Read about how we celebrated the end of an era with an afternoon of free family fun at Augustine Heights.
Stockland’s award-winning Augustine Heights is fast approaching its highly anticipated completion, and to celebrate a successful 14 years the thriving community hosted an action-packed party in the park.
There was free fun for the whole family, the high-energy afternoon on Sunday, 6 October provided Springfield citizens the chance to mingle with their neighbours, listen to live acoustic music and eat an array of delicious food from local vendors.
Meanwhile, there was plenty of entertainment for the kids with face painting, balloon twisting, roving entertainers and giant inflatable games.
With only eight lots remaining for sale, starting at just $154,900*, opportunity to secure a space within the popular Augustine community is limited.
David Laner, Queensland General Manager for Residential Communities at Stockland, said the community’s popularity was a testament to the outstanding lifestyle on offer, the affordability of its attractive home sites and easy access to a wide range of services and facilities.
“I’m extremely proud of our community, which is known for lush natural surrounds and its connection to all the services and conveniences offered by its easy access within the golden triangle of Ipswich, Brisbane and the Gold Coast.
“Buyers have one last chance to snap up a block and enjoy the best of both worlds - a beautiful, private setting but everything they need at their doorstep, including shops, schools, medical facilities and public transport.’’
House and land packages with some of the state’s leading builders are also available and are priced from $343,100* for a three-bedroom, two-bathroom home.
According to the latest figures from the Real Estate Institute of Queensland, the median house price of a home in Augustine Heights is $515,000^ , making the house and land packages well below established home prices in the area.
Mr Laner said Stockland’s Augustine Heights offered excellent value for a wide range of customers, from first-home buyers to downsizers and investors.
Augustine Heights, which will eventually comprise more than 1,000 homes on a 183-hectare site, incorporates 47 kilometres of open space, including playgrounds, parks, nature reserves and kilometres of walking and cycling paths. It offers both a state school, catholic school and childcare centre within the community and is minutes from shops, transport, cafes, Universities and health services.
*Price is correct as at the date 25/09/2019 and is subject to change without notice or obligation. Lots are subject to availability. Price does not include stamp duty, registration fees, the cost of constructing a home or any other incidental fees associated with the acquisition of land.
^Real Estate Institute of Queensland, June 2019