Choice Homes’ launch of the Highland Estate has been marked with the simultaneous release of 163 blocks worth $37.5 million.
The master planned community in the Logan Corridor was expected to match the performance of its nearby sister estate, Tallagandra Heights, which sold out in record time.
Located near the Holmview Train Station, and around 30 minutes from both Brisbane and the Gold Coast, The Highlands is well placed to harness the strong demand for property in the area.
“We are expecting to deliver $75 million plus in house and land packages by the end of the year,” Choice Homes Director Troy Knight said.
“This is an exciting new master planned estate that has been a long time in the making and Choice Homes is excited to finally release it to the market.
“There is significant pent up demand for property in the Northern Corridor and we wanted to go some way to meeting that while launching The Highlands with a bang.”
Three new display homes, powered by James Hardie and Colorbond Steel materials, will open in early July at the estate, which is situated just off the corner Tallagandra and Wuraga Road, Holmview and ideally positioned with easy access to the M1.
Mr Knight said the Highlands development is just minutes from Eden’s Landing State School, Canterbury College and more than 21 public and private schools and numerous childcare centres in the Logan region.
Choice Homes has been responsible for more than a dozen projects predominately in south east Queensland growth areas such as the Gold Coast, Brisbane, Ipswich and Beaudesert, as well as major resource industry hubs such as Mackay.