LUCK OF THE IRISH
Developers across Moreton Bay have long tried to capture the heart of the region, but one local development can truly call itself part of the furniture.
Tullamore Rise development manager Matthew Cruice’s family has long called Dayboro home.
They own the Tullamore property, adjacent to the development, which has a personal connection to the family’s ancestry.
“Tullamore Rise is named after the village in Ireland where our family’s ancestors came from,” Mr Cruice said.
In looking to enhance the local surrounds, he said it was important to reflect the spirit of Dayboro, which he had long known.
“Dayboro is a pretty location with rolling hills,” he said.
“It’s perhaps one of the region’s best-kept secrets.
“Tullamore Rise is different because we really focused on what people wanted and then created something to suit.
“That is, larger residential lots of land that make the most of our wide, open country living.”
Mr Cruice said the second of three stages of land releases was now on the market.
Each block has views over the D’Aguilar Range, offering what Mr Cruice said was a mix of country and city living.
“People generally don’t have time to manage – or even mow – acreage lots anymore,” he said.
“But they still want that feeling of space and the country lifestyle that goes with it, which is what we’re looking to achieve here.”
A drone's view of the Tullamore Rise estate in Dayboro.