Focus on families
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.