POSTED October 28, 2020
Sekisui House Australia has released its sixth, premium land release in the popular Ecco Ripley Lighthaven neighbourhood, following unprecedented buyer demand as a result of the Federal Government’s HomeBuilder grant.
With the fast-tracked fifth land release having only launched on 31 July — which has already seen close to 80 per cent of lots sold, largely to first home buyers — the sixth land release is anticipated to receive similar interest before the HomeBuilder grant comes to an end on
Sekisui House Development Director Taku Hashimoto said the government stimulus has continued to drive never-before-seen sales growth across the Ecco Ripley community, which has resulted in the early release of future stages.
“With only a short period of time left to secure Homebuilder, there has never been a better time to build your dream home, with up to $40,000 in government grants available when combined with Queensland’s First Home Owners’ Grant,” Mr Hashimoto said.
“Buyers have a unique opportunity to realise tremendous savings, and take advantage of Ecco Ripley’s unrivaled connectivity to parklands, green open space and Ripley Town Centre.
“Our latest land release in the sought-after Lighthaven neighbourhood features large, premium elevated land lots with views across Ecco Ripley parklands and out towards the Flinders Ranges.”
With land prices starting at just $185,000, there are 47 lots available in the sixth land release, ranging from 300 to 659 square metres.
Award-winning parks and facilities, including walking tracks, children’s playgrounds, multi-purpose courts, off-leash dog park, outdoor gym and sheltered barbecue areas are located no more than 200 metres from all Ecco Ripley homes, including the Lighthaven lots.
A new walking path will also open to Lighthaven residents later this year, providing a recreational loop to parks and amenities.
“As master developer and builder, Sekisui House Australia is renowned for its quality product and quick construction, and with land registration anticipated by the end of this year — in time to meet grant requirements — owners can expect their homes to be move-in ready by May 2021, if not sooner,” Mr Hashimoto said.
Buyers can select from a range of Sekisui House Australia products, including house and land packages or ready-built homes — both with single and double storey, and three and four-bedroom options — or choose to construct with a builder of their choice.