The first home sites at Stockland’s brand new Promenade Rothwell community have generated a flurry of interest from eager homebuyers as construction on the $44 million project gets underway.
Located in Brisbane’s thriving northern growth corridor, the boutique community has prime northern frontage to Moreton Bay and sits within one of the key Moreton Bay Region Council growth precincts.
The first release of 22 lots range in size from 263 square metres to 448 square metres and are priced from $214,900.
David Laner, Acting Queensland General Manager for Residential Communities at Stockland, said the response to the initial land release was outstanding.
“This is an important milestone for our new community and we’re delighted with the strong response from customers who appreciate Promenade’s enviable location and value for money,” Mr Laner said.
“The success of our nearby communities of North Lakes and Newport is reflected in the keen interest we have received from homebuyers looking for a safe, family-friendly community that offers quality homes close to established services and amenities.
“Importantly, Promenade offers a wide range of affordable homes for entry-level buyers and a large number of our enquiries have come from people looking to step on the property ladder for the first time.”
Located just 35km north of the Brisbane CBD and 66km from Caloundra, the community will ultimately comprise around 190 homes positioned close to walking and cycle paths, parks, schools, public transport, shopping, dining and entertainment.
This story was first published in The Fence.