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Country Club Sales Enquiries call 1800 268 815
For Golf and pro shop enquiries call (07) 3882 2488

 

"Naturally Brilliant"


One Mile Golf Course is a quality boutique nine-hole golf course situated on Young’s Crossing Road at Joyner on the north side of Brisbane, adjacent to the prestige estate of Petrie-on-Pine and is privately owned.

One Mile Country Club is a luxury residential community located within the confines of the One Mile Golf Course. Four architecturally designed floor plans are available providing for a range of living options and lifestyles. Most residences within the precinct will enjoy views of the golf course and surround nature reserves to maximise the feeling of space and security in the knowledge that the community will never be built out.

Extreme care has been taken not to interfere with the ecology of the area and residents are encouraged to enjoy our wildlife which includes many species of waterfowl, native birds and koalas on the golf course and adjacent properties. Residents are also encouraged to make use of the extensive facilities provided as well as the golf course, walking trails and bikeways adjacent to the community.

We offer the initial release of this luxury resort style community priced
from only $330,000

To register your interest or to request more information click here

 

About The One Mile Country Club

Joyner, (North Brisbane, Queensland, Australia) is a predominately family oriented suburb containing a range of different property from standard residential to acreage and semi-rural properties. Located just to the east of the beautiful Lake Samsonvale and close to the major commercial hub of Strathpine, Joyner is becoming a popular suburb for investors and those seeking a lifestyle choice with a wide range of residential real estate options available.

Mostly consisting of residential areas and bushland, Joyner is ideally positioned within the local area to make use of the many amenities residents can enjoy. The Warner Village shopping centre is less than two minutes down the road and includes a Woolworths and many specialty shops. Also within the precinct is the ever popular Warner Tavern and a wide variety of cafe’s and takeaway food outlets to cater for every taste.

Strathpine also hosts an enormous range of commercial and retail businesses and includes the Westfield Strathpine Shopping Centre with its large range of shopping options including Woolworths, Coles and Aldi supermarkets and BIG W and Target Department stores. There are also dozens of specialty retailers and food and coffee outlets.

Lake Samsonvale (North Pine Dam), on the western border of Joyner, is 2200 hectare water storage facility and is a popular recreational spot for families with its many picnic areas and easy access for water sports. The Lake is the home of the Lake Samsonvale Water Sports Association Inc and is regularly used for rowing sailing and kayaking. The Lake is also a popular fishing spot with many known species including Bass, Perch varieties, Cod, Saratoga and Red Claw Crayfish to name a few. Boating and fishing information can be obtained by speaking to the Pine Rivers Fish Management Association who are a community group managing access and fish stocks.

There are a number of schools within the local area, both state and independent which provide for a range of educational options and philosophies. The closest, Genesis Christian College is only a few hundred metres up the road and provides independent education from Kindergarten to year 12. State facilities locally include Strathpine West State School and Bray Park High School.

There are many local attractions to be enjoyed within the Joyner area. Old Petrie Town is just minutes away and includes a collection of over 40 buildings from the areas pioneering days as well as displays and historical information. Particularly popular are the Market Days, held every Sunday between 8am and 2pm. The markets include numerous stalls with gorgeous handmade clothes, home wares and food. A working blacksmith is also regularly on site. Within the grounds of Old Petrie town is the Pine Rivers Heritage Museum. The museum is working towards being one of the largest regional museums in Queensland and encourages visitors to explore the district’s historic character through the permanent and ever changing special displays. Entry is free – the events calendar and more information on the museum can be found at (www.moretonbay.qld.gov.au/discover.aspx?id=9713).

Locally, the Pine Rivers District continues to thrive. The property market in Joyner itself has enjoyed around 20% growth in property prices since 2005 and the district enjoying growth of 29.2% for the same period (source www.myrp.com.au). With the enormous new developments at Warner Lakes and the Brendale light industrial estate it is anticipated that this growth will continue for some time.

Perhaps importantly for many people is the ease of access to the major arterials to get to the Gold and Sunshine coasts. Joyner is well positioned to provide several options to access the Bruce Highway for travel to the Sunshine Coast and is a simple drive through to the Gateway Motorway for the Gold Coast and Ipwsich/Toowoomba roads.

For the more adventurous, there are many country roads that wind through the rural heartland of northern Brisbane through to Dayboro and Samford. Longer drives can also take you through to the dairy heartlands of Kilcoy, Mapleton and Kenilworth or up to the Downs through Esk and Toowoomba.

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