One Agency director Greg Wright has two beautiful new homes that would make the ideal first home buy.
One Agency director Greg Wright has two beautiful new homes that would make the ideal first home buy.

First-home buyers bargains

FIRST-home buyers are in for a treat with two brand new homes and a $20,000 Queensland first-home buyers grant to get you started.

One Agency managing director Greg Wright said the time was right for first-home buyers to enter the homeowners' market with just a few months left to access the grant funding.

"The first-home buyer's incentive began in July 2006 and has a close off date of June 2018,” Mr Wright said.

"For those who have not yet taken advantage of the grant funding, there is still time to do so.

"New homes are so affordable here on the Capricorn Coast compared to the big cities where first-home buyers have little chance of securing their first home let alone something special in a brand new one.”

Right now One Agency has two brand new homes available in Pacific Heights with the quiet backdrop of Farnborough and the Byfield ranges.

Mr Wright said the luxurious homes are located on Lot 50 and 51 Cape Manifold St in Pacific Heights close to schools and only a short drive to all amenities and the heart of Yeppoon.

"Priced at $479,000, each home has a different design set on flat 715sqm blocks with each boasting wide street frontage of 22 metres that allows its new owner to back a boat or caravan into the back yard and there is also plenty of room for a shed and pool,” he said.

"Both homes are a generous 215sqm under roof and feature ultra-modern stylish kitchens, beautiful bathrooms and ensuites.

"The master bedrooms and main living areas are air-conditioned and both homes feature separate media rooms.

"There is simply nothing to spend (on) as they are fully fenced, fully turfed front and back yards and tropical garden also planted in the front yards.”

Mr Wright said the homes have a seven-year builder's warranty and 30 years' structural warranty on your new home that is ready to move straight into.



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