71B Bulong Av, ASCOT WA 6104




Ascot is rapidly being discovered for its proximity to the city and airport while having the recreational & lifestyle benefits of the Swan River and Garvey Park walk trails at your door step.

The tree lined streets have already become the address to many new and exclusive homes, which you can have as your neighbours. Plus with the upgrade of Great Eastern highway and the planned Burswood stadium, things are about to get even closer.

A rear survey strata 440sqm block with 136sqm private driveway access, fully fenced, sewered, level and ready for you build on. Block dimensions are 15.2m wide at the front, by 30.1m deep with 13.6m at the rear (see orientation on plan). With no strata fees the block will function similar to a green title with no ongoing strata fees.

Building plans, specification and fixed price building quotation is available at your request.

Contact Jarrad Mahon from Investors Edge Real Estate on 0403 659 753, jarrad@investorsedge.com.au for an appointment to meet at the property and receive a full copy of building plans, specifications, fixed price building quote and recent sales data on the area.

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    Fast Facts about Ascot
    • Postcode is 6104
    • Local Council is City of Belmont
    • Investors Are Building, Renovating
    A suburb set on a narrow strip of land, Ascot lies along the southern bank of the Swan River. Its name was derived after the Ascot Racecourse set within its borders. Officially established on March 7, 1991, the suburb is a great place where families can make build their homes. Set just a short drive from Perth CBD, the suburb is also a wonderful choice for workers and singles to live in.
    Ascot enjoys a lovely location along the banks of Swan River, a treat for residents who can easily admire the idyllic setting and stunning views. Should they want to go to Perth CBD for shopping and entertainment, they only have to drive some 10 km (6 mi) to reach their destination. Approved on March 22, 1991, 3.7 km2 (1.4 sq mi) is within Ascot’s boundaries. It is bordered by Maylands, Rivervale, Bayswater, Belmont, Bassendean, and Redcliffe.
    Ascot is home to a major horse-racing track managed by the Western Australian Turf Club, the Ascot Racecourse from whom the suburb was named after.
    For recreation, residents and visitors of Ascot can visit the Ascot Racecourse or simply drive to the beach located just a short drive away, in the westward direction. Of course, there’s always Perth CBD to visit within minutes from the suburb for those who want to go shopping or wish to sample a wider range of local cuisines.
    Public transport options are easy to find in Ascot, especially during peak season and the Perth Cup Day. Private charter services also operate during special events to cater to those who want a more convenient way to reach the suburb.