FAMILIES FLOCKING TO GREENBANK
Connectivity, conservation and community are three words that capture what it is like to call Greenbank home.
The suburb is proving increasingly popular with families looking for a leafy locale connected to major employment nodes, with the Brisbane CBD just 31 kilometres away and the health and technology hub of Greater Springfield, centred around Mirvac's Orion Shopping Centre, only 11 kilometres away.
Future residents of Mirvac's Everleigh community will be perfectly positioned to take advantage of all this sought-after suburb has to offer - with Greenbank Shopping Centre and the popular Pub Lane Tavern at their doorstep, and Greenbank State School less than five kilometres down the road.
Greenbank is aptly named for its 880 hectares of open green space across seven local parklands and conservation zones.
To complement this, Mirvac will dedicate more than 25 per cent of Everleigh's 481-hectare site to open space, including conservation parkland, regional sports and recreation parks, and a series of neighbourhood and linear parks.
With its raft of nearby parklands, retail, entertainment and education amenities , it's no surprise data from domain.com.au shows 59 per cent of Greenbank residents are families and 84 per cent are owner occupiers.
But the leafy location and friendly community feel aren't the only drawcards - data from realestate.com.au shows as of March 2018, the median price for a three bedroom home in Greenbank was $518,000, making it an affordable option for those looking to step in to the market or upgrade their existing home.
As for the future, Mirvac anticipates that prices will grow as the population increases.
The Everleigh community, which is located within the Greater Flagstone Priority Development Area (PDA), will deliver an additional 3,300 homesites over the next 16 years, providing a variety of housing types to suit a mix of budgets and buyers.