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A new land project located in Upper Coomera, Clarence Heights sits between an existing townhouse development and bushland, buffering residents from the noise of nearby Old Coach Road. All of the lots are ready to build on today.
Clarence Heights is a boutique land development located in Upper Coomera. Some of the project backs onto undeveloped parklands, and Clarence Heights sits at the end of a cul-de-sac, providing residents a higher level of privacy than on a normal street.
All of the eight lots at Clarence Heights are freehold home sites, and all have been benched and retained at the time of writing. This means they are ready to build on as soon as the buyer would like. The lots are priced from $344,900, and range between 853 sqm to 1,330 sqm. Frontages range between 20m — 29m. The site is slightly elevated, which will give residents views over the surrounding area.
The project will have a new townhouse development in between it and Old Coach Road, giving residents further privacy.
There is no display suite for Clarence Heights, but interested buyers can arrange to view available lots in-person. To do so, please enquire below.
MARCH 2020: Basic earthworks have been completed at Clarence Heights, so all sites are now ready to build on.
Located at the end of Erskine Street, Upper Coomera, Clarence Heights backs onto undeveloped bushland. The project is close to a number of parklands, including Worth Court Park, Jed Park, Matthew Prior Park, Heather Drive Park — the list could go on! Five minutes drive will put residents on the M1, which they can use to access the rest of the Gold Coast or Brisbane.
Using the nearby Old Coach Road, residents can access a number of amenities within a five minute drive. On the corner of Days Road and Old Coach Road, residents will find everything from a Woolworths to pool shop, along with restaurants and cafes such as the Coomera tavern, Zarraffas’s Coffee, and bakeries. A number of doctors and veternarians are also close by, with more than six doctors within 10 minutes drive, and three vets in less than five minutes.
For those with children, there are a few options close by. For children in primary school, nearby options include Coomera State School (nine minutes away) and Coomera Springs State School, to name just a few that are within 10 minutes drive of Clarence Heights. High school-aged children have options, such as Upper Coomera State College, or they can join one of the P-12 schools in the area. For those who would like their children to attend one school throughout their schooling years, there are a few Prep to Year 12 options in the area. They include Saint Stephen’s College (six minutes away) and Coomera Anglican College (which is five minutes drive away).
There are no communal facilities at Clarence Heights as each lot is self-contained.
For the full range of lot plans, please enquire below.
Clarence Heights is being developed by BOS Property. BOS Property have a number of other projects throughout Queensland, including The Stanhope Residences, which are also in Upper Coomera.
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