Bridgeman Green is a boutique residential estate, conveniently located just 13 kilometres from the Brisbane CBD. Released in early 2011, the location and atmosphere of this estate gives it a broad market appeal.
Bridgeman Green contains 17 homesites. Allotments range in size from 450sqm to 1752sqm, and offer full infrastructure including bitumen roads, power and town water. The estate proved popular with residents in Carseldine, Aspley and Bridgeman Downs.
Many families choose to live in the area because of the larger homes and generous block sizes, as well as the close proximity to various private and public schools.
Bridgeman Green is located only 25 minutes from the Brisbane CBD, and 55 minutes from the Sunshine Coast. Residents also enjoy easy access to Gympie Road. The close proximity of Bridgeman Green to the city, as well as Carsdeline station, means it is an easy address for commuters.
Bridgeman Downs has a ribbon of parkland with remnant bushland along Cabbage Tree Creek. Bunyaville State Forest Park is also nearby and it’s a great spot for a short bushwalk or a weekend picnic.
The land developed for Bridgeman Green was originally a farm. The original property dwelling, an old Queenslander, was the first home to be built on Ridley Road. Bridgeman Downs officially became a suburb of Brisbane in 1975 and has become a high-end suburb filled with palatial homes on large blocks.