AVJennings will be launching a boutique new community in the sought after suburb of Bridgeman Downs this week.
The new Enclave community will comprise 38 homesites for purchasers looking to design and build their own dream home as well as a collection of 15 architect designed homes to be built by AVJennings.
AVJennings Development Manager Barry Young said Bridgeman Downs is a popular area for families, due to its location just 12km from the Brisbane CBD with easy access to schools, shopping centres and parks in the leafy northern suburbs.
"There has been little opportunity to secure a brand new homesite or house and land package in Bridgeman Downs in recent years, so Enclave is a unique offering,” he said.
"The real appeal of Enclave is not only that people have the opportunity to build a new home but they will also be of exceptional quality, with design covenants in place to encourage architectural merit and a focus on sustainability in all dwellings.
"Bridgeman Downs is transitioning into a leafy urban residential area and we’re offering a range of lot sizes to suit purchasers at all stages of life.
The 38 homesites range from 450 square metres to 795 square metres, giving ample room for a family home with a backyard, or a more compact abode for those looking to downsize.
"The 15 beautiful homes being created by AVJennings will be built on homesites ranging from 450 to 490 square metres and will feature a raft of luxury fittings and finishes. There will be high and low set homes priced from $736,000 suited to buyers looking for a low maintenance lifestyle with luxury trimmings.
“Each home has been architecturally designed to promoted relaxed indoor-outdoor living with an emphasis on efficient running costs," Mr Young said.
The AVJennings homes will boast up to 180 square metres of living space, with separate living and dining areas, ducted air conditioning and an outdoor entertainment terrace. The homes will be 4 bedroom or 3 bedroom with a multi-purpose room.
Construction on the new community has just commenced with land now selling and the first home makers expected to move in by early 2018.