12 Crestview Crescent, KALAMUNDA WA 6076


Location & Lifestyle Unite at Crestview Lane!


Take advantage of the $25,000 federal government Home Builders grant and/or the $20,000 state government Construction Grant available plus the $10,000 first home owners grant to see if you qualify. This kind of opportunity can be once in a lifetime!

This is the chance for you to own some rare earth in Crestview Lane, a boutique land release that is very well located within walking distance to Kalamunda town center & Primary School. Perfect for downsizers or savvy buyers who know that location and lifestyle matters most.

Block sizes range between 395sqm and 405sqm. Making the ideal land size to build an expansive home, surrounded by trees and the best of the hills lifestyle, without having a huge garden to take care of.

Lot 3 & 9 are still available so get in quick before you miss out.

Top Features include
– Small group of 9 survey strata blocks where you can build whatever you like (subject to council approval)
– R20 Coding.
– Electronic security gates to be installed
– Dual street access via Heath Rd and Crestview Cr.
– Titled and ready to build on.
– Expected soil type of A-class.
– BAL Requirement of Low.
– Great location, walk to Kalamunda Primary School and Town Center.

Property Features
  • Land is 395 m²
  • Satellite
  • Street View
  • Transit
  • Bike
  • Comparables

Fast Facts about Kalamunda
  • Postcode is 6076
  • Local Council is Shire of Kalamunda
  • Investors Are Renovating, Buy & Hold
Kalmunda is a beautiful town and suburb set at east side of Perth. It lies 300 meters above sea level, along Darling Scrap and boasts of cooler temperatures than most of the suburbs that surround Perth and lush grounds. Its name was derived from the 2 indigenous Australian words which means, “home in the forest”. The residential community is set near the beautiful Kalamunda National Park and is perfect for families who want to experience the beauty of nature and a laid-back semi-rural atmosphere.
The lush town is set just within the eastern limits of the Perth. It is a peaceful community amid beautiful forest trees within the Darling Scarp.
Orchards involved in stone fruit and apple productions are set all over the town. Residents enjoy modest shopping centers, including Centro Kalamunda Shopping Centre and a small industrial area. There are a number of restaurants and parklands including the beautiful Stirk Park. Three of Perth’s residential colleges are established in the town along with 2 primary schools, the Kalamunda Primary School and Kalamunda Education Support Centre. It also plays host to a bus station, television towers and the Perth Airport’s approach control radar.
Eco-tourism is famous in Kalamunda. Visitors and residents alike will enjoy several lush reserves that are home to beautiful trees and relaxing picnic areas. There are many parks where children can make use well-designed playgrounds. The biggest attraction for recreation is the Kalamunda National Park. It boasts beautiful wildflowers, a serene brook and the Bibbulmun Track and does not charge for entrance fees. The park and most of the town is also considered as an important bird area. Residents witness a wide array of bird species including the exotic Long-billed Black Cockatoo.
Kalamunda has its very own bus station, which provides routes across the metropolitan area of Perth. This station comes with 4 bus stands and provides a total of 9 routes.
Jarrad Mahon
Managing Director / Licensee
0403 659 753
It's all about GROWTH!
Jarrad Mahon is an experienced and passionate property investor, real estate agency owner and is the “Go To” for Perth property investment insights and practical strategies that work smarter to grow wealth in today’s market.
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