Upper Kedron evolves from acreage to urban enclave

first_imgRender showing the living area in Highbury by MosaicSet to take shape in Highbury Place, the development will consist of 24 architecturally designed one and two-storey homes ranging in size from 201sq m to 227sq m.The homes will be built to accommodate buyers from downsizers seeking low-maintenance to growing families wanting room for the kids to play and the dog to run. “This will be a leafy, urban utopia just 12km from the hustle, bustle and bright lights of the CBD,” Mr Monahan said.“Residents will be close to bushland that will never be built-out and will overlook a protected wildlife enclave, providing a green and tranquil outlook.”The homes will feature open-plan living along with well-appointed kitchens, luxurious bathrooms and generous storage spaces. One of the house designs available at Highbury by MosaicMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus22 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market22 hours agoMosaic Property Group managing director Brook Monahan said Highbury responded to Upper Kedron’s evolution from prestigious acreage into a leafy urban residential location.“Million-dollar mansions on acreage blocks were once the only options on offer, making this area out of reach for most buyers,” Mr Monahan said.“However, the suburb is now transitioning into a leafy urban area with a selection of lot sizes to suit purchasers at all stages of life.“There is a strong community spirit, with residents who are passionate about preserving the area’s village lifestyle while allowing careful development to provide more housing choices.” Highbury by MosaicA BOUTIQUE 26-home enclave will be built at Upper Kedron, which has seen a 15 per cent rise in median house prices in the past five years. The leafy suburb, which had predominantly been home to farming and acreage lots, has seen a surge in residential building activity in recent years, with the Ferny Grove-Upper Kedron Neighbourhood Plan recently approved by the Brisbane City Council.Mosaic Property Group has confirmed it will construct 26 homes on blocks ranging from 450sq m to 2700sq m at its Highbury development at the foot of the picturesque D’Aguilar Range. Each of the four-bedroom contemporary residences will overlook a preserved wildlife corridor, while many of the properties will incorporate a bushland eco corridor that is protected by strict covenants.center_img One of the house designs available at Highbury by Mosaiclast_img

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