Have you been looking for a river lifestyle in a prestigious location? How does forever river and city views sound? Would you like a short stroll to the South of Perth yacht club, the Raffles bar and restaurant and the Blue Water Heathcote Reserve? Well look no further, your search stops here!
Welcome to the luxurious lifestyle awaiting you at 33 Canning Beach Road Applecross. Situated in the Applecross Golden Triangle’s waterfront row and at the blue chip street’s widest section of the majestic Swan River, this property boasts 1083 sqm of prime freehold land just steps to the river. Facing EAST, the site has a classic 70s Spanish large hacienda home and presents potential to give it a fresh new look or design a new luxury home in Perth’s most affluent suburb south of the river.
The Swan River is popular for yachting, sailing, boating, fishing, crabbing, kite surfing, water-skiing, canoeing and many more water activities. Walking and cycling paths meander around the river and all the way to the CBD. Demographically, the area comprises cosmopolitan, multi-ethnic residents of all age groups.
This property is close to exceptional public transport, with access to freeways north and south. Canning Bridge bus station and train station (one train stop to the CBD) and just a 10 minute drive to the Perth CBD, everything is so convenient.
Canning Beach Road adjoins Canning Highway which links to the Kwinana Freeway. Approximately 8km to the Perth CBD, 6km to Garden City Booragoon Shopping Centre( the best shopping in the area), 15km to the Airport, 15km to Fremantle and 8 km to the Crown Casino and Hotel. The property is in the popular Applecross Primary and Applecross Senior High School zones. Private schools like Aquinas College, Penrhos College, Wesley College and All Saints College are popular choices for residents living in the area too. Tenanted until 15 Oct 2018; tenants are happy to extend if possible.
Don't let this once in a generation opportunity pass you by ! Contact Gerard de Souza on +61 451 837 883 for more details. Thanks