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affordability drives demand on stocklandaes ipswich communities

Written by The ReReport

David Laner at Augustine Heights which was planned to maintain more than 47ha of open space, including a rehabilitated 30ha wildlife corridor.

Affordability is the main driver for residents buying into Stockland’s three residential communities within the Ipswich region.


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Stockland’s David Laner said key factors in the success of Kalina Springfield, Augustine Heights and Sovereign Pocket were affordability and proximity to the southwest growth corridor amenities.
“In addition, the ease of connection to Ipswich, Brisbane and the Gold Coast as well as employment hubs,’’ Mr Laner said.


“The communities … have been planned to ensure residents can access shops, schools, medical facilities and public transport.
“Kalina Springfield, which was officially launched two months ago, is the newest Stockland community and is fast becoming a hub of activity.’’

An aerial shot of Stockland’s Augustine Heights community.

Stockland’s Augustine Heights community has unveiled the first home sites at The Haven, which will comprise 40 lots to meet increasing demand for low-maintenance home options.
The first release of land in The Haven will have 10 home sites, with lot sizes from 320sq m and prices from $185,900 to $210,900.
“The new lots, located on the western end of the community, will be perfectly positioned within the wealth of natural green surrounds of Augustine Heights, which has been carefully planned to maintain more than 47ha of open space including a rehabilitated 30ha wildlife corridor,’’ Mr Laner said.


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Finally, Stockland’s Sovereign Pocket community at Deebing Heights has reached a milestone with home sites and roads in the last stages under construction.

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