WITH the release of the final stage of land, this year should see the completion of Investa Property Group’s award-winning Bellflower.

The final piece in the puzzle is the recent release of Bellflower’s last allocation of available land, 30% of which is already sold.

The final sale of the lots will mark the completion of the community, which will have more than 400 homes and 800 residents.

Queensland Investa Land General Manager Bruce Harper said this year will see the team finally realising their initial goal of providing a truly sustainable residential development on the Sunshine Coast.

“Bellflower was never a project that simply focused on selling off house and land packages,” Mr Harper said. “We always wanted to create a new community that offered buyers a naturally sustainable, active, affordable and friendly place to live.

“Bellflower has always been a popular choice for residents within the local catchment area,” Mr Harper said. “Most of our residents have come from all over the Coast – even as far as Beerwah – and even within the Bellflower community.”

The residential community, located at Sippy Downs, has been an attractive option for young families and young professional couples on the Sunshine Coast since the development began in 2005.

“Many of our residents have quoted the educational facilities, the close proximity to the rest of the Coast and the value for money as reasons they chose to live in Bellflower,” Mr Harper said.

“Bellflower demonstrated two things to Sunshine Coast buyers: that value for money still exists in the property market, and the difference between developing house-and-land packages and developing a sustainable community.”