Ascot Eves

20 Mordant Street, Ascot Brisbane

11 Apartments

Completed August 2014

Ascot Eves offers Ascot residents and investors alike a new style of product in the area. With ground floor car parks, close to transport and facilities, this style of apartment developments is a high class, low cost entry into one of Queensland’s most prestigious suburbs.

Ascot is a well established suburb in the City of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, characterised by large Queenslander homes. Ascot is 7 kilometres from Brisbane's city centre. Ascot is perhaps locally best known for its beautiful old homes, the picturesque poinciana tree lined shopping area of Racecourse Road, and for the Eagle Farm and Doomben racecourses, popular for racing carnivals.

Avichi Apartments

78 Lower King Street, Caboolture

18 Apartments

Completed March 2014

With ground floor car parks, security and lift access, this style of apartment development has only just began to hit its mark in the outer northern Brisbane suburbs. These modern stylish units, located within walking distance to all services and amenities, are sure to maintain a large amount of interest and progressive returns. All this convenience and the sandy beaches are only a short drive away.

Caboolture is approximately 44 kilometres north of Brisbane. Caboolture is considered to be the northernmost urban area of the greater Brisbane metropolitan region within South East Queensland, and it marks the end of the Brisbane suburban commuter railway service along the North Coast railway line. As at 30 June 2010, Caboolture had an estimated population of 46,882.

Originally a quiet town popular with farmers and retirees, the growth in affordable housing in this region has seen this suburb welcome many new families. Businesses have been quick to capitalise on this area’s growth with homemaker centres, mega hardware stores and shopping centres taking up prime locations in Caboolture’s outer-suburbs.

Lushland Estate Stage 2

Roxton Court, Beerwah

Stage 2 - 15 Lot Subdivision

Completion June 2017

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Beerwah is a thriving township located between Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast. Positioned at the foot of Mount Beerwah, it is surrounded by a gathering of small towns including Landsborough, Glass House Mountains, Beerburrum, Peachester and Mooloolah. Of this locale, Beerwah is certainly the most developed and boasts the most infrastructure including private and public schools, shopping (including Target, Woolworths and an IGA), an award winning pub, medical centres, golf club and access to all services including a train station.

With Beerwah positioned within easy access to the Bruce Highway, it is an easy trip south to Brisbane or north to the Sunshine Coast. The Brisbane airport is approximately 70kms away and it is an easy drive to the sun, surf and sand on the Sunshine Coast. Australia Zoo is within 3kms from the town centre.

44 Emperor

44 Esplanade, Tin Can bay

12 Town Homes

Commencement of Development Approval

Positioned in-between the glistening yachts of the Tin Can Bay Marina (which has approval for 236 marina berths) and the ocean side of the Esplanade, this site would arguably be one of the best positioned sites in Tin Can Bay.

Tin Can Bay is a small community located approximately two hour’s drive from Brisbane, 30 minutes from Rainbow Beach, and 45 minutes from Gympie and Maryborough. The town has a population of approximately 6000 people. Cooloola Cove is a housing estate 5 minutes from Tin Can Bay which supports a Woolworths with specialty shops and its own industrial area. Tin Can Bay attracts holiday makers looking for a relaxed holiday, and retirees as it still offers that ‘small fishing village’ feel. It is great for young families that need to get away from the hustle and bustle. The school is located in Tin Can Bay and offers Prep to Year 10.

The Esplanade runs parallel with Council parks and is within walking distance to most of Tin Can Bay’s restaurants and cafés and backs onto Emperor Street where the Marina precinct is located.

Karinya Place

Shakes Road, Nairne SA

8 House and Land Packages

Completed June 2011

An 8 lot subdivision in the growth corridor of the Adelaide Hills just on the outskirts of Mt Barker, South Australia.

Nairne is an interesting township with a population of around 2,500 people in the Adelaide Hills. Just 42 km from Adelaide, 8 km from Mt Barker and 12 km from Hahndorf. Nairne is the best kept secret in South Australia!

Lushland Estate Stage 1

Roxton Court, Beerwah

Stage 1 - 33 Lot Subdivision

Completed December 2014

lushlandbeerwah.com.au

Beerwah is a thriving township located between Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast. Positioned at the foot of Mount Beerwah, it is surrounded by a gathering of small towns including Landsborough, Glass House Mountains, Beerburrum, Peachester and Mooloolah. Of this locale, Beerwah is certainly the most developed and boasts the most infrastructure including private and public schools, shopping (including Target, Woolworths and an IGA), an award winning pub, medical centres, golf club and access to all services including a train station.

With Beerwah positioned within easy access to the Bruce Highway, it is an easy trip south to Brisbane or north to the Sunshine Coast. The Brisbane airport is approximately 70kms away and it is an easy drive to the sun, surf and sand on the Sunshine Coast. Australia Zoo is within 3kms from the town centre.

Riverviews Estate

Powerhouse Road, Cloncurry QLD

25 Lot Land Subdivision

Completed 2015

This 10 acre residential zoned site was purchased over 6 years ago with Queensland’s growing mining boom clearly in sight to create a 25 lot subdivision targeting mining executives and their families.