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Mirvac starts on Hydeberry Rochedale

Buyers Omar and Maria Nasr, with Naya (3), Tehya (1) and Serena (9)
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CONSTRUCTION will begin in the coming weeks on the first homes within Mirvac’s Hydeberry community, in Brisbane’s Rochedale.

Since launching in March, more than 92% of stage one has sold, and around 44% of sites in stage two which launched in June.

Hydeberry will include 133 sites, with those still available ranging from 315 sqm to 480 sqm, and priced from $410,000.

Mirvac Queensland residential general manager, Warwick Bible, said the first settlements were an important milestone for Hydeberry, which would continue taking shape over the coming months.

“Rochedale has become one of Brisbane’s most sought-after addresses, offering the rare chance to build a brand new home in a new community that is within easy commuting distance of the CBD and with an established – and fast-growing – mix of amenities at the doorstep,” he said. “Residents are set to have even more options for the commute in the future, with the planned high-frequency Brisbane Metro station, earmarked for Eight Mile Plains, to provide direct connections to South Bank and the city.”

The community is near two Westfield Centres, as well as Sunnybank Plaza and Sunny Park Shopping Centre, and the Rochedale Town Centre that is under construction.

Australian Property Journal

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