EPRA to auction nine new lots in July

ANOTHER nine homesites in the East Perth Redevelopment Authority area are to go to auction on 24 July.

The homesites will follow the curve at the western end of Old Belvidere Promenade.

EPRA chief executive Wally Cox said Belvidere would evolve into a precinct that exceeded everyone’s expectations.

“It’s going to be a residential community with a few commercial properties, some home offices and its own corner shop,” Dr Cox said.

Bidding for the nine lots is expected to be fast and furious. The first release of Belvidere land in Kensington Street sold out in just four weeks.

The nearby Graham Farmer Freeway, due for completion in mid 2000, will provide residents with ready access to all metropolitan destinations.

Dr Cox said the development, like everywhere else in East Perth, was only ever a minute’s walk to the Swan River or Claisebrook Cove.

Also, because the EPRA area is within the Free Transit Zone, a bus trip into the CBD is free.

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