Highland Ridge for relaxation
Original story written by Maureen Eppen and published in the Weekend West 18th Feb 2017
Remaining lifestyle lots at Highland Ridge estate in Jane Brook are in an elevated location off ering views across the surrounding countryside to the Perth city skyline.
Just seven home sites remain of 12 lots off ered for sale at the estate, ranging from 9812sqm-1.92ha, and priced from $499,000 to $610,000.
Titles are available for all lots and they are serviced with underground power, scheme water, mains gas, rural fencing and front gate, concrete crossovers and National Broadband Network accessibility.
DJ MacCormick Sales and Marketing Manager David Gibbons said all lots had generous building envelopes of about 1000sqm and these had been cleared of trees to keep site works costs to a minimum.
He said Highland Ridge was the perfect address for those who wanted to enjoy the peace and privacy of a country lifestyle combined with the convenience of having a broad range of services and amenities within easy reach.
“This estate represents a rare opportunity to purchase a tree change or lifestyle lot in the foothills, adjoining a national park with walk trails,” Mr Gibbons said. The large, leafy lots ensure peace and privacy, while providing plenty of space for people to build their dream home.
“Highland Ridge adjoins the John Forrest National Park, where local residents can walk with the wildlife each day, including kangaroos.”
“Residents of this community will also be able to take advantage of the 12-minute drive to Midland’s town centre or a five-minute trip to Swan View IGA.
“Jane Brook is conveniently located only 25km from the Perth CBD, 10 minutes by car from Midland train station and a 20-minute train ride from Midland into Perth.
“The estate offers a relaxed, rural lifestyle with breathtaking scenery, babbling brooks and secluded picnic spots. All the delights of the Swan Valley are just minutes away, including the region’s numerous wineries, boutique breweries, cafes, restaurants, art galleries and more.
“The Hills region is known for its markets, festivals and fairs, along with many active social groups, covering everything from astronomy to yoga.”
Mr Gibbons said nearby recreational options included golf, swimming, kayaking, cricket, bowls, netball, cycling and bushwalking.
“Families with children appreciate that the estate is close to four public primary schools, a senior high school, four private schools catering for primary and secondary students and TAFE facilities,” he said. “Perth Airport is also nearby and easily accessed.”
Mr Gibbons said a range of quality house and land packages were available on the home sites, with builders Gemmill Homes, Redink Homes, Content Living, the Rural Building Company and Shelford Quality Homes.
Contact DJ MacCormick David Gibbons | 0439 481 228
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