Stockland’s waterfront community at Birtinya will offer sixty town houses, that share a central park, barbecue facilities and pool.
As the old saying goes, property is all about location, location, location.
A new medium-density precinct on the Sunshine Coast is looking to leverage just that, combining waterfront and parkland living with convenience to local employment, healthcare and shopping facilities.
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Stockland’s Sway Birtinya is the latest development attracted to the area by the massive 17ha Sunshine Coast Health Precinct at Kawana, which has links to public transport, a hotel, aged care apartments and a greenfield “health hub” facility for specialists.
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Stockland senior development manager Matt Patullo said the Birtinya community’s proximity to these facilities would provide convenience for workers.
Stockland’s waterfront town house community at Birtinya on the Sunshine Coast Sway.
“Stockland’s Birtinya community has been a sought-after neighbourhood for health professionals and those looking to upgrade to a prime location on the Sunshine Coast since the project first launched,” Mr Patullo said.
“Sway’s quality designs and low-maintenance lifestyle within walking distance of two hospitals and Birtinya Town Centre is also a drawcard for healthcare workers.”
Sway’s quality designs and low-maintenance lifestyle within walking distance of two hospitals and Birtinya Town Centre is also a drawcard for healthcare workers.
Sway Birtinya will have 60 townhouses and a central park, barbecue facilities and a community swimming pool, with Mr Patullo promising affordability was key for the region.
Sunshine Coast architecture firm O.G.E. Group designed each townhouse to be distinctive.
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“We’ve focused very much on every home having a connection to the outdoors, and every residence having its own identity,” O.G.E. Group director John Robertson said.
“Life’s busy so you want to come home and relax and enjoy the Coast, whether in your private space or in the communal areas.”