72 Railway Parade, Bassendean
DA APPROVED DEVELOPMENT SITE
OPTION 1 - BUILD 22 APPROVED APARTMENTS
OPTION 2 - DESIGN AND DEVELOP
Large 2,560m2 block ready to build R20/R40
Although this may look like just a patch of land, in actual fact 72 Railway Parade has a rich history. The shop next door and surrounding blocks were originally established for Millars Timber and Trading Company. Then the store became a liquor shop (which it currently is today) called Thomson’s Shop, established by Clarrie (Clarence) Thomson in the early 1900’s. Then the new owner Mr Armstrong ran it as a fruitery and later his wife ran it as a lolly shop.
Mr Armstrong also ran Bassendean Printing Works on the corner of Ivanhoe and Broadway from 1919, where the local rag the Bassendean Magnet was printed using a hand press.
Now it’s your turn to create the next chapter of history.
The lifestyle options are plentiful with the cute Caff on Broadway around the corner. Bassendean’s Urban Village is within walking distance on Old Perth Road. Here you’ll find plenty of shopping and dining options including the Cork & Bottle wine bar and Bassendean Hotel, which includes one of Perth’s finest Italian restaurants upstairs at Trattoria.
The block is conveniently located within walking distance to public transport, shops, schools, cafes, parks, Success Hill Reserve, Bassendean Oval (home to the WAFL League’s Swan Districts Football Club) and the river, as well as within easy access to major road arteries.
Vacant blocks of this size and historic value don’t come on the market very often in historic Bassendean. This level block is already Department Approved to build 22 apartments on the 2,560m2 site.
This is a unique opportunity for an investor to create something special within an established community and supporting infrastructure.
Please get in touch with Kelly Jones 0413 147 393 for further information.