HCAP Developments have released new artist impressions that give an insight into what the $850,000 Verona Parklands will look like upon completion.
Nestled within Verona Estate, the purpose-built park will become one of the best of its kind in the Redbank area.
“Such a level of amenity is generally reserved for larger communities, however we felt that it was important to create a space for both residents and the wider community to come together,” CEO of HCAP Developments Steve Howell said.
He said the expansive kick and throw areas, climbing mega deck tower with slides, adventure tunnels, and sheltered picnic areas were sure to be a hit with families upon completion.
With all 58 homes in the first stage of Verona snatched up in just 8 weeks, Stage Two has again proved to be popular amongst first home buyers.
As one of the lucky ones to purchase in the first stage, first home buyers Nigel Alcorn and his girlfriend bought their Australian dream for $379,603.
“We were so excited when we realised that we could own a brand new four-bedroom home for less than $400,000, I really couldn’t believe the price,” said Nigel.
“When we began looking we were pretty picky about where we wanted to build, we didn’t want to wait for amenity to be built – we wanted to start living straight away.”
“The Parklands combined with Verona’s proximity to Greater Springfield and unbeatable value has been really attractive for young families in the area”, Urbane Homes Sales and Marketing Director Jon Rivera said.
“Arguably the best value in South East Queensland, Verona offers the most affordable house + land this close to the Brisbane CBD.”
“Verona Park is another part of the continued investment in the Redbank area, including the recently opened Town Square Redbank Plains, which is why we were so excited to be involved”, he said.
The recently completed $140 million Town Square Redbank Plains opened at the end of 2016 and is home to over 75 speciality retailers and parking for 1,200 cars.
Huge population and trade growth in the area has attracted big name brands like Woolworths, Aldi and Coles, as well as endless dining options, including the first Pig ‘n’ Whistle outside of Brisbane.
Construction of Verona Park is due to be completed in late August in time for the launch of Stage Three.