More than 100 lots have sold within the Sunshine Coast’s Baringa Urban Village.
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Stockland development manager Hannah Madill said the High Line Terrace series was part of the village and featured innovative terrace home designs exclusive to Aura.
Ultimately the village will comprise around 200 lots, including 150 terrace homes intermixed with detached homes.
About 40 families have already moved in, including Aura High Line Terrace resident Louise Hebbe, who is a fly-in fly-out mine machine operator. She said her three-bedroom, two-storey terrace was perfect for her lifestyle.
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“Being such a low-maintenance house, it’s perfect for me when I’m working away. I love it,” Ms Hebbe said.
“You get a real sense of community here too, there are always people out walking their dogs and exercising. I’ve also become good friends with my neighbours and we have get-togethers all the time.”
Six of the High Line Terrace designs, with frontages ranging from 4m to 6m wide are currently on display in the Aura Display Village.
Connectivity is a key focus of the Baringa Urban Village and attractive laneways, walkable streets and pedestrian only links encourage green commuting.
Residents are within walking distance of the primary school, a future high school, soon-to-open childcare and the Stockland Baringa Shopping Centre, which is under construction.
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Stockland’s Aura community on the Sunshine Coast was named the state’s best for its commitment to affordable, innovative housing in a small scale environment at the 2018 UDIA Queensland Awards for Excellence.