Boutique collection of homesites featuring uninterrupted views over the Riverside Parklands, taking pride of place in the estate’s most desirable location are now selling.
In addition to the picturesque vistas, residents can take advantage of walking tracks that wind down to the river’s edge, dog parks and amenity including the protected Rainbow Bee-Eater habitats.
You won’t have to sacrifice any urban conveniences to embrace the relaxed riverside living at Sequana.
Everything you need from bus and train services, to local shopping centres, parks, schools, childcare and medical facilities, are all within easy reach. It’s a place where you can connect with the outdoors, while remaining an active part of a thriving community and vibrant local region.
At Villawood Properties, we’re looking after local community care and front-line workers. Police officers, emergency service workers, nurses, teachers and many more care worker professionals who need to live close to work in order to nurture their local community.
If you’re working within a 10km radius of a Villawood community and work in this sector, you can save $10,000 on eligible land*.
This is our way of caring for the carers. Contact the sales office to find out if you’re eligible.
1 September 2023
The Sequana sales office is moving to its new location - 4 Reuben Boulevard, Logan Reserve. We look forward to welcoming you at our new location from Saturday 4th September from 10am to 5pm.
17 October 2022
We’re delighted to see the House for Life charity home auction at our Queensland community The Surrounds raise a record-breaking $1,489,000 with Plantation Homes. The money will all be going to directly caring for more than 2000 tiny patients in the Mater Mothers’ Neonatal Critical Care Unit each year. The NCCU is the largest neonatal critical care unit in Australia.
15 April 2022
The Good Friday Appeal Charity Home in Sunbury has smashed its previous record with a massive $1m sale at auction. Nine parties vied for the keys to 12 Sacred Drive in front of more than 600 people, with the mammoth sale blitzing last year’s $903,000 record by $179,000. Mickleham couple Sharlotte and Rami Ayoob placed the winning bid, raising $1.082m for the Royal Children’s Hospital.