Local real estate agents are expecting strong demand for the popular 4000m2 plus allotments to be released this week.
“Development in Calliope has exploded in recent years,” says Andrew Allen, Director of Ray White Gladstone. “Rising land prices in Gladstone, combined with an increase in traffic congestion and construction activity have encouraged many to consider the move to the more peaceful, relaxed atmosphere on offer in Calliope.”
Mr Allen believes that the new allotments ranging in sixe from 4000m2 to 1.5ha will prove popular with those seeking a more family friendly lifestyle. “Price wise, Araluen Park is on par with a standard house block within Gladstone, yet offers seven times the amount of space.”
Median land prices in Calliope have increased sharply over the last 12 months and with the amount of demand created by the ever-growing construction industry, prices are expected to continue to rise.
Araluen Park Estate, located on the Dawson Hwy and set against the western bank of Lexilip Creek, is the most recent rural / residential release for calliope, following the success of similar acreage focused developments.
“Immense planning has ensured that future residents enjoy all the benefits of living within such close proximity to the local schools, shopping facilities and of course the local watering holes,” says current owner Peter Walker.
“We have raised our family here and we welcome the opportunity to share this magnificent part of Calliope with a new generation of growing families.”
The residential estate also offers bikeways, asphalt roadways and full pressure town water.