STAGE 2 LOTS NOW RELEASED
Eighteen acreage lots with magnificent views, adjoining the Kilcoy Homestead.
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Pine Tree Hill
Relaxed Country Living
Picture a spacious, new home with uninterrupted views. Pine Tree Hill’s first stage with 30 affordable one-acre lots has been completed and sold. Stage 2 includes 18 lots with elevated mountain views and is adjacent to parkland and the Kilcoy Homestead. There is plenty of room for a shed, caravan, expansive veggie patch or even a hobby farm. Everything you need is close by, so you can enjoy relaxed country living at its best.
United Development Corporation (UDC) is a family-owned company established in 2003. Its mission is to build thriving communities for Australian families.
Its directors bring legal and engineering expertise to the business. UDC has a solid record of high-quality residential development, so you can be confident Pine Tree Hill is in good hands.
Conveniently positioned on Kilcoy’s northern side, Pine Tree Hill is five minutes’ drive from the main street.
Find space for relaxed, country living on Kilcoy’s only town acreage estate. Each one-acre site boasts spectacular mountain views in a serene rural setting. You might even spot a wallaby or kangaroo from your window!
Close to schools, shops and higher education, Pine Tree Hill makes living easy. Cycle the kids to school, get your groceries at the Supa IGA or earn a degree at Caboolture QUT. Kilcoy has its own hospital, restaurants, cafes, parks, art gallery, golf course and sports centre.
Cycle to primary and high schools
2km to shops, medical centres, post office
Walk to parks, golf course, sports centre
Close to wineries, lakes, national parks
Caboolture QUT university and TAFE nearby
Kilcoy’s closest major business centre is Caboolture, 49 kilometres east. From here you can take a day trip to Brisbane or commute to the CBD for work. Train trips to Central station are 55 minutes or head straight down the Bruce Highway.
LIFESTYLE & COMMUNITY
Kilcoy sits close to the shores of Lake Somerset, one of the three main lakes in the Valley of the Lakes. Fish for perch or rev up your weekend on the jet ski. Further south, Lake Wivenhoe is perfect for camping while Lake Atkinson is another great water skiing spot.
Enjoy the region’s outdoor lifestyle. Hike the Conondale Range, mountain bike the old Brisbane Valley railway line or sample the local vintage at Kilcoy’s wineries. And don’t miss the internationally acclaimed Woodford Folk Festival, Caboolture’s Urban Country Music Festival or Kilcoy’s own Wood, Wine and Art Festival, held annually.
Be part of a friendly, rural community. Catch up with friends at the Exchange or shop for local produce at Kilcoy’s Yowie Markets. Meet more locals at Esk, Lowood and other towns in the Brisbane Valley – bustling Fernvale is renowned for its Sunday markets.
The Pine Tree Hill estate properties sit alongside the historical Kilcoy Homestead, constructed in 1857 on the land of the Kilcoy pastoral station. The homestead was built for British aristocrat, Hon. Louis Hope who participated actively in Queensland’s political and economic spheres. The homestead was listed on the Queensland Heritage Register in 1992 and is recognised as one of the longest surviving homesteads in Queensland.