ENCLAVE FOR EASY LIVING
Construction is under way at Sage Landing on the Sunshine Coast, with 40 per cent sold since the launch of the project in May.
HMR Projects director Ken Reed said the response from the market had been positive with a number of other lots receiving keen interest from both local Buderim residents looking to downsize and interstate buyers wanting to move.
“As long-term Sunshine Coast locals and Buderim residents ourselves, we’ve made a conscious effort to design a development that incorporates the best of Buderim living, capitalising on the village lifestyle and the leafy surrounds,” Mr Reed said. “We had long been looking for a site to build a limited number of quality homes within easy walking distance of the village and it’s great to see the sod turned and civil works commencing as Sage Landing comes to fruition.”
Ray White Buderim real estate agent Lew Pottinger said the commencement of construction marked a significant milestone for both the development and the Buderim housing market as a whole.
“Over the past few decades there has been a limited number of subdivisions on top of Buderim and, of these, the majority have centred on expansive homes that require a lot of upkeep in terms of lawns and other maintenance,” Mr Pottinger said. “While Sage Landing’s high-end homes are still spacious enough to accommodate families or couples, the development has been specifically designed to be low maintenance. This isn’t an offering we see every day in Buderim and there is no comparative product on the market.”
Mr Pottinger said just eight home and land offerings remained at Sage Landing.
“Another big attraction for buyers so far has proved to be the privacy the development affords,” Mr Pottinger said. “Sage Landing is very much its own private enclave; however, there are no body corporate costs and the project is close to cafes and retail outlets.”
Sage Landing in Buderim has spacious, high-end, low maintenance homes, an easy walk to cafes and boutique retail.