Fo­cus on fam­i­lies

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A STEL­LAR sales run in one Mango Hill project has seen the de­vel­oper record more than $62 mil­lion in sales dur­ing the sec­ond half of 2014.

Villa World sold 155 homes in its Park Vista com­mu­nity, leav­ing just six lots still avail­able in the cur­rent stage six.

Only two more stages will follow.

Villa World se­nior de­vel­op­ment man­ager Gary Hunter said the project’s af­ford­able prices, qual­ity homes and lo­ca­tion in the cen­tre of one of the city’s fastest-grow­ing ar­eas had gal­vanised pur­chasers since July.

“It’s a win­ning for­mula for buy­ers and it has de­liv­ered Villa World one of its most suc­cess­ful de­vel­op­ments,” he said. “As a re­sult, Park Vista is now home to 266 fam­i­lies, and grow­ing.”

Mr Hunter said the $400,000 start­ing point for Park Vista’s house-and-land pack­ages re­flected the com­mu­nity’s fam­ily fo­cus.

“We’re at­tract­ing many owner-oc­cu­pier fam­i­lies as well as first-home buy­ers who can get a qual­ity foothold in the mar­ket for as low as $385,000, thanks to the State Gov­ern­ment’s first home­owner con­struc­tion grant,” he said.

The re­main­ing lots in stage six are the last of the de­vel­op­ment’s larger-sized blocks.

Sur­rounded by 26ha of na­tive bush­land re­serve, Park Vista’s three- and fourbed­room homes are within walk­ing dis­tance of the com­mu­nity’s parks.

The de­vel­op­ment is close to ma­jor shop­ping and recre­ational fa­cil­i­ties, and schools.

Com­muter ac­cess from Mango Hill to Bris­bane CBD is also be­ing bol­stered with con­struc­tion of the $1.15 bil­lion More­ton Bay Rail Link.

SALES RUN: Park Vista at Mango Hill has only six lots avail­able.

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