Homebuyers spoilt with competitively priced blocks in Landsdale

The estate is sandwiched between Hepburn Avenue and Landsdale Road.
The estate is sandwiched between Hepburn Avenue and Landsdale Road.

DESIGNED to help homebuyers with the rising costs of real estate, Rangeview Park in Landsdale is offering home sites from 300sq m priced from a competitive $265,000.

“With today’s affordability pressures, changing demographics and lifestyles, our goal is to provide housing options with a lower land cost for homeowners,” Urban WA project manager Lydia Perisic, who is overseeing the project, said.

“By having a range of home sites, we are creating a community of people who are all at different life stages.”

The 51-lot land division – sandwiched between Hepburn Avenue and Landsdale Road – has blocks up to 372sq m, with some premium sites in elevated positions offering views of the Perth Hills.

Rangeview Park is close to the Mitchell Freeway, Whitfords and Greenwood train stations, and is 14km to the Perth CBD and 9km to Hillarys Boat Harbour. Shopping options include Darch Plaza, Landsdale Forum Shopping Village and Kingsway City.

Families will also appreciate several primary and high schools in the area, including Carnaby Rise Primary School, and Edith Cowan University a short bus ride away.

Buyers are also spoilt for choice when it comes to house-and-land packages in the community, with a variety of designs for four-bedroom, two-bathroom as well as three-bedroom, two-bathroom homes ready to be picked.

One of the turnkey designs by Urban WA Homes.

Priced from $467,000, these turnkey designs are ideal for busy families and executive couples who want to be able to move in straight away with nothing to do at handover.

The homes, designed by Urban WA Homes, all feature open-plan floor plans, European stainless steel appliances, reverse-cycle airconditioning, security alarms and sensors, high ceilings, full landscaping with automatic reticulation, and spacious alfresco spaces for outdoor entertaining.

“The Perth property market is showing signs of a recovery in 2018 and buyers and tenants remain the beneficiaries of the current environment,” Ms Perisic said. “I feel we’ve reached the bottom of the market and I think we’ll see a lot more properties starting to sell, the market will tighten and, towards the end of the year, prices might start to move up.

“So now would be a great time to take advantage of the current economic environment and lock in lower prices.”