DOWN BY THE RIVER
Scenic river frontage has just been released as part of a new $55 million riverside community at Logan Reserve. Developer Villawood Properties has unveiled Sequana, meaning ‘river goddess’ in Gallo-Roman. It will be home to about 950 residents, with 340m of Logan River frontage.
Villawood Properties executive director Tony Johnson said the new community was one of the only new developments in the area that had been masterplanned to take advantage of the Logan River, and would be an easy choice for first-home buyers and owneroccupiers looking to build their family home.
“More than a third of the community will be dedicated to green open space, nature reserves for the Rainbow Bee-eater, walkways, river access, two dog parks, a state of-the-art playground and kickabout areas to cater to a diverse range of future residents,” Mr Johnson said. “We anticipate that a high percentage of buyers will be locals wanting to take advantage of Sequana’s enviable location, amenities and access to some of the best schools in the area.”
Mr Johnson said the area was a good investment, with high price growth for buyers.
“The value for money for owner-occupiers in the Logan Reserve area is evident, with recent statistics showing the Logan Reserve primary school catchment zone has experienced up to 40 per cent property value growth in the past 12 months, making it the second highest growing area for property values in Australia,” he said.
Logan Reserve is a 30-minute drive from Brisbane and 45 minutes from the Gold Coast, close to public transport, local hospitals and Logan Central shopping precincts.
Sequana will be Villawood’s fifth project for the Queensland arm, having completed Miramar at Casuarina and Essencia at Dakabin.
The developer is currently developing the Kingsholme acreage community – Montego Hills and The Surrounds at Helensvale.