Welcome to Allure Estate. For once, the name really does say it all.
Allure Estate provides a rare opportunity to build a new home in a well-established suburb just 14 kms from the Perth CBD. This new land release boasts a level of enticement and attraction that other new developments can only wish for.
To start, there's location. A mere 14kms from Perth CBD, everything you and your family could need is literally within minutes of your door including shopping, schools, medical and sporting facilities, and abundant open spaces close by. Cannington City Centre is just 3km away, whilst major transport links include Beckenham Train Station plus Albany and Leach Highways.
Allure Estate is a family-friendly estate that offers residents a real sense of community. A great range of lot sizes and affordable house and land packages are available. But not, we suggest, for long
Bonus inclusions available: - $3,000 Solar Rebate - Landscaping package - Fencing included
Surrounded by local amenities: - 14km Perth CBD - 300m nearest bus stop - 3km Beckenham Station - 3km Lynwood Village Shopping Centre - 1.8km Canning River Regional Park - 15km Perth Airport - 15km Fiona Stanley Hospital - Multiple surrounding schools and just 8km from Curtin University
Don't wait to secure your green title block and build your dream home at Allure Estate, enquire today!
Note, Titles are anticipated to be issued in April 21.
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A right to use a part of land owned by another person for a specific purpose. The most common forms of easements are for services, such as water, electricity or sewerage.
The value of a block of land without any buildings, landscaping, paths, or fences. This is different to the block's market value. A block's unimproved value is used to calculate rates and land tax charges.
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