Brookvale will be a subdivision with approximately 240 proposed sections over a 25-hectare site.
Brookvale will be a subdivision with approximately 240 proposed sections over a 25-hectare site. The site is connected to the Lincoln wetlands, the Liffey Springs waterway, and a short walk to the new Ararira Springs Primary School. There are planned greenways connecting the development with the recreation reserve and riverside trails. Informal shared space is proposed at the end of cul-de-sacs with seating and landscaping planned, to create a play and congregation space. Fruit trees and Kowhai street trees are proposed to provide colour and interest. Additional land has been acquired at Brookvale for the second Lime Living retirement village, The Sterling, Lincoln.
Lincoln is a town in the Selwyn District; the second fastest growing district behind Queenstown. A satellite town of Christchurch, at the 2006 Census, 53% of employed Lincoln residents worked in the city, which is a mere 25 minutes’ drive into the CBD. The town is home to Lincoln University, the oldest agricultural tertiary institution in the Southern Hemisphere and the smallest of New Zealand’s eight universities. Lincoln has a wonderful community feel similar to Silverstream, Kaiapoi.
Lincoln is the gateway to many outdoor adventures. The Port Hills are full of walking and cycling tracks and only minutes’ drive or a bike-ride away. You can drive to the French settlement town of Akaroa in less than an hour, delighting in artisan local produce, cafes, restaurants and bars with beautiful accommodation options. Or choose from the multitude of bush walks, mountains, beaches and lakes to visit all within an easy 90-minute commute. A growing town with huge investment potential.