of South East Queensland.Since 2006, Ipswich’s population has increased by about 25,000 to more than 166,000, with the economy increasing from $4.2 billion to an estimated $4.9 billion gross value-added production (2008) which is an increase of 17.8% in 2 years. By 2026, the economy in the Western Corridor is projected to be worth $12.7 billion with a population of 355,000.
(Sources: ABS Census 2011,Queensland Government Industry Portal)
Located in one of the fastest growing regions in South East Queensland
Walking distance to Woolworths Shopping Centre
Close to Schools, Town Centre and Day Care
20 minutes to Ipswich CBD
45 minutes to Brisbane CBD
20 minutes to Amberley RAAF base
70,000 jobs within a 30 minute commute
Large, level, easy to build elevated homesites – minimum 600sqm
Features & Amenities
Full price turn-key package
NBN ready homes
Walking distance to Town Centre
UDIA award winning developer
Complete landscape package
20 year structural guarantee
Sliver light fittings and ceiling fans
1x Air conditioner to living areas
1x Air conditioner to main bedroom *applicable toboth dwellings
Security screens to all doors and windows
Brisbane Airport (74km, 53 min)
Brisbane CBD (60km, 45 min)
Ipswich CBD (25km, 20 min)
Ipswich Hospital (24km, 19 min)
St Andrew’s Hospital, Ipswich (25km, 20 min)
Wesley Hospital, Auchenflower (56km, 43 min)
PA Hospital, Woolloongaba (57km, 47 min)
Fernvale State Primary School, Fernvale (2km. 3 min)
Lowood State High School, Lowood (9.2km, 9 min)
Ipswich State High School, Brassall (21km, 16 min)
West Moreton Anglican College, Karrabin (16km, 12 min)
Ipswich Girls Grammar, East Ipswich (26km, 22 min)
Ipswich Grammar School, Ipswich (25km, 20 min)
St Edmunds Christian College, Woodend (23 km, 20 min)
St Mary’s College, Woodend (23km, 20 min)
Fernvale Indoor Sports Centre
Rail Trail – Walking, running, cycling, horse trail
Valley of the Lakes – Wivenhoe Dam & Lake Somerset BBQs – Wood and electric, picnicsBoating, canoeing, sailingCamping, fishing, bird watching, koala spotting