Bayside living is proving popular with developments nearing sellout

first_imgVilla World is reporting strong buyer demand in Thornlands.SELLOUT is expected to be only weeks away at Villa World’s two Thornlands projects in Brisbane’s bayside with local buyers driving the sales.Affinity and Waterline are two developments among five undertaken by Villa World in the area with sales being buoyed by sought-after views of the Moreton foreshore.Villa World development manager Peter Johnson said there had been consistenly strong sales at Waterline with only 11 lots remaining.“We are selling on average eight properties per month,” Mr Johnson said. “With the Waterline demographic largely comprising Redland Bay locals who are looking to downsize to an area close to shops and transport.”Set to be home to around 230 families, Villa World is expecting Waterline to sell out by the end of March or early April at the latest.The residential community offers house and land packages as well as land-only options.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor8 hours agoEstates in Thornlands are in high demand.Affinity is also nearing sellout with only 20 lots remaining of its 118 up for grabs.Affinity development manager Andrew Ashwood said the development offered elevated lots in a natural bushland setting.“We are into the final stage of this development which is in a highly sought-after location with limited availability,” Mr Ashwood said.“Affinity offers prestigious, elevated land, giving buyers great options to build their dream home.” Young families local to the area have been snapping up the majority of sales at Affinity with lot sizes ranging from 300sq m to 697sq m with a starting price of $299,000.The developer’s latest project in the Bayside region is Seascape at Redland Bay, where townhomes just 650 metres from the water’s edge, are now selling from $445,000.last_img read more

QPR appoint Hoos

first_img Hoos, who has been CEO at Burnley since December 2011, will join the London club for next season’s Sky Bet Championship campaign. The 53-year-old American joins head coach Chris Ramsey, who signed a permanent three-year deal at Loftus Road on Tuesday. QPR have appointed Lee Hoos as their new chief executive. Press Associationlast_img read more