16 Champion Drv, Rosslea.GUMLOW, Jensen, Black River, Rosslea, Mount Low and Burdell are Townsville’s most tightly held suburbs with less than 5 per cent of properties being up for sale in the past year.According to Core Logic only 2.86 per cent of properties in Gumlow were listed for sale in the 12 months up to January 2018 followed by Jensen with 2.95 per cent of properties.Explore Property Townsville co-director and selling agent Giovanni Spinella said the most tightly held suburbs were one’s popular with owner occupiers where homes can be owned by the same family for decades.“A lot of those outer suburbs have large blocks and so they are great for family homes,” he said. “Families can stay their whole life in a home, so it might not come on the market for 30 or 40 years.”More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020Mr Spinella is selling 16 Champion Drive for $575,000 in the suburb of Rosslea, which ranks as Townsville’s fourth tightest held suburb with 4.22 per cent of properties on the market. Mr Spinella said being an older suburb, many people had owned their homes for some time and as such weren’t listed for sale very often while the Fairways Residential Estate had also proved popular.He said 16 Champion Drive was a builder’s display home located in the estate which offered a great lifestyle for a golfing enthusiast or young professionals.“This home is quite high-spec and it offers a unique lifestyle,” he said. “How often do you get an opportunity to live right near a golf course?“One of its main features is its distinctive elevated courtyard that you actually enter the home through.“We’ve had good numbers through this home and its also eligible for the First Home Owner’s Grant.”16 Champion Drv will be open for inspection on Saturday from 9.30am to 10am and Sunday from 3pm to 4pm.For more information call 0406 664 191.
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