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Queensland Project Wants To Blend Country Living With Modern Lifestyle

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A new master planned community has been unveiled at Rosewood in South East Queensland’s western growth corridor, offering a blend of country living and city convenience.

Developed by Rosewood Green Developments Pty Ltd, the 425 home Rosewood Green development is a 56-hectare site neighbouring both sides of Rosewood Golf Course, a 15 minute drive from Ipswich and a 45-minute drive from Brisbane’s CBD.

The first-stage of the development is complete and offers a range of housing options with traditional lots ranging between 450 square metres to 990 square metres, and large lifestyle lots from 1600 square metres to 4,600 square metres.

Almost a third of the development will be given over to parkland, open space and koala habitat preservation.

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The development will also include a 5,000 square metre central park, which will incorporate a playground, kick-about space, multi-purpose half court with hoop, drinking fountain and an off-leash exercise area for dogs.

Rosewood Green sales and marketing agent Scott Blaney expressed Rosewood Green's main selling point as having all the benefits of an established and modern community, with a country-style living feel.

“The community will blend country charm with all the services and infrastructure for a modern lifestyle,” he said.

“The community is immediately surrounded by local amenities and facilities, with everything you could want right on your doorstep.

“This means buyers can move into a brand new home and can still be a part of a thriving community at the same time."Rosewood Green is boarded by two train stations and has direct access to two major highways. It is within proximity to Ipswich, Greater Springfield, Brisbane and Amberley as well as convenient access to the local Rosewood golf course, schools, cafés, sporting and community clubs, swimming pool and parks.

Located just west of Ipswich, the town of Rosewood has several state and private schools and is close to childcare facilities, a medical centre, and shops including a Super IGA supermarket.

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