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Ipswich is now the hot spot for investors
with positive press Australia wide
Investors have returned on many levels
and the rst time mum and dad investors
with up to $300,000 are looking for neat
and tidy low maintenance and perhaps a
tenant in place.
Investors are looking for added value
property with possible subdivision and
potential for immediate development or
Builders are back in the market looking
for unit sites.
Major developers have now arranged
nance or are cashed up to purchase
Previously sales have slowed in the
subdivision area as banks tightened their
Major builders are out in force with
single companies planning to build 500
new homes this year in the Ipswich area.
Available land is still in short supply
forcing sales in existing homes which in
turn will create price rises.
More and more Brisbane families are
moving to Ipswich to reduce mortgage
payments while living in a far superior
home for less money.
First home buyers are still taking
advantage of the grant.
Parents are keen to assist the children
to purchase now before any further price
rise as rents will in time rise above house
Ipswich is certainly poised to see one of
our hot real estate years ever!
Principal Walkers Real Estate
Ipswich on the move in 2010
Already 2010 is shaping up to be a big year for Ipswich Real Estate. Employment opportunity is the key
to many new arrivals in Ipswich backed up by a ordability and capital growth.
Sadliers Crossing is one of
Ipswich's "Heritage precincts",
featuring many traditional
Queenslanders. It o ers a "village"
feels close to Ipswich City Central.
Herbert Street runs o Burnett
Street, a road that links to the
Warrego Highway through
Brassall. It is a surprisingly quiet
area for being on the city centre
doorstep and is often described
as a potential New Farm style
development area. 2 Herbert
Street sits opposite Alan Langer
Field (Blair School Oval), and
adjacent to Ipswich Grammar
The home has been designed
to blend into the surrounding
suburb, its earthy tones allowing
this very modern of homes
to sit comfortably within the
• 42 sqs of contemporary living
• Manicured gardens
• Formal/casual living & dining
• State-of-the-art kitchen with
stainless steel appliances & b’fast
• Open plan design
• Polished foors throughout
• Large upstairs leisure area
• Five bedrooms
• Master with spa and walk-in
• Study / computer room
• Outdoor entertainment area
• Mini basketball court
• In ground spa & plunge pool
• Ample parking area in drive
• Double automatic lock-up
• Back to base security system
• 3 minutes walk to Ipswich
• 10 mins walk to St Edmund’s
• 10 mins walk to St Mary’s
• 7 mins drive to Ipswich Girls’
• 7 mins drive to The University
of Queensland Ipswich Campus
2 HERBERT STREET
2 Herbert Street, Sadliers Crossing
This stunning Sadliers Crossing home is luxury living at it's nest.
It o ers contemporary living with ve bedrooms, formal and
casual living and dining rooms, study, state-of-the-art kitchen and
a host of features.
Enjoy the open plan design complete with polished foors,
ensuite with spa and walk-in robe plus back to base security
Manicured gardens, a mini basketball court, in-ground spa and
plunge pool round out the entertaining area.
Sadliers Crossing is one of Ipswich's "Heritage precincts", featuring
many traditional Queenslanders.
It o ers a "village" feel close to Ipswich City Central.
Designed to blend into the surrounding suburb, its earthy tones
allowing this very modern of homes to sit comfortably within the
It is 42 squares of contemporary living in a position that is within
walking distance to Ipswich's nest private schools, medical, cafes,
retail, cinemas, restaurants, Riverheart Parklands and Riverlink
Contact June Frank on 3202 4999 or a/hrs on 3202 4836
Quality in the
heart of Ipswich
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