Peet Limited to release first lots in stage two of $6.7 billion Flagstone development, starting at $144,900

Family friendly: Developers say The Aspire Release showcases the best of Flagstone.
Family friendly: Developers say The Aspire Release showcases the best of Flagstone.

The first lots in stage two of Peet Limited's $6.7 billion Flagstone development are on sale tomorrow.

The Aspire Release offers a connected neighbourhood which promotes adventure and discovery, the developers say.

Lots start at $144,900.

They are adjacent to the site of a private Catholic school and feature elevated views to the south-east.

When finished, Aspire Release will feature 249 residential lots, ranging from 210 square metres to 600m2.

Peet Limited chief executive and managing director, Brendan Gore, said the Aspire Release marked the continued evolution of Flagstone, while still meeting preferred living trends towards community living and outdoor lifestyle opportunities.

"We expect this first land release of 21 lots to be snapped up quickly, supported by the Queensland First Home Owners' grant and the federal government's extension of the First Home Loan Deposit Scheme," Mr Gore said.

"At Flagstone, young professionals, couples and families will continue to be able to achieve their dream of home ownership and join the 6000 people already settled here in this thriving community."

Flagstone Aspire residents will enjoy amenities such as childcare centres, schools, recreation facilities, public transport and parks in close proximity to their homes, including Flagstone Regional Recreational Park.

Flagstone Aspire residents will enjoy amenities such as childcare centres, schools, recreation facilities, public transport and parks in close proximity to their homes, including Flagstone Regional Recreational Park.

TheAspire Release follows the success of stage one land releases, Pioneer, Conquest and Gateway, which have attracted more than 20 new families to Flagstone every month since the first land was released in March 2016.

Mr Gore said Flagstone's popularity was due to its focus on community, family and an outdoor lifestyle.

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