Looking for a suburb where you can have a big block and still be close to the city? Inner-city suburbs are very well developed, so it can be hard to find land to build or buy. Girrawheen is constantly changing and updating, so there is plenty of room for a first home buyer to come in and create their forever home. And, who wouldn’t want to live in a suburb named after the word meaning ‘the place where flowers grow’?
Girrawheen is becoming a suburb full of young couples, families, and first homeowners, so you will fit in perfectly. The median house price is $304,000 based on settled sales from 1 January 2020 – 31 December 2020. A massive 41 per cent of homes are being purchased in Girrawheen, and 76 per cent of all the dwellings are houses in this suburb. So much to choose from that will tick your boxes. The main percentage of households are made up of couples with or without children, so perfect for couples ready to start a life together.
Land for sale in Girrawheen is just 12 kilometres from the city, so you know everything will be close by. In just under 25 mins be in the CBD via the Mitchell Freeway. Talk about proximity! If you are more of a public transport person, be there in 45 minutes. Take one of the local buses in, or make your way to Warwick Train Station and get the Joondalup Line straight down the CBD.
Property for sale in Perth, WA, will always be fantastic due to how beautiful our state is. The greenery is abundant, and everyone is close to the beach. But homes for sale in Girrawheen are incredibly close, a breezy 14 mins to beaches like Mettams Pool and Trigg Beach. Whether you want to walk, swim, or play, you’ll never pass up an offer to head down to the seaside when it’s this close.
Finding a space of your own can be hard when you don’t know what to look for. Our property buying tip is to think ahead for the future, especially if you plan on having or moving a family into this home. Girrawheen has numerous great schools within their border, including Hudson Park Primary School, Girrawheen Senior High School, Emmanuel Christian Community School, Roseworth Primary School, and Our Lady of Mercy Primary. Girrawheen is also surrounded by lots of great schools that lay just outside the borders.
Being surrounded by nature is a must for many first home buyers in Australia. Residents of the suburb say the parks and gardens are abundant. There are plenty of reserves around and many with playing fields and sports courts.
When buying a home in Perth, it is essential to think about the resale value in the future if you ever wanted to sell. It is crucial to buy in an area close to great amenities. Newpark Shopping Centre is the suburb’s primary shopping spot with an IGA, bar, fast food options and even a gym. There are various shopping precincts nearby, including Warwick Grove and The Square Mirrabooka a few suburbs over. For major shopping retail spots, Westfield Innaloo, Karrinyup Shopping Centre, and Morley Galleria are just 20 minutes away.