23 August 2018

The first residents have moved into their brand new architecturally-designed High Line Terrace homes in the heart of Stockland’s Aura community on the Sunshine Coast.

The innovative High Line Terraces are a partnership between Stockland and leading builders Vantage Homes, Ausmar Homes, Thompson Sustainable Homes and Town Living by Metricon.

 

Adrian Allen, Aura Project Director for Stockland, said the new terraces provided customers with an affordable, low-maintenance home in a great location.

“We’re really pleased to welcome the first residents to High Line and are sure they will be very happy in their new homes,” Mr Allen said. 

 

“These modern terraces have been designed for homebuyers who are looking for a stylish, affordable and attractive home in a central location in our fast-growing Aura community,” he said.   

 

“High Line Terraces are set amid quiet laneways and green walkways in the heart of Aura and just an easy walk to the recently opened Baringa State Primary School, the café and planned shops.”

 

Louise Hebbe, a 25-year-old fly in fly out mine machine operator, is delighted with the three-bedroom, two-storey High Line Terrace she purchased last month from Vantage Homes.

 

“I love my new house at Aura and I really like the community that is developing around me,” Ms Hebbe said.

 

“The house is very good value, really stylish, and is the perfect place for my lifestyle, being very low maintenance,” she said.

 

“It’s also very central to all the new development going on in Aura. I’m close to the new school and they are building a childcare centre across the road. We already have a great café and I’m looking forward to when they build the tavern.”

 

With 10 different designs to choose from, the High Line series is exclusive to Aura and features high ceiling spaces, polished concrete floors and master suites overlooking internal courtyards.


Each terrace has a separate title and owners pay no body corporate fees.


Mr Allen acknowledged Economic Development Queensland for its role in supporting the supply of affordable new homes in Aura.

 

“Economic Development Queensland has been instrumental to this project, providing speedy approvals of these innovative new designs,” he said.

 

Local conveniences are within easy walking distance of High Line with the existing sports fields, clubhouse and primary school and the future high school, childcare centre, neighbourhood retail centre and tavern all within 500 metres of the homes.

 

Our Display Village features six stylish terrace designs on display. The display village is open seven days a week from 10am to 5pm beside the Aura Sales and Vision Centre at 1 Lukin Terrace, Bells Creek.