To get in before prices start to rise, we’ve uncovered some of the upcoming suburbs for 2017.
A quiet and safe neighborhood that’s known for being lush, green and charming, Gosnells is located south-east of the Perth CBD. The suburb is only a short distance drive to some wonderful bush lands area and walking trails.
Access to the CBD area is convenient with a nearby highway and train station. The current median house price is $428,000.
A large suburb close to Perth Airport makes it the perfect suburb to live in for fly-in/fly-out professionals and other younger couples. High Wycombe has become a popular suburb due to the recent developments and its low-risk history of steady capital growth.
The suburb features several local supermarkets, a variety of boutique and specialty retail stores. The current median house price is $428,000.
A quiet town located 20 minutes away from the CBD in southern Perth is the perfect place to settle into for young families and professionals. Camillo’s neighbouring suburb Kelmscott has a number of facilities to utilise. The median house price is $310,000.
Located close to the beach and the Mitchell Freeway, Currambine is a neat and quiet suburb dotted with a variety of beautiful family homes. The suburb has its own train station and shopping malls, and the median house price is sitting at $530,00.
Referred to as "country living on the doorstep of the city" Forrestfield is located 15km from the CBD. It features quiet, leafy, suburban streets and a large recreation centre. The current median house price is $405,000.
These are some of the upcoming Perth suburbs in 2017 that have great potential for a development project. If none of these suburbs catch your eye why not contact us if you have a piece of land in mind and we can assist you through our Development Assessment.