Woodchester Estate, Gatton - Huge 7.5% Rental Return
This ultimate duplex package provides so many options to live, rent, sell or both! With a huge 7.5% rental return this is the perfect self-managed super fund purchase with 2 properties for under $450,000!
This duplex is to be developed in Woodchester Estate, Gatton -between Brisbane and Toowoomba. Located on the southern side of Gatton, The Woodchester Estate occupies an elevated position with views across the valley and to Mount Ma Ma and Mount Bines. Conveniently located a little over three kilometres from Gatton CBD, is close to growing employment hubs in Gatton, minutes from the centre of town, and less than an hour from Brisbane.
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With its beautiful leafy setting, Woodchester is the perfect location to relax and enjoy the things that make life worthwhile. There’s room for the children, room to relax and room to entertain; Woodchester offers you and your family a better pace of life.
The estate has been designed with a network of outdoor spaces and over five and a half kilometres of walking and cycling trails. Woodchester residents will be able to relax in six neighbourhood parks and an immense central park that’s equipped with BBQ areas and children’s play equipment.
Gatton is the gateway to the resources hub of the Lockyer Valley. This area is known as the ‘salad bowl’ as it is primarily agricultural, with vegetables making up the majority of crops. There is also significant beef and dairy cattle farming, along with a growing equine industry of the nation, and provides the perfect work/life balance for its residents.
The University of Queensland has a campus just to the east of the town. This campus is now the base for much of the university’s rural focused research and teaching and is world renowned for its veterinary courses. At present there are 1400 students with 500 staff researching or studying agriculture, animals, veterinary science and the environment. The region is also serviced by 26 public and private schools, 16 early childhood education and care services, two hospitals and more than 45 community run organisations.