Nearly all blocks have sold at the new residential estate built by the City of Gosnells, as part of its multi-million-dollar redevelopment of Robinson Park.
The project, which was recently completed, transformed the 5.6ha space into a new 42-lot housing development overlooking a large park full of great features.
Mayor David Goode said Robinson Park was proving popular with local families, as well as those building on lots surrounding the park.
“The park itself has been a great selling point, with many families attracted to the quality and size of the new Robinson Park,” he said.
“At 2.9ha it has so many features, including a nature play area with all abilities equipment, shaded picnic and barbecue areas, public toilets and parking, a multi-sports goal, basketball half-court and a large grassed area with plenty of space to kick a ball or play some cricket.
“The off-leash dog exercise area, which is something local residents requested during the project consultation, is also a great drawcard, as is the walking distance to a primary school, shops and child care centres.”
MMJ Real Estate Managing Director Chris Geers said buyer interest in the estate had been strong, with many families seeking the combination of facilities, location and Robinson Park itself.
“Sales have met our expectations, particularly given the City’s investment in this estate and the meticulous Robinson Park,” he said.
“The smaller blocks, ranging in size from 352m2 to mainly 400m2 are a new product type for this area, and buyers have been attracted by the price and blocks facing the park.”
To find out more about Robinson Park, visit the City’s website gosnells.wa.gov.au.
For information about land at Robinson Park visit www.mmj.com.au or Chris Geers of MMJ Real Estate on 9325 5880.