Kids Day a time to celebrate
CONSTRUCTION of the final stage of Mirvac’s Sanctuary on Moggill residential community is nearing completion, with the precinct expected to receive title registration in the coming weeks.
The Reserve precinct features the final 68 home sites – almost half of which have already sold or been reserved – at the Sanctuary on Moggill, 5km from Ips wich and 18km fromthe Brisbane CBD.
A Kids Day will be held to mark the milestone today, including free activities from 26pm with a giant slide, water park area, slip and slide, pony rides, jumping castles and face painting to keep children entertained.
There will also be food and drink stalls for the whole family.
Mirvac Queensland development director of masterplanned communities Russell Berlee said a diverse mix of home sites, ranging from 613sq mto 2760sq m, remained in the final stage.
“The Sanctuary on Moggill has appealed to those wanting to live near the city but away fromthe hustle and bustle,” he said.
“There is limited opportunity to live in a semirural community like this in commuting distance to the CBD, so it offers a tree change to those wanting to achieve that style of work-life balance.
“It has also been popular with people who are already living in the area and want to upgrade to a brand new property or a larger home site.”
Mr Berlee said the range of home sites available meant therewas a block to suit a variety of buyers.
“The Sanctuary on Moggill has been really popular with families whowant a bigger backyard for the children to play in, but it has appealed to the whole spectrum of buyers, fromfirst-home buyers through to retirees,” he said.
“Many of the home sites in the final stage back on to bushland or overlook a large central park, with a total of more than 4ha of parkland within the estate giving residents plenty of green open space to enjoy.”
Homesites in the final stage are predominantly flat or gently sloping, many with a north or northeast aspect to maximise views and breezes.
Mr Berlee said the KidsDay was being held for the second year andwas a fun and free event for the whole family.
“It is a great opportunity for people to experience what life here is like and the fantastic community atmosphere that makes this area so unique,” he said.
“They can also walk around the final stage of home sites at The Sanctuary on Moggill.”
The Reserve lots are priced from$240,000.