The desire for brand-new homes continues and buyers are hunting for a place that meets all their expectations.
Celebrating its 30th birthday this year, Springfield (a 35-minute drive from Brisbane CBD) is home to 50,000 people. With all the amenities and services of a big city, Springfield Rise, a new suburb of Greater Springfield, has just released land lots – only a 4-minute drive from Springfield centre.
Springfield Rise, located 35 minutes southwest of Brisbane, delivers for buyers’ needs and desires.
Ian Murray, Head of Queensland Communities Lendlease says Springfield Rise presents a unique opportunity for buyers.
“Its location and connection to convenience and community make it a highly desirable place to call home,” he says.
For people looking for more than just a house, here are five reasons to get excited about Springfield Rise.
1. Surrounding nature
Buyers don’t just look for urban environments to call home, they also seek locations with fantastic, natural outdoor spaces.
Cameron Kusher, executive manager of economic research at realestate.com.au, says features like parks, sports grounds and nature reserves all add appeal – which Greater Springfield is teeming with.
“There’s been a lot of new development going on in Greater Springfield in the past few years, but it still has quite a lot of greenery,” Kusher explains.
“There’s a big lake in the middle, part of the Springfield Lakes project, which has a fair amount of open space surrounding it.”
The area also has pockets of bushland, conservation zones, and an extensive choice of sporting fields sprinkled throughout, like Silver Jubilee Park (due to open in April) which will offer sporting fields, four dedicated basketball courts, two multi-use courts, fully covered playgrounds with bathroom facilities, walking paths and bbq areas.
Kusher adds that there are plenty of new plantings being carried out in the newer neighbourhoods popping up around Springfield Rise – meaning it’s a location that will be alive and thriving for years to come, with so many local parks and easy access to White Rock – Spring Mountain Conservation Estate.
People of all fitness levels can enjoy the outdoors with walking trails varying in length and difficulty and ranging from an easy 200-metre walk to the challenging 19-kilometre round-trip trail.
2. Wealth of existing amenities
The key to a perfect place to live is having everyday necessities like schools, shops and cafes nearby.
Kusher says having established amenities not only improves lifestyle but can also boost the value of an area.
Built as a satellite city to Brisbane, Greater Springfield is a location that can stand on its own thanks to the current 199 boutique stores compromising of fashion, tech, food and more.
It is the first privately built city in Australia and the country’s largest master-planned community designed to support population growth from Brisbane.
Stemming from humble beginnings, Greater Springfield is now home to 11 schools with 15,000 students, a TAFE, the University of Southern Queensland, and Mater Springfield Private Hospital
There is also plenty of amenities for fun times with the enviable Orion Shopping Centre boasting big name store brands and a cinema.
People can also visit the Brookwater Golf and Country Club, have brunch at the many cafes in the area or visit the local library to pass the time.
And for the netball, tennis and football enthusiasts, Springfield Central Sports Complex has world-class facilities created and run by locals, adding to the connectedness you’ll feel when you’re part of the Springfield Rise community.
Greater Springfield has a bright future ahead, especially with exciting new features in the pipeline, like the new 10,000-seat Brisbane Lions, Brighton Homes Arena, which opened on 27 November 2022.
The new venue is home to the incredible TotalFusion, the ultimate health and wellness club with three levels of state-of-the-art fitness studios, a lap pool, infrared saunas, and so much more.
3. Transport and access to employment hubs and Brisbane CBD
There’s no doubt that easy access and connectivity are high on the list for buyers. Ian Murray says the connectedness of Springfield Rise is one of its strongest assets.
“Residents in the area have a 35-minute drive to Brisbane CBD or a 41-minute rail trip from Brisbane Central to Springfield Central with non-stop express trains,” he adds.
“There’s also direct access to Brisbane Airport.”
The region has two Springfield Rail Stations with direct access to Brisbane.
The Centenary Motorway and Logan Motorway interchange provides direct access to main employment hubs in Brisbane, to the south towards the Gold Coast and west towards Ipswich and the RAAF Base Amberley.
Meanwhile, the Queensland Government has invested $1.2 billion into the area to improve transport connections, including extending and upgrading the Centenary Motorway.
4. Innovation and job hubs
The key to a perfect new community is good placemaking, which means it has features and central hubs that will continue to attract people to the area.
Springfield Rise ticks this box with a dedicated precinct for thriving commercial enterprises with plenty of leasing options.
Another innovative drawcard is the 52-hectare health and wellness precinct known as Health City.
Greater Springfield is home to the 1,200-bed Mater Private Hospital, which is currently being expanded to include an emergency and maternity ward.
It’s also home to an innovative medical hub that has attracted a suite of medical specialists and leading global medical research companies.
5. Chance to build your dream home
With rising prices in southeast Queensland, buyers are looking for affordable options in a great area to build their homes, and Springfield Rise presents some of the best value for money Queensland-wide.
Springfield Rise offers a variety of land lot sizes in a great location that caters for all family and home requirements.
Lendlease is currently releasing a range of lots across 2 stages – The Crossing and Park Lane in Springfield Rise.
These stage releases offer a choice of house lot types from Town Villas for those wanting a low-maintenance lifestyle to larger more expansive spacious lots for growing families, giving buyers the option to include a backyard or even a pool in their dream home.
With a variety of lot sizes from 252m2 up to 706m2 priced from $290,000 and a display village with 19 homes to view Springfield Rise caters for a range of new home buyers and budgets.
Ian Murray says buyers should “come and see the area for themselves”, which is only a stone’s throw from Springfield Central’s amenities.
Article source: www.realestate.com.au