CEDAR Woods has turned the first sod for their newest estate in Henley Brook, set to be home to another 350 families within the popular and rapidly growing suburb.
The estate is an expansion of Cedar Woods’ highly successful Ariella private estate in Brabham, now home to more than 800 families, and leverages the range of high-quality local amenities available in the area.
Cedar Woods WA state manager Ben Rosser said that the newest development responds to increasing demand for homes within the area, which has experienced a boom in new amenities over recent years.
“Henley Brook is a well located and increasingly in-demand suburb for buyers, set amongst some of Perth’s most popular tourist, lifestyle, recreation, education and employment areas,” he said.
“Residents will have everything within easy reach, located between the established Ellenbrook and Brabham town centres, as well as living in the beautiful surrounds of the Swan Valley region.”
The estate is within walking distance to the Henley Brook bus station and close by to the future Metronet Whiteman Park station.
Opening in 2024, this train station will ensure a hassle-free journey for Henley Brook residents to commute into the CBD in just 25 minutes.
Situated on the corner of Starflower Road and Henley Street, Ariella Henley Brook is located within the popular Ellenbrook Primary School zone and is positioned across from a future primary school, making it the perfect choice for effortless school runs.
Register your interest online at www.ariellahe