Located on the Western Corridor between Brisbane and the Gold Coast, Cedar Heights offers the best of both worlds.
Cedar Heights offers three styles of comfortable urban homes for family living with a focus on making the simple beauties a part of each day. Architectural design and function with hints of the natural surrounds, each home calls for al fresco barbeques, private backyard sunbathing or lounging about in the open living area.
TYPE A – 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom Houses are $299,000
The two-bed, two-bath freestanding home combines thoughtful and compact design inside, with a side patio and shaded grass outside.
TYPE B – 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom + powder room Townhouses are $315,000 – $330,000.
The three-bed, two and a half-bath, double storey townhouse offers the most spacious of the three floor plans, incorporating a large patio and lush garden on the ground floor and urbane
TYPE C – 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom + powder room Townhouses are $315,000 – $330,000.
With three stylish bedrooms aligned on the left side of the house, the three-bed, two-bath freestanding home maximises living space on the one level, and includes a patio and garden.
Body Corporate: $46.62 per week.
Council Rates: $1,500 per annum.
In a peaceful part of Queensland’s fastest growing region, this brand new development combines convenience, recreation and serenity.
Cedar Heights is comprised of a mixture of 97 stylish residential townhouses and homes for spacious family living, which draw together modern facilities, idyllic natural surrounds and unfettered access to major city centres. Your peaceful urban lifestyle lends time to both bustling city hubs and humble local streets.
Spend the morning perusing Brisbane’s Gallery of Modern Art and exploring its alleyways of street art and cafes, and pass the afternoon relaxing under a Queensland sunset in your own backyard.
The work-home balance now tilts in your favour with a short 20-minute commute to Ipswich’s business centre. Arrive to work without the frustrations of traffic and reach family time before dark.
And as for the kids, welcome them to a world of clean air, parklands and neighbourhood friendships. As well as backing onto the local recreation grounds, Cedar Heights is a community built on safety and connection – and the odd game of street cricket.
From its stylish design and facilities, to its scenery and location, Cedar Heights in Redbank Plains is the community you’ve been looking for.
- Split-system reverse-cycle air conditioning to main living
- Stainless steel appliances
- Stone bench tops
- Remote controlled single lock-up garage
- Fully tiled and carpeted
- Site manager
- Front door security screen
- Fly screens
- Fully fenced & landscaped private courtyard
Cedar Heights sits next to the Redbank Plains Recreational Area, which offers two football fields and a shaded walking track towards the Redbank Plain Shopping Centre.
While safe strolling, jogging or cycling can be enjoyed in the area’s unspoilt public spaces, more adventurous hiking takes place just eight minutes away at the White Rock Conservation
Park, replete with classic Queensland flora and native wildlife.
Cheese and wine country thrives 50 minutes south in Queensland’s Scenic Rim, while the hip country town and natural landmark Mount Tamborine rests 10 minutes further east. For relaxed family weekends, the picturesque Lake Manchester is just 50 minutes from home with picnic areas and quiet fishing and paddling zones
Governed by the City of Ipswich, Redbank Plains is part of Queensland’s fastest growing region with huge economic and cultural growth expected. Thanks to the Queensland Government, the local
economy is projected to reach $12.7 billion by 2026.
Redbank Plains will also benefit from the government’s Ipswich 2020 & Beyond plan, one the country’s largest per capita capital growth development schemes. Over $100 billion towards infrastructure, major Ipswich Motorway upgrades and the recent $475 million rail line extension from Richlands to Springfield are just some of the projects supporting the region’s boom.
Population & Employment
Significant population and employment increases are projected for the Ipswich region, with 532,000 residents expected by 2036, which will have a profound impact on local development and planning.
Major development is already underway in Redbank Plains, including the current Redbank Plains Shopping Centre, which is being expanded into the Redbank Plains Super Centre. This master planned community hub will offer Target, Coles and a series of national and independently owned stores.
Childcare and Schools
For parents, there are a number of childcare facilities located in the immediate and wider region, as well as a number of schools in Redbank Plains, including Redbank Plains State School, Redbank Plains State High School, Augusta State School and St Augustine’s College.
The University of South Queensland, the University of Queensland Ipswich campus and the Bremer Institute of TAFE are within in easy access by car or public transport.
Redbank Plains is serviced by regular bus routes, which also connect to Ipswich and the Redbank, Goodna and Springfield Central train stations. As well as this, planning for the Redbank Plains rail extension is currently underway.
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