Affinity Property Australia

Ideal for Nature Lovers and Busy, Active Families

51 Meadowview Drive Morayfield

$369,000

622 sqm


Cars2
Baths2
Beds4

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About the Property


ABOUT THE PROPERTY

Situated high in Morayfield and surrounded by beautiful bush land, lakes and bike tracks, this property will absolutely delight you. 


This lovely 4 bedroom home is ideal for a large family and is situated adjacent to walking tracks, with the sound of native birds filling the air. Morayfield East Primary School is within easy walking distance, with local shops and convenience stores nearby and childcare centre just around the corner. With easy access to the M1 north and south this lovely home is hidden away but has all the modern conveniences. 

This fabulous family home with a wide frontage features ducted air conditioning and side access for a van or additional vehicles. From the entryway, the living space opens out to a separate lounge area with a dining/family room off the kitchen. This then leads to a covered entertainment area with a secure fully fenced yard. The kitchen has ample bench space, pantry, electric under bench oven and dishwasher – plenty of space for the family chef. There are four spacious bedrooms, the main has ensuite plus a walk in robe. The main bathroom and separate toilet complete the facilities of this property.

To book your own private inspection or to discuss the property in greater detail please call Chris on 0412 484 929.


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Property Features 

You'll love the following great benefits of this property: 

  • Nearly 27 metre frontage with side access - easily store a boat or caravan 
  • Low set brick with color bond roof offering easy, low maintenance 
  • Ducted air-conditioning to keep you cool in summer and warm in winter 
  • Well sized laminate kitchen with electric cooktop and underbench oven, pantry and dishwasher 
  • Tiled family/eating area for easy care and cleaning 
  • Sliding doors to outdoor covered patio 
  • Main bedroom with ensuite and large walk in robe 
  • Three additional good-size built-in bedrooms 
  • Main bathroom plus seperate toilet 
  • Double auto garage
  • Fully fenced and ideal for young kids or family with pets 

Around The Area


Around The Area

The Caboolture-Morayfield area is a high-quality location in the heart of South-East Queensland, one of Australia's fastest growing population areas. 

Not only does this area benefit from being within commuting distance of one of Australia's largest cities, the local area is packed full of all the amenities residents could ask for, with large retail shopping centres, recreational activity centres, high-quality medical facilities, world class equestrian centre, schools, new university as well as TAFE campuses, and even an airport! 

All this comes with beautiful park and bushland, the Caboolture River, and Bribie Island beaches a mere 15mins away.  Caboolture has two hospitals, a university, thriving industrial complex and community spirit.

The Morton Bay Regional Council is working on plans to guide the development of the Caboolture-Morayfield Principle Activity Centre into a regional centre that will play a key role in South-East Queensland's future. 

The State Government has identified Caboolture-Morayfield as a Principal Regional Activity Centre (PRAC) in the South-East Queensland Regional Plan. Such centres are intended to provide a diverse range of jobs and services to meet the needs of residents and businesses and create a vibrant local economy. 

In a jointly funded project, Council and the Queensland Government are working on a master plan to guide the development of Caboolture-Morayfield as a sustainable, people friendly, and innovative regional centre. 

The master plan will include strategies for: 

  • Future commercial and retail development and redevelopment 
  • New primary and secondary schools
  • Identify the demand for future housing development 
  • Provision of community and cultural facilities needed 
  • The provision of public open spaces 
  • Integrated public transport 
  • Provision of infrastructure needed to meet the demands of a growing population. 

The following statistics apply to Houses in CABOOLTURE* (4510)

  • Population: 26.8k
  • 55.7% 5 year population increase
  • 9 years average length of ownership
  • 49% renters
  • 51% owner occupiers

The size of Caboolture is approximately 68 square kilometres. It has 21 parks covering nearly 2% of total area. The population of Caboolture in 2006 was 17,201 people. By 2011 the population was 26,787 showing a population growth of 55.7% in the area during that time. The predominant age group in Caboolture is 0-14 years. Households in Caboolture are primarily couples with children and are likely to be repaying $1800 - $2400 per month on mortgage repayments. In general, people in Caboolture work in a other occupation. In 2006, 55% of the homes in Caboolture were owner-occupied compared with 49.5% in 2011. Currently the median sales price of houses in the area is $338,500.

HISTORY

Caboolture is the seat of local government for the shire and is located some 45 minutes from downtown Brisbane, just off the Bruce Highway. The area was first settled in 1842 when the land around the Moreton Bay penal colony was opened up to free settlers.

The area around the Caboolture River was called Kabul-tur by the Brisbane Aborigines, meaning the place of the carpet snakes because these reptiles were plentiful in the region. The river was important for the opening up of the country to white settlement. Timber getters floated red cedar logs down the river, settlers arrived and ferried their supplies in by the same means.

By the mid 1860's the local pastoralists were experimenting with sugar cane and cotton. In 1867 a tiny settlement was established as a supply and trading centre for the settlers in the area and to service the needs of miners trekking from Brisbane to the goldfields near Gympie. The local shire was constituted in 1879 and in 1888 the railway line from Brisbane was opened.

The major components of the local economy are construction, property & business services, retail trade and agriculture. In fact Caboolture is possibly the largest producer of strawberries in Queensland.


Why Moreton Bay Region is a great Place to Live


MORETON BAY REGION SET FOR MASSIVE GROWTH IN THE NEXT 10 YEARS!

The Moreton Bay Region is one of the fastest growing urban areas in Australia with residential land sales outpacing the rest of South-East Queensland.  The region boasts beautiful waterways, national parks, thriving towns and communities and great amenities for residents.  Moreton Bay Regional Council has delivered record investment in community and transport infrastructure over the past six years and the region is home to more than 420,000 residents.

 

REASONS WHY PROPERTY PRICES WILL RISE IN THE REGION OVER THE NEXT 10 YEARS

Population Growth

Currently home to more than 425,000 people, the region’s population is set to grow by more than 75,000 people in the next 10 years

Large Infrastructure Projects   

The region is home to some of Australia’s largest infrastructure projects, including:

Petrie University Precinct  With the first enrolments planned for 2020, the former Petrie paper mill site and surrounding suburbs have been declared a priority development area by the Queensland Government.  The new university is expected to have 10,000 university student placements, 6,000 ongoing jobs and $950 million in economic benefit through the creation of a major new University.  For more information visit USC Moreton Bay

Caboolture West (30,000 new dwellings/80,000 people)  This master planned area covers approximately 6,500 hectares of land immediately west of Caboolture and Morayfield. The area is bound to the north by the D'Aguilar Highway and Caboolture River Road to the south.  In creating a prosperous community, focus has been placed on housing choice for all budgets, value for money / investment, access to travel choices and a sense of place.  The area will include up to seven new suburbs, three high schools, nine primary schools and new commercial and industrial areas. The net benefit to the community from the development is expected to exceed $10 billion.

Redcliffe Seaside Village Rejuvenation   The award winning refurbishment of the Redcliffe Seaside Village has delivered an exciting and vibrant lifestyle precinct that continues to generate significant economic benefits for the region.

Significantly Improved Transport Infrastructure   

The recently completed Moreton Bay Rail Link Project ($1.1 billion, over 3,000 jobs) saw a 12.6km dual-track rail line constructed between Petrie and Kippa-Ring servicing six new train stations at Kallangur, Murrumba Downs, Mango Hill, Mango Hill East, Rothwell and Kippa-Ring.  The new rail link and upcoming university are already driving significant property investment in the region.

 

Improved Public Amenities  

Significant expansion and growth of shopping centres, services, parks, and schools, has been led by Westfield’s massive investment in the expansion of North Lakes Shopping Precinct.  The addition of international retailers Ikea and Costco and potentially Amazon have added world class retail outlets to the region’s fast-growing community.

Growing industry diversification

More than 43,000 jobs were created in the Moreton Bay region in 2015, thanks to a combination of infrastructure projects and community initiatives.  The local economy has increased by more than 50% in the last decade and is set to continue its strong growth trajectory.

 


Surrounding Sales Evidence


 

Address Beds Baths Cars Sold Date Size Sold Price
1 84 Coach Road West Morayfield 4 2 2 08/08/18 600 sqm $375,000
2 32 Sturt Street Morayfield 4 2 2 25/05/18 700 sqm $399,900
3 17 Lacebark Street Morayfield 4 2 2 16/03/18 600 sqm $398,000



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