CATALINA SNAPPED UP
BUYERS seeking a beachside lifestyle have snapped up almost half the lots in Catalina Beach’s initial land release.
The 21 properties launched at the Mindarie estate last weekend are the first of about 500 blocks to hit the market over seven years. Part of stage 25, they range from 300sq m-450sq m and start at $320,000.
When complete, the new 32ha residential community with ocean vistas will feature bushland walks and landscaped parks minutes from Ocean Keys Shopping Centre, schools, Clarkson railway station and Mindarie Marina.
It is the second of three precincts at Catalina under development by the Tamala Park Regional Council, with Satterley Property Group as project manager and exclusive selling agent.
“Every time the residents of Catalina Beach turn off the main street for home, they will be met by an ocean view,” Satterley chief executive Nigel Satterley said.
“Residents can maximise ocean views and glimpses as they drive into Catalina Beach, with a wide boulevard of norfolk pines leading to a safe swimming beach.
“It’s not just the beautiful natural environment – the incredible swimming beach, dunes and nature reserves.
“Already everything you need in your daily life is here.”
Catalina’s first precinct, Catalina Central, is well established with about 844 lots released in five years while the third precinct, Catalina Grove, has yet to be launched.
Mr Satterley said buyers continued to crave the lifestyle offered on Perth’s northern coast.
“People want to live in vibrant communities with great outdoor parks and spaces to meet,” he said.
“Catalina does all of this and more, with easy access to the coast as well as established facilities.”
Offers include a $2000 rebate on photovoltaic panels, fencing packages, front landscaping and internet access through the NBN.
For more information, contact Catalina estate manager Dominique Rain on 9368 9068 or 0438 701 286 or visit the sales and information centre at 39 Aviator Boulevard, Clarkson from Friday to Wednesday from noon to 5pm.
Catalina's second precict will feature parks and open spaces that include playgrounds and family picnic areas with barbecues.