1-11 King George Street, VICTORIA PARK WA 6100





Fully renovated 1 bedroom ground floor unit located in secure complex only metre’s away from the bustling and evolving Victoria Park caf, pubs and restaurant scene.

One of the rare ground floor units to have not 1, but 2 courtyards both fully fenced, one front and one at the rear, Unit 1 boasts over 107 sqm of total area being 52 sqm for the unit, 43sqm of courtyards and 12 sqm of parking bay.

Recent renovations has meant there is nothing to do but add your own finishing touches and move in, or hand the keys to a property manager and expect rental returns in the $360 to $380 per week range!

Water Rates $584.05
Shire Rates $996.12
Strata Rates $2012.00 includes $445 per year special levy

For further information, please contact Selling Agent – Paul Elliss on 0438 678 118.

Property Features
  • House
  • 1 bed
  • 1 bath
  • Floor Area is 55.74 m²
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Fast Facts about Victoria Park
  • Postcode is 6100
  • Local Council is Town of Victoria Park
  • Investors Are Buying Established, Subdividing, Student Housing
A lovely suburb close to the heart of Perth, Victoria Park is a beautiful place to live in. A number of housing developments are created in the area to cater to the demand in real estate among families and workers, earning it a nickname as a “working man's district” in the 1930s. Still, an increase in elderly population beginning in the 1970s slowly erased the moniker from the suburb. Plenty of apartment blocks can be found across the suburb.
Victoria Park boasts of a wonderful location just a few minutes southeast from the heart of the city. Perth CBD is just 3 km away, allowing residents and visitors to have easy access to many of its landmarks and business establishments. The suburb, though, is quite small, only covering an area of 2.6 km2.
Considering its proximity to the CBD, Victoria Park can easily do away with amenities to serve its residents yet provides them with such nonetheless. Today, it is home to a number of factories, commercial establishments, banks, hotels, post office, police station, and utilities. There is also a state school in the vicinity.
For recreation, residents and guests can easily drive away to Perth CBD or the beaches hugging the westernmost portion of the city. Also, there is a bowling club in the area and some shopping centers for them to have a good time.
Several bus routes conveniently ply the route across Victoria Park, connecting it with Perth CBD and several neighboring towns. It is transected by several highways and The Causeway. Victoria Park bus station is set on the eastern end of The Causeway while the Victoria Park train station is on the suburb’s northeastern corner.