EVERLEIGH CONTINUES TO GROW
Everleigh grows with new construction, residents and virtual community program
Everleigh continues to grow, with new residents moving in and construction underway on the latest stage, as a new virtual community initiative launches to help residents stay connected.
Dozens of new homes are under construction and Mirvac is moving forward with work on its latest land release - the Reserve Release - and construction of the serviced site for a future State primary school, which it expects to hand over to the State Government mid-2020.
At the same time, Everleigh's signature community engagement program, managed by Enriching Communities Greenbank, has moved on-line, encouraging residents and the wider Greenbank community to connect with each other from their home.
Enriching Communities Greenbank founder, Suzanne Guastini, says the new virtual program, 'Together We Belong', accessible via the group's Facebook page, is more important than ever.
"Our message is to keep sharing kindness and care for one another, as it is fundamental in creating communities that are supportive, connected and resilient," she says.
"We are inviting people from Everleigh and the broader community to join weekly phone chats with our team and each other, to phone in or video call new and existing friends they have made at our previous coffee, craft and social groups and encourage children to play together via their parents' devices."
Diman Roy and Swaran Dutt, along with their sons Dilan, 11, and Dishan, 5, are among the latest residents to move to Everleigh and say they did so after a long search to find the right community.
"We did three years of hard research before we came across Everleigh and when we saw the masterplan we could not fault it, it is so well planned," says Diman.
"We love the shape and form of Everleigh, including the location of the park and the network of path and cycleways, along with the planned State primary school. The level of access is fantastic, with the shopping centre across the road and Orion Springfield Central nearby."
Mirvac General Manager, Residential Development Queensland, Warwick Bible, says Everleigh remains resilient.
"Greenbank is located at the heart of one of south east Queensland's fastest growing areas and is appealing to a range of buyers who are looking to build a new home at an affordable price - and to get in ahead of the significant expansion planned for the area, such as the future State primary school," he says.
Mr Bible says the Everleigh Sales Suite is open by private appointment and virtual tours are available of the Sales Suite and 19-home Display Village, featuring Porter Davis, Bold Living, Desire, Hallmark Homes, Clarendon, Coral Homes, Plantation Homes, GJ Gardner, DBC, Brighton Homes, Metricon and Neptune Homes.
"It is fantastic to have so many high-quality builders located at the Everleigh Display Village, with virtual tours of each that can be viewed at anytime from home," he says.
"There are a diverse range of designs across the various display homes, from the ever-popular Hamptons-style to ultra-modern family homes."
Homes at Everleigh will be nestled among 215 hectares of green space, spanning conservation parkland, sports fields and recreation parks, along with a range of community facilities, including a planned State primary school for up to 1400 students, neighbourhood retail centre and community health centre.
Homesites in the newest Reserve Release range from 300sqm to 616sqm, with pricing for 375sqm lots starting at $181,500. For more information, visit everleigh.mirvac.com or call (07) 3859 5960.