That’s a total of up to $62,000* in savings.
Refer to full T&C’s at the bottom of the page.
No matter what type of buyer you are or what stage of life you’re at, Sequana has the diversity of lots to suit everyone and homes available at affordable price points.
Located in the peaceful, semi-rural setting of Logan Reserve and boasting 340 metres of glorious river frontage, Sequana is the exciting, family-friendly community you’ve been longing to connect with.
Discovering a sense of freedom and ease is just natural here. With wide open spaces all around, you’ll feel liberated, with room to move, space to explore and time to breathe. Best of all, opportunities for embracing the great outdoors are plentiful, with the Sequana Park at the heart of the community and the Logan River and off leash dog parks all within a short stroll.
From modest beginnings in 1989 developing small subdivisions in Bendigo, today Villawood Properties predominately concentrates on large scale master planned communities which incorporate a combination of mixed-use town centres, residents’ clubs, educational facilities, large display villages and the creation of high quality parks and open spaces.
We understand there is much more to creating a living, breathing community than simply constructing a housing allotment, and are committed to going that extra mile to deliver vibrant communities where residents form strong and lasting relationships.
Important notice – total savings comprise Australian Government HomeBuilder Program ($25,000), QLD Government First Homebuyer Grant ($15,000), QLD Government First Homebuyer Duty Exemption ($7,125) and Australian Government First Home Loan Deposit Scheme ($15,000). These are Federal and State government programs and exemptions and are available to eligible applicants only. No warranty is given or representation is made that all savings will be available to any applicant or that any applicant will be eligible under any program or exemption. Interested persons should make their own enquiries about elibility criteria at relevant government offices and rely on their own advice