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Providence Unveils $3 Million Of Premium, Elevated Land To Satisfy Demand

Okeland Communities has released $3 million of new premium homesites in South Ripley’s most prominent new township, Providence, amidst growing demand for South East Queensland land.

The latest release features 14 new homesites which have already been registered for immediate purchase and construction. Lots range in size from 336 to 455 square meters with prices starting from $203,100.

Providence Director Michael Khan said the new premium homesites were among the most elevated in the community, providing new homes atop the highest points of Ripley Valley.

“These homesites offer premium living thanks to the 10-15 metre frontages, land depths up to 32 metres and elevated position in Providence. Buyers have the chance to secure a prime piece of land at one of the highest points of Ripley Valley, benefitting not only from a close proximity to a range of new amenities coming to Providence, but also some of the best views around.

“Each lot has already been registered and levelled ready for construction, so buyers who are keen to start building their new dream home and begin their new lives in Providence will not have to waste time,” he said.

Mr Khan said it was important to bring the premium Providence homesites to the market in response to the stable conditions in Queensland that have been a result of the growing demand for quality land.

“Queensland’s land market is currently experiencing stable conditions due to demand for quality homesites. As the amount of available quality homesite slowly decreases in the region, we have found that there is a large demand from buyers looking to secure premium sites to start a new chapter of their lives,” Mr Khan said.

“We want to make sure that Providence is ready to welcome new residents who are keen to live the great Australian dream here in South Ripley.”

New residents will also have ground-floor access to an emerging community in Ripley Valley, with various major facilities either well on their way or reaching completion.

Providence’s $3 million sport and recreation precinct, for example, is expected to officially open on Sunday, April 28, 2019 and will provide 4.5 hectares of fields, outdoor sporting equipment and shaded play areas for residents and sporting clubs.

School-aged children will be able to gain their education within their community, as Providence’s education precinct is going to open in January 2020 and cater to early learning, primary and secondary school-ages.

New residents can already enjoy the Forty West licenced café, the $3.4 million Splash’n’Play waterpark and adventure playground, and a host of parks and open space.