Chelmsford Terraces – Mango Hill
Situated in the leafy suburb of Mango Hill, Impact Development’s newest townhouse project “Chelmsford Terraces” offers affordable, contemporary living without sacrificing convenience.
Just a half an hours’ drive from Brisbane CBD Mango Hill lies in the rapidly-expanding Northern Growth Corridor of South East Queensland, in one of the fastest growing regions in Australia, the Moreton Bay region. Mango Hill is also a 15 minutes’ drive from Sutton Beach in Redcliffe, which was ranked in the top ten list of Queensland Beaches.
All home designs feature three generously-sized bedrooms, two bathrooms and a two car garage. Some designs additionally boast a walkout balcony off the bedroom and with visitor parking spots spread throughout the complex, friends and family can also enjoy the comfort and quality of “Chelmsford Terraces”. A rendered finish and feature lightweight cladding complement the modern hip rooflines of these townhouses and a private courtyard meets the need for outdoor space, while minimising the time required to maintain it.
Owners will feel right at home in these spacious, two storey designs, with fully zoned ducted air conditioning, stainless steel kitchen appliances, engineered stone bench tops, a pleasing neutral palette, 2440 ceilings and window coverings included and ready to go. From first home buyers, growing families to investors, these townhouses are the perfect choice if looking for a housing option, which is not only affordable, but of high quality and in a convenient location.
Mango Hill residents have access to a highly-diverse range of amenities. These include childcare centres, special schools, primary schools, secondary schools and prep to year 12 schools. Other amenities in close proximity include parks, wetland reserves, an aerodrome, a tennis court, sports grounds, an aquatic centre, a race car circuit, golf courses, community centres, libraries and more.
Contact Chris now on 0434 449 455 or drop us an enquiry via the form below, these town homes are definitely worth exploring!