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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.

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