New Estate close to Amenities, Blocks from only $199,000.
The Heights at Richlands is an exciting new Estate close to bus stop, shops, schools, train station and club. The Estate features many different block sizes and land values to suit all buyers.
Contact me now for an Estate Brochure to show you the different homesites. So don’t miss out – secure your land for sale in Richlands, Brisbane now with a $1,000 deposit and pay the balance in 2020!
Here you have home sites for families who don’t want to spend all weekend maintaining their yard and are able to walk to sporting facilities and are within a short drive to shops and schools.
This is also a good option for first home-owners who want to be within a close commute to Brisbane. You don’t have to move miles and miles away. When you live here after purchasing land for sale in Brisbane you can walk to the Bus stop and 2 train stations are within a short drive.
For retirees these low maintenance blocks in this Boutique subdivision are ideal if you are looking to downsize and looking for a manageable block with a smaller home. This land for sale in Brisbane is perfect if you don’t want to live in a retirement village and want to still have your own privacy and independence.
Investors, this real estate in Richlands, Brisbane is perfect for you! Here you can have an investment property close to Brisbane without breaking the bank and still enjoy the potential capital growth without buying further out from the City.
Bus Stop: about 400m*
Diamonds Hotel: about 1.2km*
Neighbourhood Shops & Aldi – Durack: about 2.3km*
The Lion Club Richlands: about 2.4km*
Oxley Golf Club: about 2.4km*
State School: about 2.4Km*
St. Marks Catholic Primary: about 2.4km*
Glenala High School: about 2.6km*
Western Suburbs Special School: about 2.6km*
Richlands Train Station: about 2.7km*
Darra State School: about 2.8km*
Darra Train Station: about 2.9km*
Mt. Ommaney Shopping Centre: about 6.7km*
Brisbane CBD: about 18km*
Brisbane Airport: about 34.5km*
Gold Coast: about 81.5km*
Please note: (*Information supplied by Google Maps)
Richlands is an outer suburb of Brisbane, Australia. It is 16 kilometres south-west of the CBD. At the 2016 Australian Census the suburb recorded a population of 3,598.
The suburb features the crossover of the Ipswich Motorway (M7) and Centenary Motorway (M5), and is home to Queensland Lions Football Club who play in the Brisbane Premier League.
In the 2011 Census of Queensland, the population of Richlands was 2,076, 51.4% female and 48.6% male. The median age of the Richlands population was 29 years, 8 years below the Australian median. 52.8% of people living in Richlands were born in Australia, compared to the national average of 69.8%; the next most common countries of birth were Vietnam 10.3%, New Zealand 8.9%, England 2.4%, Philippines 2.2%, India 1.9%. 54.8% of people spoke only English at home; the next most common languages were 17.2% Vietnamese, 3.8% Samoan, 2.3% Hindi, 1.7% Italian, 1.1% Spanish.
In 1934, Richlands State School was opened with one teacher. At the same time, a small sub-division was named Richland Estate, which is most probably the origin of the suburb’s name. It was part of the larger suburb called Darra until it officially became a suburb in 1975.
Early industries in the suburb were dairy and poultry farming, honey production and table grape growing.
The suburb is home to a number of recreational clubs including the Brisbane West Tennis Centre, which opened in the early 1980s, Richlands Tenpin Bowl which opened in 1991 and the Darra Oxley Pony Club.
The Richlands Drive-in theatre opened in the late 1970s at 295 Archerfield Road, closing in December 2000 making it the last to be operating in Brisbane.
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