New Yanchep land release of 18 lots

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The Village release in Capricorn Beach will attract first homebuyers and downsizers. Artist impression

A NEW land release in Yanchep has 18 lots with prices ranging from $175,000 to $187,000.

Capricorn Beach Estate sales agent Richard Cull said he expected the lots to sell quickly because of their competitive pricing and prime location.

Mr Cull said the Village release was on Beachside Pde and next to the new $12 million neighbourhood centre precinct, which was under construction.

“The neighbourhood centre will be the focal point of the surrounding community and create a village atmosphere for residents,’’ he said.

“It is planned that the future neighbourhood centre will offer a range of services such as an IGA supermarket, retail outlets and a family tavern and bistro.

“This neighbourhood centre will further enhance the strong sense of community that already exists within the established community of Capricorn Beach estate.

“We expect Village residential lots to be popular with first homebuyers and downsizers who want to live within walking distance to social facilities.

“These social facilities not only include the neighbourhood centre but also the planned new Yanchep railway station, which will open in 2021.

“The Village release is about 1.2km from the location of the new railway station which will prove highly popular with people who have to commute every day to Joondalup or the Perth CBD.

“Yanchep is currently the fastest growing area in Perth and the latest Census figures show the population of the area has doubled over the last decade due to its growing popularity amongst property buyers.

“Property buyers have been attracted to Yanchep because of the outstanding lifestyle it offers with pristine beaches and abundance of established parks.

“Anyone buying into the Village release at these highly affordable lot prices will benefit from the surging population growth of Yanchep as homes in this prime location will jump in value due to the scarcity factor of this land which is close to key social infrastructure.’’