Triplex dis­play shows po­ten­tial

Cockburn Gazette - - RESIDENTIAL -

SUM­MIT Project’s new triplex dis­play gives peo­ple a chance to see what is pos­si­ble when it comes to this type of devel­op­ment.

The units at 519 Can­ning High­way, Melville will be open to the pub­lic for six weeks from Satur­day, Au­gust 18 to give a ‘real life’ ex­am­ple of a clev­erly de­signed, mod­ern unit devel­op­ment.

Sum­mit Pro­jects devel­op­ment con­sul­tant Ewan McCon­nell said it was not of­ten a builder show­cased units as dis­play homes and it pre­sented a great chance for po­ten­tial clients to gain in­valu­able in­sight.

“There are a lot of clients who are talk­ing and look­ing and want­ing to do a unit devel­op­ment, but they re­ally don’t get that op­por­tu­nity to view a newly-com­pleted triplex op­tion, which can eas­ily be moulded into a quad or six units,” he said.

“It’s a great op­por­tu­nity to see some­thing on the ground and give peo­ple in­for­ma­tion right up front.”

The sin­gle-level, three­bed­room, two-bath­room units are on a 911sq m R30/R40 block and range in size from 158sq m-170sq m.

The owner pur­chased the site as an in­vest­ment, de­mol­ish­ing an ex­ist­ing home to de­velop the units to cater for down­siz­ers not want­ing to com­pro­mise on space or func­tion­al­ity.

The three units have the­atre rooms, white gal­ley kitchens with 900mm ap­pli­ances, sep­a­rate liv­ing zones, lam­i­nate floor­ing, dou­ble garages and neu­tral colour schemes.

Mr McCon­nell said the triplex build mar­ket in Perth was pick­ing up, with many savvy in­vestors snap­ping up good-sized blocks in what they viewed as a safe in­vest­ment.

“There are some re­zon­ing po­ten­tials for cor­ner blocks in cer­tain ar­eas and there is re­zon­ing hap­pen­ing on stan­dard blocks, so there is a lot hap­pen­ing and it opens up op­por­tu­ni­ties,” he said.

The sites are open ev­ery Satur­day and Sun­day from 1-2pm or by ap­point­ment.

Call Sum­mit Pro­jects on 6555 3041 or visit www. sum­mit­pro­

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