$180 million Greville master-planned community in Wooloowin launched

$180 million Greville master-planned community in Wooloowin launched
Staff reporterDecember 7, 2020

Cedar Woods Properties has unveiled plans for Greville, a new $180 million-plus community in Wooloowin.

It will feature a mix of terrace homes, apartments and heritage residences just five kilometres from the Brisbane CBD.

The urban village will be the first project of its kind for Wooloowin and ultimately feature over 250 homes and apartments, an exclusive residents' recreation zone and pool, and a 4,000sqm community park.

Cedar Woods is taking expressions of interest for the first stage, which will comprise 12 north-facing terrace homes. 

The Greville name is a nod to prominent architect Francis Drummond Greville Stanley who designed the Holy Cross Laundry, which opened in 1889. 

Cedar Woods Senior Development Manager Peter Starr said Greville ticked all the boxes for buyers wanting an inner-city location, a modern Queenslander-inspired home and a design with liveability at the core.

"All our terrace homes have an optimal north-south orientation, meaning they are designed to enjoy abundant natural light and breezes, with our first release in an elevated enclave, meaning some also enjoy city skyline views.

"All the homes feature a generous landscaped courtyard, and open plan living that integrates seamlessly with either the courtyard or a balcony, creating light-filled indoor-outdoor living and entertaining." 

Mr Starr said lush landscaping would feature heavily at Greville.

Greville is just a 400 metre stroll from Wooloowin train station and 1km from the Northern Busway at Lutwyche, with the Northern Bikeway extension at the doorstep."

The first terrace homes at Greville are priced from below $800,000. 

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