READY TO SPRING INTO ACTION
Master Builders is about to start construction on its largest display village — Springfield Rise at Spring Mountain.
Work will begin on the development towards the end of this year and it is expected to open in the first half of 2018.
The village will feature 52 homes from 20 of its builders including InVision Homes, Clarendon Homes, Hallmark Homes, Metricon, Simonds Homes, Coral Homes, Valeco Homes, Steve Parcell, Integra Homes, Valcon, Bella Properties, Stroud Homes, Oracle Platinum Homes, Nuvo Homes, GJ Gardner, Callaway Homes, Orbit Homes, DC Living and Plantation Homes.
Situated in the western corridor, Springfield Rise at Spring Mountain is about a 30-minute drive or a 40-minute train ride to Brisbane CBD and about 15 minutes to Ipswich city, with easy access to the Centenary Highway and Logan Motorway.
The display village is located between Springfield Central’s town centre and White Rock-Spring Mountain Conservation Estate.
The stunning natural surrounds will meld with a contemporary community equipped with plenty of modern conveniences.
Master Builders Display Villages manager Andrew Rockley said Master Builders had responded to demand by opening villages in southeast Queensland’s major growth corridors.
“Our display villages offer the best value for money and high-quality homes that can be tailored to individual needs and adapted as families grow,” Mr Rockley said.
“Master Builders is continuing with its strategy of having a strong display village presence in key growth corridors of Queensland. The beginning of 2017 has been highly successful, with all seven of our other display villages trading very well.”
This follows the record-breaking success of the Jimboomba Woods acreage display village that Mr Rockley said had traded beyond expectation during its first two years of operation.