04/06/2014 - 15:37

Satterley to sell Claremont land

04/06/2014 - 15:37


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Satterley Property Group has been appointed the selling agent for 29 new home sites at The Pocket, Claremont.

Satterley to sell Claremont land
PCYC site set for demolition. Photo: Attila Csaszar.

Satterley Property Group has been appointed the selling agent for 29 new home sites at Claremont.

The land, currently owned by Western Australian Police and Community Youth Centres, will provide buyers a chance to build in Perth’s western suburbs.

Marketed as Claremont Square, the home sites situated at Davies, Lapsley and Graylands roads, gives buyers the option to build two, three and four-storey houses on the compact lots.

“If you are looking to build an upmarket designer home in a great location, there are few better options in the Perth market than Claremont Square,” Satterley chief executive Nigel Satterley said.

“You are an eight-minute stroll from the cafes, restaurants, and upmarket shopping of Claremont, you are a five-minute walk from Claremont golf course, a five-minute walk from the train station, and if you don’t want to swim at the pool across the road, Cottesloe Beach is less than five kilometres away.”

Home sites range in size from 206 to 235 square metres and will be put on the market in Spring.

“Claremont Square is perfectly located land to raise a family or enjoy a well-connected executive lifestyle,” Mr Satterley said.

Across the road from The Claremont Square, LandCorp’s Claremont on the Park site is a step closer to the construction of more than 170 new homes, with Mirvac Construction, Pindan and Caydon Property Group shortlisted to purchase and build on two apartment sites in the estate.

The two apartment sites will deliver homes for more than 350 people, with Claremont on the Park to be home to more than 1,000 people.

“LandCorp is confident the shortlisted proponents have the requisite experience and financial capacity to deliver excellent outcomes for the project and surrounding community,” LandCorp general manager metropolitian Luke Willcock said.

“The next step will require the three proponents to submit their proposals for development on each of the landmark sites, which front the Claremont Oval.”

Civil works are under way to service the two lots and are expected to conclude in mid-2014.


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