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SUBURB PROFILES


Beechboro Information:

Beechboro is a large suburb that has developed in a number of stages, the best way to study it is to open your UBD Street Directory to Map 230 and follow the commentary below:

-          East Beechboro - the trapezoid-shaped area east of Altone Rd through to Lord St, bounded by Reid Highway to the north and Benara Rd to the south.  Housing dates from from 1979 through to the late 1980's. Block sizes are typically 600-800m2.  Construction is usually brick and tile three bedroom one bathroom detached homes; along with a smattering of duplexes.

-          West Beechboro - the square-shaped area west of Altone Rd through to Beechboro Rd Nth, again bounded by Reid Highway to the north and Benara Rd to the south.  Actually the bottom left-hand corner of this square is cut out and called "Morley" which is out of character if you look at the map or drive the street; for example the north of Darwin Crescent is Beechboro but the southern section is Morley.  Beechboro residents know that these Morley residents really wish they were in Beechboro and might even petition for a suburb name change.  Housing in West Beechboro dates from mid to late 1980's. Block sizes are typically 600-800m2. Construction is predominantly brick and tile; and the houses while still a majority of 3x1's, have increased in size and include a small number of 4x1's and some 4x2's.

-          Timberlane Estate is a chunk of houses to the western extreme of Beechboro, defined by the boundaries of Reid Highway, Beechboro Rd North and a dotted line on the southern edge running along the backyards of Blackboy Way.  There is a tiny pocket of Morley just below Timberlane - see the previous comments on West Beechboro! 

-          Orchid Park - a pocket of houses in the north-western corner of Beechboro all by themselves. There is only one access road being the roundabout turnoff into Orchid Ave off Beechboro Rd North. Orchid Park housing was constructed from around 1989 to 1995, and consists of brick and tile 3x1's and 4x2's. Historically this subdivision was not popular due to its remote location and lack of nearby amenities; however the recent construction of a shopping centre opposite the entrance roundabout has changed this. The street names of Orchid Park are named after various types and parts of orchid flowers, such as niltonia, denia and stylis. The Marshall road powerlines are prominently visible along the boundary of Orchid Park, backing onto parts of Mitra Lp and Orchid Ave.

-          Bennett Springs - popular and the most expensive subdivision of Beechboro, Bennett Springs is a long rectangular chunk of land sandwiched between Reid Highway and Marshall Rd, bounded by Bennett Brook on the east and Beechboro Rd North on the west. Released from the late 1990's and stil being developed today, Bennett Springs consists almost entirely of brick and tile 4x2's. Exceptions include occasional two-storey homes, a few 5x2's and a smattering of original dwellings built before the subdivision occurred. Like Orchid Park, the powerlines of Marshall Road are obvious from the northern part of Bennett Springs; in fact selected blocks along Wintergreene, Turnstone, Portland, Driftwood and Oriole roads actually go underneath the lines.  The long-awaited Springs shopping centre has greatly increased the amenity of the subdivision. Beechboro Christian School is also resident in the suburb. Birds are the theme for Bennett Springs street names, with such beauties as fairywren, whimbrel and spoonbill.

Picture: HouseSmart Real Estate is located in Altone Park Shopping Centre in Beechboro.

Lockridge Information:

Lockridge is a nice place to live and contains many opportunities for the family. It is located next to Beechboro, Caversham, Kiara, and Eden Hill. Information about the suburb is listed below:

-          Main roads in Lockridge include Lord St, Altone Rd, Morley Dr and Benara Rd.  The location of this suburb means that the surrounding suburbs include such entertainments as a golf course, holiday park, recreation centre, main shopping centre, and wetlands.

-          The suburb also has it's own entertainments, such as many parks spread around the place. Weddall Rd is next to Woolgar park, and nice place for the kids to run around in. Rosher park is located on Rosher Rd, Grimney Oval on Sturtridge Rd, and Korbosky Park on Morley Dr.

-          Lockridge is home to a great primary school for the kids, meaning that it is the perfect place for kids to grow up in, with shops, school, and parks in walking or driving distance.

Lockridge is a great place if you are looking for a home to start a family in or if you want to live alone or with a friend. It is a great neighbourhood!

Caversham Information

Caversham is an up and coming residential area, home to many families and other people. It is a gorgeous residential area which contains many wineries and a wildlife park. It is located in the City of Swan and information about the suburb is given in the commentary below.

-          Caversham is located next to the suburbs of Beechboro, Viveash, Lockridge, Eden Hill and Guildford. Caversham is located next to Reid Highway and also has two rivers running along its boundary lines. The main roads in Caversham are Bennett St, Suffolk St, Arthur St, West Swan Rd, Caversham Ave, Woodward Rd, Hammersly Rd, Cecelia Rd, Maxwell Rd, and De Burgh Rd.

-          The suburb contains many estates as it is a popular place with its many wineries and nature reserves. These estates include Golden Vine Private Estate, Taylor Private Estate, and Balwyn Private Estate.

-          Golden Vines Private Estate is just 25 minutes from Perth CBD and includes schools, shops, playgrounds, sport centres, and open landscape. It is a beautiful estate great for anybody looking for a richer and fuller living.

-          Taylor Private Estate is located just 15 km from the city and is a great gateway to the Swan Valley. It holds many opportunities for young families with locations such as a future kindergarten and primary school, community shopping centres, parklands and recreation centres, and close to wineries and Whiteman Park.

-          Balwyn Private Estate can be described as a stunning residential area full of beauty and close to many parklands and wineries. It is a great place for a new family to develop, and has been especially built to include large open spaces for your kids to run around in. The homes are built with upmost quality and include a range of sizes for all the possible dreams that your house could be the key to unlocking.

Caversham is a beautiful place to live and is definitely worth considering if you are looking to buy or rent a house!

Kiara Information:

Kiara is a wonderful place to live as it is home to many shopping centres, restaurants and facilities. Kiara is located in the City of Swan, and information on this great suburb is listed below:

-          Kiara is surrounded by the suburbs of Morley, Beechboro, Lockridge, and Eden Hill. It is a local government residential area and is populated by around 1792 residents.

-          There are primary and high schools located within Kiara and the neighbouring suburbs. This is a good opportunity to have your dream home and have schools nearby.

-          Supermarkets and shopping centres including an IGA nearby and many more shopping places in nearby suburbs.

-          This gorgeous suburb includes many parks and recreational centres for people who love to run around or have pets that need walking.

Kiara is a good neighbourhood and would be an amazing place to buy your first home or to move into with a partner, family, friend, or simply by yourself. This is a great opportunity suburb!

Morley Information:

Morley is a remarkable suburb just 10 kilometres from Perth CBD. It is located within the City of Bayswater. Information about the suburb can be found in the commentary below:

-          Morley is situated in the City of Bayswater and is located next to the suburbs of Noranda, Daniella, Beechboro, Eden Hill, Bedford, Bayswater, and Embleton.

-          Morley is a great place to live if you are into shopping, as the suburb contains Perth’s second largest shopping centre, Centro Galleria. This shopping centre also includes a great cinema complex, and restaurants that will ignite your tastebuds with delicious delicacies. Morley also includes some amazing amenities such as Morley Sports and Recreation Centre, Coventry Square Markets, Morley Rollerdrome, and an indoor play centre.

-          Morley has many parks, shopping centres, and other facilities that make it the perfect place for a family.

Morley is a great suburb and holds many opportunities. It is a good place for families to live in or near, and is a great place for buying your first home or extending your investment portfolio.

 

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