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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.

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