Why Cedar Woods is attracting all buyers for their townhomes in Subiaco

Local downsizers within a five kilometre radius of Subiaco have been keen buyers

Why Cedar Woods is attracting all buyers for their townhomes in Subiaco
Cedar Woods Incontro townhomes. Image supplied

The national property developer Cedar Woods are seeing all type of buyers snap up the townhomes in their Subiaco development Incontro.

They've sold 90 per cent of the 41 townhomes on offer at the Salvado Road development in the sought-after suburb just outside of the Perth CBD.

Local downsizers within a five kilometre radius of Subiaco have been keen buyers, predominantly from those living in larger family homes, seeking a lower maintenance lifestyle in the same area.

There's also been upsizers, who have been a mix of young professionals and young families. These buyers have been coming from a little bit further afield, looking for the lifestyle the suburb of Subiaco offers.

The location is one of the key attractions of Incontro. It's located just a few kilometres from the CBD and has the parklands of Subiaco Common and Henderson Park, as well as retail and entertainment options with Rokeby Road and Cambridge St cafe and shopping strips within walking distance.

The flexible space above the garage has been popular among buyers who will utilise the space for an extra bedroom, home gym, or a home office.

The building demolition works have been completed on site, with building work to commence imminently. The townhomes are expected to be completed in mid-2022.

The development will also see apartments launched in late 2021.

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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