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THIS is the last chance to enjoy the lifestyle benefits on offer through owning a block at Palmview Forest.

After five years and 300 blocks, the final release has hit the market. Visit the site to see for yourself what makes these blocks so special.

Palmview Forest is located behind the impressive rock walls with the kingfisher emblem on the highway just up from Aussie World.

Driving through the estate you'll appreciate that there is a certain calming magic about t1he place. A feature of Palmview Forest is the lush green-belts partitioning the estate and the development has been designed to embrace its flora and fauna.

 

Palmview Forest
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This last release extends along the top ridge of Palmview Forest and has some of the best views in the estate.

Views that extend from Coolum, along the coastline, and around to the Glasshouse Mountains.

The average size of the blocks in this final stage are well over 3000sq m, more than five times the size of traditional housing blocks.

Sales manager Linda Spiler said each block has enough space for the kids to kick a ball and to have a shed for a boat and tools.

"Another key aspect is the price is the best offer on the Coast on a per square metre basis,'' she said.

"The blocks at Palmview Forest really are a welcome and refreshing change."

 

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The whole estate at Palmview Forest is meticulously landscaped with semi-mature street trees and all roads are finished with kerb and channel.

The large rock walls at the entrance lend inspiration for more rock walls within the estate.

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Everywhere you go within Palmview Forest shows a level of attention to detail rare in developments boasting such large blocks.

The land was family-owned since the early years of the last century and initially provided lumber and logs for various projects throughout Queensland and New Guinea.

In more recent decades the land was run as a farm.

Descendants of the original family are still directly involved in the development of Palmview Forest.

The personal nature of the project attracts a high degree of passion and energy from all who are involved in it.

"History is important with a project like this,'' Linda Spiler said. "It reassures people that there is the highest level of pride and commitment to deliver something very special.

"And the blocks, street-scaping and design demonstrate that commitment."

Palmview Forest is centrally located with easy access to the shops at Sippy Downs, five minutes away, and Mooloolaba's coastal strip.

Nambour Hospital and the new Sunshine Coast University Hospital are both about 15 minutes away. If you need to commute to Brisbane then the Bruce Highway is conveniently at the end of your street.

Palmview Forest has an on-site sales office that is open seven days a week from 9am through to 5pm at 61 Palmview Forest Dr, Palmview.

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Palmview Forest Drive

What: Palmview Forest: Final release of average 3000sq m lifestyle blocks

Features: Blocks from 2386sq m to 5605sq m, average 3430sq m. Coastal and mountain views. Meticulously landscaped and green belts included to embrace the flora and fauna

Price: From $385,000

Contact: Linda Spiler (07) 5439 6405, 0488 551 822

Inspection: On-site sales office that is open seven days a week from 9am through to 5pm at 61 Palmview Forest Dr. Further information: palmviewforest.com.au

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