Con­struc­tion is mov­ing ahead on one of Lo­gan Re­serve’s new­est de­vel­op­ment es­tates.

Villa­wood Prop­er­ties’ Se­quana, which de­vel­op­ers de­scribe as “bou­tique liv­ing”, has started con­struc­tion af­ter an­nounc­ing more than 85 per cent of their stage one sites sold.

The es­tate has more than 340m of river frontage along the Lo­gan River and is lo­cated in the grow­ing re­gion be­tween the Gold Coast and Bris­bane.

Villa­wood Prop­er­ties state de­vel­op­ment man­ager Michael Wil­liams said Se­quana was pop­u­lar with buy­ers be­cause of its lo­ca­tion, al­low­ing res­i­dents the best of both worlds.

“Buy­ers won’t have to sac­ri­fice any ur­ban con­ve­niences to en­joy the semi-ru­ral set­ting with bus and train ser­vices, lo­cal shop­ping cen­tres, parks, schools, child­care and med­i­cal fa­cil­i­ties all within easy reach,” Mr Wil­liams said.

“The high stan­dard of Villa­wood’s ur­ban de­sign, cou­pled with larger than av­er­age lot sizes and ver­sa­tile house and land of­fer­ings, sets Se­quana apart from the other es­tates in the re­gion.”

With the land sizes vary­ing from 420sq m to 1200sq m, Mr Wil­liams said buy­ers were tak­ing com­fort in the va­ri­ety of op­tions avail­able to them.

“Prospec­tive buy­ers now also have the com­fort of buy­ing land that is ready to build on and we are look­ing for­ward to a strong spring sell­ing sea­son as we fi­nalise the bal­ance be­tween reg­is­tered lots and bring on the re­lease of stage two,” he said.

“The range of lots re­flects the di­verse needs and life­style choices of to­day’s fam­i­lies and we are look­ing for­ward to cul­ti­vat­ing a thriv­ing neigh­bour­hood with this bou­tique mas­ter­planned es­tate.”

Villa­wood’s Se­quana es­tate of­fers buy­ers plenty of green space op­tions in­clud­ing En­try Park and Cen­tral Park (right).

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