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house rules at south ripley

Written by The ReReport

House Rules winners Luke & Cody Cook will be at South Ripley this weekend.

Popular House Rules 2016 winners Luke and Cody Cook will host a design and construction workshop as part of Providence South Ripley’s Heart and Soul Festival on November 24.


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Providence Community Group Incorporated volunteers, will host the event, which will include a host of entertainment and workshops.
Providence project director Michael Khan said the resident-developed event was an
extraordinary example of community collaboration.

Ripley Valley’s Providence master planned community unveiled a new $15 million display in September 2018.

“It’s fantastic to see a community-led festival of this scale happening at Providence,” Mr Khan said.
“We want to ensure that as the population in Providence grows, so does the sense of belonging to somewhere truly special.
“With the Sales and Community Centre, Forty West Cafe and Splash’n’Play Water Park all now open and fully operational it has been amazing to see residents embrace the opportunities these leading facilities represent.”


Providence community development officer Felicity Hill said the community was one of self empowerment.
“Our goal is to build a self-sufficient and empowered community where residents feel welcome and valued and build lasting relationships.
“To achieve this, we proudly support residents in coming together to create the kind of community they wish to be part of.”
This festival is Providence’s largest community event of the year and Ms Hill expects Heart and Soul to become a leading regional event.
“The festival is run by the members of the community group and Providence provides
sponsorship and operational support,” she said.
The festival will showcase over 70 stallholders and a diverse range of food trucks to create a
day of fun and learning, in addition to live performances from local band the Huntsmen
The Heart & Soul Festival is also the launch of the community’s annual support for City Hope
Care’s Hampers of Hope Appeal.

Ripley Valley’s Providence master planned community unveiled a new $15 million display in September 2018.

The estate is a haven for first home buyers and has continued to cement itself as the most popular masterplanned community in the Ripley Valley, after recently settling its 1000th land sale.
According to statistics provided by the developer, Providence’s 1000th property settlers join a like-minded community where 55.1 per cent of buyers were renting prior to buying and 66 per cent of purchasers are first home buyers.
Families looking for a suitable place to create a forever home make up 52.5 per cent of buyers within the community.
Software developer Kurt and school teacher Sarah Doherty spent the past few years living in rental properties in search of the perfect place to call home, before successfully settling on a block of land within the Providence community.
“We really love the community aspect of the area,” Ms Doherty said.

Providence Parklands at South Ripley.

“We love that when you drive through the entrance, you can straight away see the water park and there’s always people playing there; there’s always families, and we have a lot of friends in the area.
“We moved house every year for a few years to try out different areas and see different types of houses, to see how and where we would like to live.
“When Providence was first built we thought it would be a great place to live – it was really exciting when we found a block of land; it’s near a park, it’s on a hill, and it overlooks the mountains.
“It sort of all fell together and we were just excited that the opportunity came up when it did.”
Having spent most of their lives in the Ipswich area, Mrs Doherty said it was vital to settle on a location which would be a convenient distance to work as well as a place where they could raise their young son, Charlie.
“We wanted home to have friends in his area that also went to school with him, so he can play with them at the park and things like that,” Ms Doherty said.
As with all other lots within the development, the Doherty’s land and future household will also present ample opportunity for successful property investment, due to the Ripley Valley being southeast Queensland’s fastest growing corridor.


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The area is expected to welcome an additional 147,515 residents to its population by 2043, making it close to the size of Toowoomba.
According to statistics supplied by the developer, over the past three years, sales in the corridor increased 8.8 per cent and prices 13.8 per cent as the corridor’s popular grows.

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