Carseldine Village

Carseldine Village is an exemplar sustainable development – one of the first residential developments in Queensland to commit to delivering 100% net zero energy emission freehold terrace homes at scale, with a total of 182 homes sold, settled and either completed, under construction or about to commence construction. All terrace homes will be completed by early 2025.​

Carseldine Village is a 5-Star Green Star Communities residential community, setting new sustainability benchmarks by using the latest in sustainability technology.​

Carseldine Village consists of diverse and affordable residential, aged care, childcare, commercial and retail, and recreational open space areas, all adjacent to approximately 18 hectares of retained bushland.​

The Carseldine Village master plan is being developed in seven stages. Construction commenced in 2018 with full build out anticipated in 2028, subject to market demand.​

The current approved master plan provides for a maximum of 606 dwellings.​

The pre-existing Government Office Precinct, Carseldine Markets, and C&K Childcare Centre will remain, noting that C&K’s childcare centre has relocated / expanded from its pre-existing 65 place centre to a new 98 place centre on a new site adjacent to Rockpool’s new 150 bed Residential Aged Care (RAC) home. C&K and Rockpool are working together to deliver intergenerational programs from their respective premises.​

Rockpool has built one of Australia’s first 5-Star Green Star RAC homes and C&K has also achieved the same 5-Star Green Star accreditation for its new Childcare Centre. ​

At Carseldine Village, at least 75 per cent of the surrounding bushland has been retained and there is more than 20 hectares of open space within and directly adjacent to the development. Vegetation rehabilitation works have occurred within a five-hectare area of habitat bushland to offset the removal of vegetation in stages already developed / under development.​

The Green is a $6.5 million sport and recreation precinct that stretches over four hectares and incorporates the latest energy and water saving technology.​

Each terrace home will have PV solar, battery storage, air-conditioning systems controlled from smart phones, heat pump hot water systems and garages with a power outlet on a separate circuit for a future electric vehicle charger, all contributing to saving homeowners up to $1,400 per year on electricity bills.​

Carseldine Village will also soon have a village retail and commercial heart comprising a convenience supermarket, specialty retail, allied health, dining and lifestyle offerings. ​

The first freehold terrace house and land packages were released in February 2020 and were fully sold out / settled in February 2024.

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Last updated: 28 June 2024