29 June 2021
Nestled within the awe-inspiring beauty of the Darling Scarp foothills, it’s a master-planned community packed with character, a rich sense of history and opportunities for an enviable lifestyle.
But what exactly is a master-planned community?
And why are master-planned communities so popular?
Master-planned communities are new residential developments that have been thoughtfully and carefully designed to include a mix of homes, along with a range of shops, services and recreational amenities.
They deliver the housing choices, services and infrastructure people expect from a contemporary suburb, while creating opportunities for business investment and local jobsin and around Bullsbrook.
Instead of growing organically and reactively, master-planned communities grow logically and strategically, with each element meticulously designed to provide long-term benefits to residents.
Everything you need close by
Many people who buy into a master-planned community like the fact they have all they need close at hand, from shops and recreational facilities, to employment hubs and public transport.
The master plan for Kingsford includes an ‘urban village’ with a new major supermarket retailer, specialty shops, café, medical services and recreational facilities.
With established shops, services, sporting clubs, recreational facilities and a Kindy to year 12 school already on the doorstep. Kingsford’s residents get to enjoy the best of both worlds.
Master planned communities are typically well connected.
Kingsford enjoys excellent connectivity to Ellenbrook, Midland and Joondalup. Great Northern Highway and the new non-stop, state-of-the-art Northlink connection make trips to the city and the airport hassle-free.
Sense of space and place
As a master-planned community, Kingsford features larger-than-average blocks, leafy streets and parks to create a feeling of space. The Darling Range offers a spectacular backdrop and the Ki-it Monger Brook meanders through the estate.
Kingsford is proud of Bullsbrook’s heritage and aviation history, choosing an old-meets-new landscaping theme. Natural materials that reflect the history of the area are teamed with contemporary materials to give Kingsford a modern feel.
Dynamic, sustainable community
Master planned communities such as Kingsford are designed with a strong sense of community in mind. They typically foster healthy lifestyles, social connections, a shared identity and close-knit neighbourhoods. There are ample opportunities for residents to get outdoors, enjoying parks, playgrounds, cycleways and walkways.
A mix of housing, including homes for first homebuyers, growing families and retirees, enables people to stay in the area as their housing needs change.
The benefits of living in a master-planned community are at #5 on our list of Top 10 Reasons to Live at Kingsford. Perth land for sale from only $151,000.