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These “Mainwaring Collection” townhomes are in the heart of Stockland’s award winning Sunshine Coast community.NATIONALLY renowned architect behind the Queen Street Mall refurbishment and the upgraded streetscapes in Noosa Junction and Noosaville has now left his mark on townhomes in Brightwater on the Sunshine Coast.John Mainwaring of JMA Architects, originally based on the Sunshine Coast, has designed two-level townhomes for developer Stockland’s booming Brightwater estate in Mountain Creek.Mr Mainwaring’s philosophy is that architecture should be more about space, air and lightness and he has well and truly brought that to the “Mainwaring Collection”.With the first release of townhomes sold out and only a handful left in the second release, Stockland development manager Matt Patullo said it was time to register your interest in the third release or risk missing out. “Mainwaring Collection” townhomes in Brightwater estate.“We have a number of buyers who missed out on their preferred homes in earlier releases, so I would encourage anyone interested in the Essen townhomes to register now,’’ Mr Patullo said. More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor8 hours agoMr Patullo said he was overwhelmed by the response to the Mainwaring Collection townhomes which represented Stockland’s first foray into medium density projects on the Sunshine Coast.“These townhomes are ideal for buyers who want a low maintenance lifestyle with everything at their fingertips and they come full of quality inclusions and smart design features not typically seen in townhome developments,” Mr Patullo said. “This is why the Mainwaring Collection is appealing to a broad range of buyers, especially downsizers, couples, mature families and even investors.”The two-three and four-bedroom Essen townhomes will be priced from $409,000, with residents given access to Brightwater’s community benefits such as a 12ha lake, parks, kilometres of walking and cycling trails and the Brightwater State School and market place.Mr Patullo said Brightwater was in a perfect location on the coast with the patrolled Kawana beach only minutes away and easy access to major employment generators such as the new health precinct and future town centre at Oceanside. “Mainwaring Collection” townhomes in Brightwater estate.Construction is underway on the Lux and Aquiv townhomes, with Stockland appointing local contractor RCQ Construction to build the two-storey designer homes.RCQ Construction general manager Gavin Wuiske said the company was excited to be teaming up with Stockland for the project and he hoped to maintain a long-term relationship with the developer.“Construction of Lux is on schedule for completion in June and we expect Aquiv will be completed in August,” Mr Wuiske said.“Together the Lux and Aquiv projects will see almost $9 million of investment in the local economy. The resulting economic benefit of developments such as this and the flow-on effect they have on the local community cannot be underestimated.”The debut of the Mainwaring Collection comes hot on the heels of Stockland unveiling the final home sites at the 1500-home Brightwater, which was recently named the state’s best masterplanned development at the 2016 UDIA QLD awards.