Acreage in the Redlands

 
 
Looking to buy acreage in the Redlands?   We’ve got you covered!
 
The Redlands is an area of outstanding natural beauty, so it’s no wonder that so many buyers are attracted to this picturesque region.
 

A Rich Farming History

 
The red fertile soil that gives the Redlands its’ name has long been associated with agriculture. In fact, many of Brisbane’s fruit and vegetables were grown in the Redlands for much of the 20th Century!
 
The first land sales were held in 1851, with settlers initially clearing the land for grazing purposes.  However, the rich volcanic soil saw many landowners trade grazing for growing crops, fruits, and vegetables. 
 
In 1889, the rail line to Cleveland was completed and the easy access to Brisbane saw day-trippers flock to the area in droves.
 
While times have certainly changed, the appeal of the Redlands continues unabated.  
 
The former Redland Shire became a city in 2008, however it is still possible to find acreage property in the area, with the added bonus of close proximity to shops, schools and public transport.

 
City Convenience, Rural Lifestyle

 
Buyers seeking a modern or even brand new home on acreage are well catered for with luxury developments in Thornlands, at Ferntree Park, Capalaba; Ridgewood Downs in Mt Cotton; and also in Thornlands.

But what if you are looking for established acreage property for sale in the Redlands region? Perhaps you are keen to undertake a renovation project, or want to remove the existing house in order to build your dream home. You’ll want to take a closer look at suburbs such as Redland Bay, Capalaba, Sheldon, Wakerley, Burbank, Carbrook, Gumdale and Wakerley.
 

The Benefits of Acreage 


Here are just a few of the reasons buyers mention when they are in the market for an acreage property:
 
  • A feeling of freedom, peace, and tranquility away from noisy neighbours;
  • Natural flora and fauna, bushland and potential for large rambling gardens;
  • Room to have a tennis court, pool, or circular driveway (or even all three!)
  • Keeping a menagerie of dogs, cats, chickens, sheep, goats and even horses.
  • Space for all the hobbies and toys - boats, caravans, motorbikes, sheds, BMX tracks or whatever takes your fancy!
Those with an eye to the future could even purchase and enjoy the lifestyle now, with the possibility of developing down the track.
 
Not surprisingly, acreage for sale in the Redlands is becoming rarer as the area is highly attractive to buyers due to its proximity to Brisbane CBD, Moreton Bay, and islands. 
 
So, if you’re in the market for acreage property in the Redlands, don’t hesitate!  Contact a member of the friendly team at First National Cleveland today.