Rivendale Estate, Ipswich - Ultimate Dual Income Package
This true dual income property is split level with great floor plans, separate private back yards for each dwelling, come with security screens to all windows & sliding doors,2 split system air conditioners to 4bedroom home and1 split system air conditioner to 1bedroom home, Caesar stone bench tops to kitchens, ceiling insulation to indoor living areas, fans to all bedrooms and living areas.
Ipswich is centrally located in the booming southeast Queensland region of Australia. To the east is Brisbane, South is the Gold Coast and to the west are the rural and agricultural areas of the Lockyer and Fassifern Valleys.
The city is ideally positioned on the national road network – 40 minutes drive from Brisbane City, 1 hourÍs drive from the Gold Coast and 1 hours drive from the Brisbane domestic and international air and seaports.
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Ipswich provides affordable housing for the typical resident in this demographic area. The Ipswich area is dominated by couples-with-children households where the average age is 33 years. This is significantly lower that the Brisbane average age. Ipswich is particularly appealing to first-home buyers and young families who are looking to establish themselves in the market.
A Federal Government report has predicted Ipswich will become the fastest-growing region for population and jobs in South-East Queensland. The Department of Infrastructure and Transport report forecast that 56,000 jobs will be created in Ipswich’s central suburbs by 2026.
Ipswich enjoys a subtropical climate and is a safe, friendly and multicultural city.