Peet managing director and chief executive Brendan Gore said there had been more inquiries and sales at Yanchep Golf Estate recently, prompting them to release another 15 lots.
‘Yanchep is certainly a growth area,’ Mr Gore said.
‘With a low interest rate environment and significant infrastructure works planned for the Yanchep region, we would anticipate significant increased activity in Yanchep in general.’
Among recent buyers are UK migrants John, Julie and Cassie (8) Rabone, who tried living in different suburbs since arriving in 2008, but decided to move back to Yanchep.
‘We liked that there were so many established trees around the area and when we saw how it was all coming together as a community, it gave us confidence to build for the first time,’ Mrs Rabone said.
‘Yanchep has become busier in the past couple of years but it still feels like a coastal holiday town because there is such a mix of ages living there ” it is not just all retirees or first-time buyers.’