Render of the Dress Circle entrance“Brookwater has been about quality not quantity … the name Dress Circle was derived from the theatre, and basically means the best seats in the house,” he said. “Dress Circle is elevated, and has views over what is our centre stage, the Greg Norman-designed golf course.“For us, Dress Circle was about bringing together everything we have learned at Brookwater over the last 16 years and setting a new benchmark. Concierge services have been used in hotels, apartments, in the over-50s lifestyle resorts, but I am 98 per cent sure it’s never been done across a typical residential setting.”More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020 Render of a Dress Circle home overlooking the golf courseMr Kostellar said the 37ha site, which is surrounded by the golf course, could potentially be home to up to 890 dwellings, but less than 100 of those lots would have golf course frontage.The first stage will consist of 25 lots – seven with direct golf course frontage. Those golf frontage lots are “800sq m-plus” in size, and will cost an average of $585,000. Home sites without direct golf course frontage average 690sq m and $425,000.“We had over 175 registrations during the pre-launch phase and a high percentage of those indicated they had $850,000 to spend on house and land,” Mr Kostellar said.“Buyers can choose any builder they like … we have partnered with some of the best builders for our Street of Dreams (display village).“There will be a new landscape and architecture covenant which will ensure buyers are guided on design.” An example of a potential home at Dress CircleBrookwater has released its “best seats in the house”, with Dress Circle officially launched to the market.Residents who call the subdivision – which will consist of up to 890 dwellings – home, will have exclusive access to a concierge service, in what the developer believes is a national residential housing first.Brookwater general manager Nick Kostellar said Dress Circle was “the final chapter for Brookwater” – one of five suburbs that make up the Greater Springfield masterplan. Brookwater golf courseBrookwater is 35 minutes from the Brisbane CBD, and is part of the Greater Springfield development which includes Springfield, Springfield Lakes, Springfield Central, Springfield Rise and Augustine Heights. Various developers are working in each suburb.The extension of the rail line to Springfield Central, the opening of the Orion Shopping Centre and the University of Southern Queensland campus, and the opening of a number of businesses and employment hubs, has seen the population of Greater Springfield boom, with 138,000 people expected to call it home once completed.Mr Kostellar said Dress Circle would offer buyers the chance to build their dream home in Brookwater’s “most enviable address”.He said they had started clearing the site, and hoped to start construction on stages one and two by August.
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