Sekisui House today officially opened Brooking Parklands at Ecco Ripley to the community, hosting a family day for people to explore the new park and playground.
Students are set to benefit with Sekisui House and TAFE Queensland South West signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to investigate training and education opportunities to be rolled out at Ecco Ripley.
Market demand has resulted in the fast tracking of Stage Two of Ecco Ripley, and civil construction works will begin onsite later this month.
Buying early into an emerging masterplanned community can increase capital growth for buyers as their homes’ values climb with the addition of each new facility and piece of infrastructure in the community.
Sales have continued to go from strength to strength after the launch of Ecco Ripley’s first stage – Brooking Rise four weeks ago on 10 May. More than 40 of the 77 available land lots have already sold, with a number of interested people still speaking with the sales team about the remaining lots.
Sekisui House is officially launching Ecco Ripley on Saturday 10 May with the release of stage one – Brooking Rise – providing home buyers with the first chance to buy in the new community.