Oakland Estate in Queensland's Beaudesert draws first buyers, $30 million construction underway

Oakland Estate in Queensland's Beaudesert draws first buyers, $30 million construction underway
Oakland Estate in Queensland's Beaudesert draws first buyers, $30 million construction underway

Construction has started in right earnest at Oakland Estate, a $1 bilion masterplanned development in the Queensland township of Beaudesert, with buyers snapping up home sites.

Close to the Gold Coast and Brisbane, Oakland Estate offers brand new homesites, house and land packages with schools, parks, restaurants and retail planned.

A $30 million construction programme has started which includes the McAuley Catholic College, that will have an intake of 850 students and will open in January 2017.

nWork is also expected to start soon on a shopping village, comprising a 1,200 sqm IGA supermarket, 500 sqm of specialty stores, a fast-food restaurant and a tavern complete with function rooms, a children's play centre and a separate public bar and dining area.

A service station, including a drive-through coffee shop, are also expected to come up soon.

Oakland Estate is being developed by Robinson Projects. Lots average 750 sqm and are priced from $185,325.

Head of Robinson Projects, James Robinson, says he has also partnered with local builders to deliver a range of house and land packages priced from $346,000 with a variety of three and four bedroom floor plans. 

"Our first purchasers have predominantly been mature couples and retirees looking to make plans for the next phase of their lives," he said.

"The construction of the school has also led to strong enquiry from families who want to move to Beaudesert to raise their children in a country environment, whilst still being within a one hour drive of both Gold Coast and Brisbane City."

Oakland Estate in Queensland's Beaudesert draws first buyers,  million construction underway

Two of the first buyers in Oakland Estate are Peter and Lesley Wilson, who are moving from Yeppoon. The couple has bought a 785 sqm homesite at Oakland Estate.

"We are retired and have family based in Toowoomba, Gold Coast, Brisbane and Sydney, so we wanted to find a place where it would be easier for us to access the motorway or airport to visit our loved ones," Wilson said.

 

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