20 July 2020
With land in sought-after areas being snapped up following the recent release of Federal and State Government grants, the couple did not want to miss out on grabbing a block that ticked all their boxes.
As first home buyers, Casey and Lachlan used the grants and stamp duty concession to help secure their home and land package through Homebuyers Centre WA.
Currently living at The Vines and loving the surrounding landscape, it was important for the couple to stay local.
“We love that Bullsbrook still has a rural and homey feel to it,” said Casey.
“Having the amazing Swan Valley on our doorstep is definitely one of the most attractive aspects about living in the area.”
But location wasn’t the only important consideration for the young couple who have chosen a generous 540m2 block for their four bedroom, two bathrooms house.
Casey said they wanted a backyard big enough for entertaining and their much loved dog, Rigby.
“He’s a Border Collie X Blue Heeler and needs plenty of room to run around,” she said.
“That meant we needed a bigger block than other residential developments offer and the lots at Kingsford are larger than most.”
Casey works in Bayswater and Lachlan works all over Perth as an auto electrician, so a community with convenient transport links was a must.
“The new Tonkin Highway extension has been a game-changer for Bullsbrook,” she said.
The couple are looking forward to moving into their dream home early next year.