IT’S a triple whammy with a new family park, stage three of a fast selling estate and an on-site display all set to be officially opened on Saturday September 16.
HCAP Developments, Marquee Development Partners and Urbane Homes have joined forces to throw a free community fun day while officially opening the new $850,000 park, stage three of Verona Estate and the display.
There will be face painting, animals to pet, live music and your chance to win an Apple iWatch, courtesy of BlueScope, with all proceeds going to local charity, Property Industry Foundation.
Ipswich mayor Andrew Antoniolli said he was thrilled to be officially opening one of Ipswich’s newest family destinations.
Verona Parklands in Redbank is proving to be a winner with first-home buyers in Verona Estate.
“Ipswich has a reputation for having great parks and Verona’s shaded picnic areas, green open spaces and brand-new play equipment will be a terrific addition to the community,” Mr Antoniolli said.
“Ipswich is one of the fastest growing areas in Australia and currently home to more than 205,000 people with the city’s population set to more than double by 2031.
“The creation of quality housing options such as that offered at Verona Estate is important to the success of our city and is sure to be welcomed by families.”
Stage three of Verona, The Aquila Release, will feature 46 homesites ranging from a low maintenance 350sq m through to 842sq m with prices starting from $372,778.
The fun day will be held at 165 Kruger Parade, Redbank on Saturday the 16th of September, from 11am to 2pm.
Verona is a $90 million master planned community, with $38 million already in sales.