Riverview Estate is centrally located in one of Queensland’s fastest growing residential locations.
This unique site met strict criteria by John Sage for a property development such as this, with seven preschools within a 10-minute drive, St Peter Claver College right next door, and close proximity to rail and bus for access to Brisbane and Ipswich. The site also boasts easy access to the Ipswich Motorway, Warrego Highway and Cunningham Highway.
The Brisbane West Growth Corridor connects Brisbane CBD with Ipswich via the recently upgraded Ipswich Motorway. Riverview’s unique location affords it access to three major arterial roads bringing more jobs, amenities and lifestyle opportunities to residents.
Redbank Plaza Shopping Centre is just three kilometres drive and Riverview Primary School is a short two-kilometre drive.
The area is within the fast-growing Brisbane Western Corridor, one of Australia’s fastest-growing regions. Greater Springfield, an emerging city that forms part of this corridor, is now home to over 50,000 people and is projected to reach 100,000 by the end of the decade. Greater Springfield is a centre for emerging modern health and wellness, shopping, leisure and education, with Education City being home to USQ Springfield.
Riverview Estate has a bus stop only a few moments walk from the development and is within minutes from the Cunningham and Warrego Highways and the Ipswich Motorway leading directly into Brisbane City.
Rail and bus connections providing public transport access to Brisbane, Ipswich, Springfield, Toowoomba and the Gold Coast are all easily accessible.
Conveniently located to all major centres in South East Queensland, which itself is a rapidly developing region of three million people.
This land is a fully cleared vacant residential development site with two development approvals located in the established suburb of Riverview, eight kilometres east of the Ipswich Central Business District and 23 kilometres from the Brisbane CBD.
The Old Ipswich Road frontage is situated at road level, rising to a ridge and falling away toward the rear northern boundary (Brisbane Road frontage). The site has a moderate fall from east to west.