Land now selling at Harriet Lane, Urbex’s latest development in Maudsland

30 Jan 2018

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Urbex will deliver 49 spacious lots in Harriet Lane over two stages, ranging in size from 495m2 to 1817m2. Spread over 6.5 hectares the development is currently in stage 1, with 19 lots released to the market last week, and land anticipated to be registered in mid-2018. Urbex Project Director, Geoff Burn says the demand for larger land offerings in a high demand location is what attracted Urbex to purchase the site initially.

“Generously sized lots are extremely popular on the Gold Coast. We are seeing a lot of people from big cities such as Melbourne and Sydney flocking to the Northern end of Gold Coast for a more relaxed lifestyle and to bring up their families,” Mr Burn said.

“We are finding there has been a significant shift in the Gold Coast property market, there is a lot of buyer confidence and housing prices are starting to increase in the lead up to the Commonwealth Games,” Mr Burn said.

Located in a rare enclave in Maudsland, Mr Burn says current interest levels suggest the offer will be popular to families who want to enjoy the benefits and value of living at the Northern end of the Gold Coast.

“Harriet Lane offers affordable lots and appeals to those who love the outdoors, as it is nestled upon nature reserves and only 25-minutes to the beach.

“The area has the advantage of living in a relaxed environment away from the hustle and bustle of the city, but it is close to schools and public transport giving residents ease and convenience” Mr Burn said.

Harriet Lane is just a short drive away from the lively Pacific Pines town centre and Westfield Helensvale. Gaven State School is within the primary catchment area which facilitates Prep to Year 6 and Pacific Pines State High School is within the secondary catchment.

Harriet Lane is located 25-minutes from the laid-back beaches and marinas of Southport and Surfers Paradise, with Brisbane an easy 45-minute drive away. For more information visit

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