Littleton Villas

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“Littleton Villas” offers you an affordable option to join the happy families, professionals and singles already enjoying value for money and the balance that this suburb provides.

Littleton Villas is located in the suburb of Richlands, situated a quick 20 minutes’ drive down the Centenary Motorway from Brisbane’s CBD.

These contemporary townhouses showcase 3 good sized bedrooms, 2 bathrooms with the master also featuring a walkout balcony (dependant on townhouse design). All designs feature single lock up garages with the majority having their own exclusive visitor car park (townhouses 62 – 69 excluded).

The exterior boasts a modern hip roofline, and a feature render finish that gives a clean polished look. The low maintenance private courtyard meets the need for outdoor space while minimising the time required to maintain it.

Inside you’ll find ducted air conditioning, stainless steel kitchen appliances, engineered stone bench tops, a pleasing neutral palette, 2440 ceilings and window coverings throughout all featured in this ample two storey design.

Littleton Villas is within walking distance to schools, shopping centre, parks and sporting fields, restaurants and a growing number of specialty shops.

LOCATION:

54 Littleton Road

Richlands, QLD

LOTS:

27 Townhouses

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DEVELOPMENT LOCATION

SUBURB INFORMATION

Just a 20 minute drive from the Brisbane CBD via the Centenary Motorway is the suburb of Richlands, which lies in one of the fastest growing local government areas (LGAs) in Australia.

Richlands is set for enormous growth. Over the next 10 years, the population of the Richlands Statistical Area is expected to consistently increase by 4.41% per year. Comparatively, Queensland has an annual growth rate of 1.68%. The population is anticipated to double, from 16,000 people to nearly 39,000 people by 2036.

By 2036, Brisbane City’s population is expected to reach nearly 1.50 million people. Such a massive, future population requires the support of new dwellings and jobs. Forecasts suggest that over 200,000 new dwellings will be provided to Brisbane residents between 2011 and 2036.