Sekisui House has released its latest free-standing terrace home project at its $500 million Ecco Ripley masterplanned community in Queensland’s booming Western growth corridor.
Designed and built by Sekisui House, the Park Circuit Terraces in Ecco Ripley’s Lighthaven neighbourhood are limited to 40 individually titled homes which feature 19 unique designs.
Each terrace home has been designed to maximise living space with an open plan kitchen, dining, family and outdoor living space.
The first release is currently under construction and consists of 16, three-bedroom, double-storey homes priced from $325,000.
Sekisui House Queensland State Sales Manager Scott Blaney said “Sekisui House has combined urban design, architecture, landscape and interior design to deliver the collection of contemporary homes which are now available with a $2000 deposit and no further payments required until settlement.”
“As with previous releases we’re expecting sales to move quickly, especially with the added bonus of the small deposit and no body corporate fees which is a huge benefit for buyers.
“Construction is progressing well and a select number of homes will be complete and ready to move into by Christmas, so we’re looking forward to welcoming new community members,” he said.
The release is Sekisui House’s third terrace home offering within Ecco Ripley, with the Park Circuit Terraces located adjacent to green open space and just a short walk to the brand-new state-of the-art Faye Carr Park which features custom made play equipment suitable for all ages, including three giant rocket ships, swings, slides, and zip lines, plus multi-purpose courts, outdoor gym, kickabout areas and much more
Matthew Taylor-Farrington, who had been looking to get into the property market, jumped at the chance to purchase a terrace home at Ecco Ripley.
“I was nearly thirty and was ready to buy my first home, which I could live in and one day use as an investment property,” Mr Taylor-Farrington said.
“My company had been working with Sekisui House, the developer of Ecco Ripley, so I was very familiar with the community and knew it was great value for money.
“The community is so close to everything I need, which was a major draw-card for me.
“My dad lives at Flinders View just around the corner, the parklands are awesome for my dog and I can jump straight on the highway to get to work.”
After the Ripley Town Centre opened, Mr Taylor-Farrington said the convenient location and ease of access to everything only improved.
“Having the town centre less than a five-minute drive away is ideal because I never need to go out of my way to do the groceries or grab a bite to eat.
“The terrace home was a massive step up from my previous two-bedroom townhouse rental.
My terrace home has a really functional floor plan, a great design and spectacular views across the mountain range,” Mr Taylor-Farrington said.
Park Circuit Terraces offer a complete home solution where everything is taken care of from the landscaping, fencing, window coverings, and light fittings.
Achieving a minimum 6-star energy rating and constructed with a Truecore steel frame, Sekisui House has also worked with renowned suppliers such as Colorbond, Silestone, Formica and Caroma to create a stylish finish.
Ecco Ripley’s family-focused community offers low-maintenance housing options in a secure neighbourhood with access to more than 10 hectares of green open space inclusive of creeks, walking tracks, parkland, playgrounds, multi-purpose courts, large kick about areas, dog park, outdoor gym and barbecue areas.
Park Circuit Terrace homes range from 133sq m to 152 sqm and conveniently positioned 11 minutes from Ipswich CBD and 40 minutes from Brisbane CBD.