Es­tate of­fers buy­ers Peak of per­fec­tion

The Weekend Post - Real Estate - - Real Estate -

OF­FER­ING pri­vacy, cool breezes, el­e­vated liv­ing with stun­ning moun­tain stream and rain­for­est views, there is lit­tle more per­fect than Red Peak For­est Es­tate’s latest land re­lease – Stage 8A.

There are only three of these highly sought 1000sq m benched al­lot­ments avail­able, which have been care­fully de­signed and po­si­tioned to cap­ture the very best of Red Peak liv­ing at Car­avon­ica, one of Cairns’ most de­sir­able sub­urbs.

Con­ve­niently lo­cated just a stone’s throw from Smith­field and about a 10-minute drive from Cairns’ air­port and CBD, this land re­lease rep­re­sents the ini­tial ex­ten­sion of the sold out Stage 7, and is ac­cessed by Red Peak Boule­vard.

Red Peak For­est Es­tate devel­oper Vince Ober­dan said that although Stage 7 had now been sold, Stage 8A as well as pre­vi­ously com­pleted stages 6 and 10A en­sured there was a good se­lec­tion of land to suit all buy­ers and their bud­gets.

“Stage 10A is po­si­tioned in a great lo­ca­tion close to the recre­ational lake and park­lands and is likely to at­tract up­graders or en­try-level pur­chasers, with land start­ing from $280,000, while Stage 6 of­fers in­cred­i­ble views of the North­ern Beaches, Green Is­land and Barron Gorge. Land within Stage 8A starts from $350,000,” he said.

Adding to the es­tate’s ap­peal as one of the most favoured places in Cairns are feng shui prin­ci­pals, which have been in­cor­po­rated into the heart of this master-planned com­mu­nity.

“Feng shui re­ally comes down to good de­sign, which made sense in a residential de­vel­op­ment like ours with the rain­for­est right on our doorstep,” Mr Ober­dan said.

“In­cor­po­rat­ing it into the ini­tial stages meant we could ideally po­si­tion roads, en­sur­ing they were wide and curved, as well as of­fer plenty of open space with sig­nif­i­cant rocks placed in the area.”

All al­lot­ments have ac­cess to un­der­ground ser­vices in­clud­ing sewer, wa­ter, elec­tric­ity, telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions, and gas.

Drive­ways have been grav­elled and build­ing pads have been cut ready for con­struc­tion.

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