09 October 2010

New neighbourhood takes shape at Investa's Brentwood estate Augustine Heights

SINCE the first home was built just over a year ago, families have continued to flock to Investa Property Group's Brentwood Rise at Augustine Heights with more than 200 homes completed.

Investa Property Group
Queensland general manager Bruce Harper said the rapid growth and popularity of
Brentwood Rise confirmed the appeal of the project in the midst of a number of well-established communities.
"We are part of one of south-east Queensland's
strongest and most competitive residential growth corridors," Mr
Harper said.

"But our key attributes have allowed us to develop a real niche in this market.

"Our prospective buyers love the fact that living at Brentwood Rise means being part of a small neighbourhood of just 350 families surrounded by natural open space."

"Our display village opened earlier this year featuring 24 homes from 12 of Queensland's leading builders, and continues to provide a showcase of the Brentwood Rise lifestyle to hundreds of people each week.

"With home and land packages priced from below $400,000 plus include a Springfield train station with direct links to the City by 2013 and a Woolworths hardware superstore.

Mr Harper said the new State School, set to open in time for the beginning of the 2011 school year, was also a major draw card for families.

"The school site is really starting to take shape now. It is perfect for residents of
Brentwood Rise as it's just a short walk from home."

The Brentwood Rise
display village is open
10am-5pm seven days a week, off Augusta Parkway, Augustine Heights.

For more information phone 1300 853537.

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