SPLASH OUT ON A BLOCK
Interstate buyers from as far away as Victoria are eyeing blocks at Foreshore Coomera on the Gold Coast.
Stage nine of the Stockland development was recently fast-tracked to meet demand, with 12 new blocks now available.
Stockland Residential Communities acting Queensland general manager David Larner said the latest land release at Foreshore Coomera was ahead of schedule.
Mr Larner said the community was proving popular with local and interstate buyers seeking a home surrounded by nature but close to shops, schools and cafes.
“The majority of our customers at Foreshore Coomera are from the southeast Queensland region however we continue to receive inquiries from interstate buyers as far as Victoria, who are drawn by the affordability of land coupled with the region’s laidback waterside lifestyle.”
Mr Larner said the masterplanned community was a hive of construction activity, with the first residents expected to move in before the end of the year.
Future residents Sue and Bernard Inglis, who will move from Springbrook acreage, have been searching for an opportunity to downsize since 2014.
“We’ve been looking for the right home for many years and coming from Springbrook, we really loved the idea of being close to the conservation reserve, the parks, the river and the jetty,” Ms Inglis said.
“The property we’re on now is just too much work.”
Foreshore Coomera is 26km from the Gold Coast CBD, a short drive to the Coomera train station and within easy access to the M1.
Foreshore Coomera buyers Bernard and Sue Inglis (pictured right) with son Brandon and girlfriend Bo Sirilak Panjarak, at their lot.