THE launch of a 17-home display village recently attracted more than 1500 visitors to Perth’s south-east for a day of family fun.
Event activities at the Springtime residential development in Haynes included an eight-metre climbing wall, bungee trampolines, animal farm, football coaching clinic by former Fremantle Docker Luke McPharlin and a visit from the Nova Casanovas.
The opening coincided with the launch of the Urban Quarter estate’s Foreshore collection comprising 12 home sites averaging more than 450sq m and starting at $192,000.
In the Foreshore’s first release, nine lots have direct frontage to the Neerigen Brook foreshore.
Urban Quarter general manager Stuart Reside said the lots represented exceptional value compared to equivalent-sized blocks in new suburbs like Harrisdale and Piara Waters, where prices were up to $100,000 higher.
Mr Reside said early interest in Riverside, one of three villages at Springtime, had exceeded expectations with more than 400 lots sold.
“It’s been a really positive response from buyers looking for a premium product,” Mr Reside said.
“The attraction of living by the water and foreshore is obviously a major drawcard, but the convenience of being able to walk to the local shopping centre and a future primary school is also influencing buyers.” More Foreshore lots will be released as the project progresses south along the 1.2km frontage it shares with the Wungong River.