A new community space will open in Clementine estate next year, set to offer local residents, community groups and businesses a space to convene.
Called Glavota’s Place, the space will include a co-use sales cottage, a lawn area and an open-air pavilion.
Satterley Property Group Chief Executive Nigel Satterley said it would enhance community life within the estate and across the broader City of Swan area.
“Glavota’s Place at Clementine will appeal to the community through its multi-functional facilities, including the 18m by 10m open-air pavilion that can be hired for markets, fitness classes and private functions,” he said. “Local community groups, residents and small businesses are encouraged to utilise the community space, which will see the small hourly hire fee donated to the Channel 7 Telethon Trust.
“Not-for-profits and community groups will be able to access four hours of complimentary use per week.”
Mr Satterley said the estate’s history as farmland in the Swan Valley’s historical agricultural area inspired the design of the space.
“We wanted to celebrate the site’s rich history by replicating the property’s original homestead and grape-drying shed to form our new sales office and open-air pavilion that can be enjoyed by many future generations to come,” he said.
Open Saturdays to Wednesdays from 12-5pm as a sales office, the cottage can be hired outside of these hours, according to Mr Satterley.
“It contains a table and chairs with a fully functional farmhouse-style kitchen featuring a large stovetop and oven, a mini-fridge, a coffee machine and a kettle,” Mr Satterley said. “The kitchen surrounds a large central island with bar stool seating.
“The sales cottage is self-sufficient and includes an accessible bathroom with baby changing facilities.”
Once the estate is fully developed, it will feature nearly 22 hectares of landscaped parks, playing fields and open spaces, along with a public primary school and neighbourhood centre.
According to Mr Satterley, the estate caters to a range of homebuyers through the array of options available, including larger lots for growing families or upgraders and townhomes for first homebuyers or downsizers.
He said the masterplanned estate was designed to feel like home and offered a warm, friendly and vibrant community focused around tranquil country living.
“Clementine is conveniently located close to established amenities such as schools, shops, a golf course and the future Ellenbrook train station, set to open in 2023-24,” he said. “Situated just 10 minutes from Ellenbrook Central shopping centre and 30 minutes from the Perth CBD, Clementine is well connected to major road networks such as Tonkin Highway and Great Northern Highway.”
Contact: Clementine estate, Achaman Pandya, 0477 000 160, www.yourclementine.com.au