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Sales on the rise in Greenbank as boutique estate opens up

first_imgCarly Arkadieff and Matt Fellows-Smith were the first purchasers at Harvest Rise, a new development at Greenbank. Picture – Jono SearleTHIS couple love the Greenbank area so much that when they heard their neighbours had sold and a new development was on the cards they jumped right in.Carly Arkadieff and her partner Matt Fellows-Smith were the first to snap up a block of land in the newly launched Harvest Rise.Ms Arkadieff said she had lived in the area since she was three years old and love the mix of having a country vibe but still maintaining easy access to Brisbane and the Gold Coast.“I live next door to Harvest Rise and we used to know the people who sold the land, and when we heard the development was happening this year we jumped on board straight away,” she said.The couple has bought a 420sq m block which they hope to build a four-bedroom home on.Mr Arkadieff said the estate really appealed to them because it was a boutique estate aimed at owner-occupiers who would take care of their houses and yards and keep the area looking nice.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor7 hours agoHarvest Rise is the third Queensland project for the company and is proving a success with 15 sold and committed lot sales on its recent launch day.Intrapac Property CEO Maxwell Shifman said the company had done a lot of research before buying into the Greenbank area.“We spent a lot of time searching for the perfect land in Southeast Queensland and at Harvest Rise we tick every box,” he said. “It’s set on a natural high-point among stunning rolling hills, with views stretching to White Rock Conservation Park and Spring Mountain Forest Park.”There are a number of block sizes available ranging from 399sq m to 560sq m, as well as a selection of block types. The name Harvest Rise was chosen in response to the once abundant fields of grapes that grew on the land.Harvest Rise has been certified an UDIA EnviroDevelopment in all six categories — the highest achievable level, showing the sustainable aspects that the developer is known for in the areas of ecosystems, waste, energy, materials, water and community.“Building your dream home at Harvest Rise means you’ll enjoy the healthy lifestyle benefits and energy cost savings that come with this level of sustainability, protecting your investment for the long term,” Mr Shifman said.last_img read more