LOT 156 5250 SQM 50m FRONTAGE
This is Wildflower Ridge Estate, the exciting residential planned land development in Chittering, just beyond Perth's northern fringe.
With lots from 5,000m2 to 8,879m2, you'll have room to move and room to grow on your very own bush block, with coastal and hill views on offer, and natural open spaces where kids can grow up with a true spirit of freedom.
At Wildflower Ridge you'll be part of an affordable, innovative development with all the infrastructure you need, including a reticulated water supply, underground power and telecoms. Everything the beautiful Chittering Valley has to offer is right on your doorstep, with Muchea and Bullsbrook just minutes away, and both Joondalup and Midland are easily accessible.
We call it rural living, urban style. It's pretty unique. And it's here for the taking.
You're never far away from a great day out; Wildflower Ridge is close to Bindoon, with its eateries, farmers markets and famous Wildflower Festival. Explore the dramatic scenery of the Chittering Valley, with its backdrop of gently rolling hills and orchards, and the Chittering Valley Wine Trail. Indulge in a little retail therapy at Midland or Joondalup, both less than half an hour away, or head for Yanchep Lagoon for a day at the beach.
Located in the rapidly growing north-east region 50km north-east of Perth, Chittering is in the heart of one of WA's most exciting new development areas. Just down the road is Great Northern Highway, providing easy access to Bindoon, Bullsbrook, Muchea, Gingin, Midland and beyond to Perth. With the completion of NorthLink WA (the Perth-Darwin Highway), travelling times between these destinations will dramatically decrease, with the trip to Perth estimated to be around 40-45 minutes.
Importantly, Wildflower Ridge is within 15 minutes of a wide choice of schools and medical facilities, including the K-12 Gingin District High School, Bindoon Primary School, Immaculate Heart College, Gingin Medical Centre, Bindoon Medical Centre and the Bullsbrook Family Medical Centre.
Photos supplied by Klaus Braun, ICS Group