Small trend emerges
YOUNG professionals looking to break into the property market are buying smaller, lowmaintenance housing in the northern Gold Coast corridor.
AVJennings has released two new homesite precincts at its Big Sky residential community, Coomera.
The Taurus and Capella releases comprise 45 blocks ranging between 340 sq m and 928 sq m, across a 3.6 ha site.
A number of smaller blocks feature 10m frontages – a first for the community – designed for affordable, lowm maintenance homes.
AVJennings Queensland g general manager Rod Chadwick said the smaller blocks had been released to m meet demand from young pr professionals looking to get into th the property market.
“We are seeing a trend emerge with first and secondhome buyers seeking small-lot homes in suburban areas,” he said. “A smaller house can provide all the liveable attributes of a larger house yet they are more efficient in their use of space and generally require minimal maintenance.
“With prices starting from just $204,900 in the new land release, building a home at Big Sky is very achievable and depending on the design of the home, our buyers will be able to build a quality new home with a house and land value in the mid $300,000s.”
On completion, the community will feature 318 homesites, set among a proposed 8.3ha of open space including bikeways, walkways and parkland.
LOW MAINTENANCE: AVJennings has released two new precincts of homesites at its Big Sky residential community at Coomera.