Buyers have a rare chance to snap up residential land on the banks of Canning River, following the final release at a Waterford precinct.
Stage 5C at Cygnia Cove estate, which was created by developer Richard Noble & Company, comprises six titled lots ranging from 445-507sqm that are ready to build on.
Richard Noble & Company Managing Director Alex Gregg said it was almost impossible to find family-sized homesites along the river in Perth.
“Located right on the river, the lots are private and extremely rare,” he said.
The exclusive five-hectare enclave, just 10km from the Perth CBD, appeals to mostly second and subsequent buyers wanting to build substantial two-storey homes in a prestigious location.
Its centrepiece is a revitalised wetland and expanded foreshore reserve, which provides the perfect breeding ground for Western Australia’s iconic black swans.
Fringed with stands of eucalyptus, jarrah and melaleuca, they are also home to a myriad other water birds.
Cygnia Cove is designed to allow residents and visitors to observe the wildlife and pristine nature surrounding them, with quiet tree-lined streets and raised boardwalks leading to parklands and the foreshore.
Another highlight of the estate is its convenient position close to amenities.
“Location is everything and not only is Cygnia Cove on a convenient arterial route to Perth city, it also provides easy access to the southern corridor and the Perth to Mandurah rail link,” Mr Gregg said.
“On the corner of Manning Road and Centenary Avenue, this private enclave has a host of primary and secondary school, tertiary and recreational facilities at your door.”
Residents are close to some of Perth’s finest private schools and tertiary education institutions such as Penrhos College, Aquinas College, Wesley College and Curtin University, with Waterford Plaza, parks, cafes and restaurants also nearby.
Local recreational facilities are abundant, including Collier Park Golf course, South of Perth Yacht Club, water skiing off Deep Water Point Reserve jetty, various bike trails around the river foreshore and tennis at Challenger Reserve.
Cygnia Cove, which totals 200 lots, has won a host of awards, including the Residential Development and Environmental Excellence titles at the 2015 UDIA National Awards for Excellence.
“We are exceptionally proud of what’s been achieved at Cygnia Cove, including recognition through national industry awards for environmental and masterplan excellence,” Mr Gregg said.
Two-storey residences must be built on the estate’s blocks and design guidelines are in place to ensure homes are environmentally friendly and waterwise.
The final lots are available via best price registration process closing Wednesday April 13.
For details on the selling process, including reserve lot prices, visit www.cygniacove.com.au, contact Richard Noble & Company Land Sales and Marketing Manager Rod Wright on
0407 945 834 or email email@example.com.