Foulis Court, Wynn Vale

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to parks, shops and pub­lic trans­port. ‘‘Up the end of the street, there’s a park on a hill which has nice views,’’ Mrs Kenny says.

‘‘There is also one with a rose gar­den and a tun­nel that goes un­der the Golden Way to the shops so the kids don’t have to cross the road.

‘‘I like the se­cu­rity; I feel se­cure here. My neigh­bours are great and with the con­ve­nience of bus stops at the end of the road, the Golden Grove Vil­lage not very far away and Tea Tree Plaza.

‘‘It’s in the mid­dle of every­thing and it’s not been hard to get to any­thing.’’

Lat­est RP Data shows the me­dian house price in Wynn Vale is $357,000. The sub­urb has 21 parks, cov­er­ing nearly 23 per cent of its 4sq km. In 2006, its pop­u­la­tion was 8407, with the pre­dom­i­nant age group be­ing 40 to 49 years.

Daken and Daken Real Es­tate prin­ci­pal agent Brian Daken says the lo­cal schools are a main at­trac­tion to the street and sub­urb.

‘‘I’ve got two peo­ple try­ing to con­vince them­selves to buy be­cause they want their kids in those schools nearby,’’ he says.

‘‘Out of the four sub­urbs in the Golden Grove de­vel­op­ments, Wynn Vale is prob­a­bly the one with the most pres­tige.

‘‘Foulis Court is not a big street and it’s got very high-qual­ity homes. Most homes in the street are fetch­ing well over $400,000.’’

Mr Daken says Wynn Vale of­fers an ideal environment for a fam­ily.

Se­cure: Mal­colm and An­nette Kenny with their daugh­ter Am­ber at their Wynn Vale home.

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