There are so many reasons to be interested in purchasing a home at Nature’s Edge, but the Queensland Real Estate governing body, REIQ, has just confirmed the most important one!
A recent REIQ poll has listed Forest Glen as one of the most in demand real estate locations on the Sunshine Coast.
Located just off the Bruce Highway near Woombye, Forest Glen is a rural community predominantly made up of rural acreage properties and untouched rainforest.
As an emerging location for real estate, there have been a number of land releases cropping up in the local area. Prestige properties are also in abundance here with many multi-million sales occurring in recent times.
It seems the Hinterland properties of the Sunshine Coast are as much in demand as properties on the coast itself.
Locations such as Forest Glen that are within easy driving distance from beaches and the main business districts of the Sunshine Coast continue to be in demand.
However properties are tightly held in Forest Glen with minimal transactions occurring in recent months. There are no surprises here!
Forest Glen is home to Sunshine Coast Grammar, winery and a Big 4 holiday resort.
Residents of Forest Glen can obtain their groceries at the Forest Glen Shopping Village on Mons Road or head into Maroochydore for major retail outlets. Forest Glen Shopping Village has a supermarket, newsagent, bakery, butcher, bottle shop and other small retailers
The closest suburb to Nature’s Edge is Buderim, located atop Buderim Mountain approximately 15km inland from Mooloolaba.
Buderim has evolved from a holiday destination to a bona-fide desirable residential area over the past 10 years.
Buderim offers a range of property including acreage living, new residential developments. A large number of couples and retirees call Buderim home and it is little surprise given the plethora of facilities on offer.
The area has a hospital, a number of schools, retirement villages and resorts, the Cooloola Sunshine Institute of TAFE and a university campus at nearby Sippy Downs. There are a number of shopping facilities including a major shopping centre in neigbouring Maroochydore.
Buderim has a variety of sporting facilities including Headland Golf Club, Elizabeth Park, which caters for basketball, netball, softball, cricket, croquet and lawn bowls; and Ballinger Park – home to Buderim’s soccer club as well as hockey facilities.
For nature lovers there is the rainforest boardwalk through Buderim Forest Park as well as numerous other bike and walkways.
Ginger once grew all over Buderim and was processed in the original Buderim Ginger Factory, which was built and operated in the heart of Buderim but is now located in Yandina.
This scenic part of the Sunshine Coast features a charming town centre with specialty shops, restaurants, bed and breakfast establishments and several picnic spots in the forest and parks