LJ Hooker City Residential is located in the heart of the vibrant East Perth cafe strip.
Development of the "New East Perth" began just fifteen years ago and what was once a derelict industrial area has been transformed into one of the most sought after locations in Perth. $17.5 million was spent upgrading what was formerly the old Gas Works site and the first residential land was released for sale on Constitution Hill in 1994.
The architecture is innovative and colourful and has given a real "Mediterranean" feel to the area. From the historical East Perth Cemetery in Wittenoom Street to the $100 million dollar Majestic Quay development on the South Cove. The development has embraced the new, whilst still retaining the best features of the old. The history of the area is fascinating and can be explored through many fine Public Artworks displayed throughout the development.
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With most of the residential lots around the 200 spm size, care was taken to incorporate plenty of recreational areas in the New East Perth. Leave the car at home and take a stroll to Haig Park with its barbeques, attractive fountain and seating which provides a restful area.
The beautiful Victoria Gardens are the location for both the April Claisebrook Carnival and the December Picnic in the Park, from here you have access to the magnificent Swan River.
The Claisebrook Inlet, known widely as "The Cove" is the jewel in the crown and is the focus area for many of the community’s functions. One of the best times to view this area is when the sun is going down. The view in the early evening across The Cove to the beautiful Perth City is magical.
Royal Street is where your shopping is done in East Perth. It boasts everything from cafes to travel agents and much more.
Construction is also well underway on the Fini Group’s five star waterfront hotel and luxury residential appartment complex. Majestic Quay includes a cafe and shops, construction for this has now been completed, the hotel complex is due for completion by Christmas 2001.
One of the great advantages of living and working in East Perth is its proximity to the City of Perth and the easy access to all other suburban areas.
A network of riverside footpaths and cycle-ways link the foreshore with the Claisebrook Cove and extends into residential and commercial precincts, offering a healthy transport alternative.
Travelling is made easy with the free "Cat" bus service running in the East Perth area, which travels to and from the Central Business District of Perth.
The new Graham Farmer Freeway is now open, making your journey even easier. With the City Northern Bypass now linking Great Northern Highway and Orrong Road in Rivervale via the Northbridge Tunnel to the Mitchell Freeway in Leederville.
Local train services operate from both Claisebrook and McIver stations. The Indian Pacific also operates from the East Perth depot taking passengers to and from the Eastern States.
Our office is an active participant of the Annual Claisebrook Carnival, organised by the Rotary Club of East Perth and is held in April each year. We supply marquees and have Mr Hooker Bear in attendance.
Our fundraising efforts continue throughout the year with the L.J. Hooker East Perth Cup in July.
L.J. Hooker East Perth is committed to the local community. If there is anything we can do to assist in any way with local events we are more than happy to oblige.
Pre-school facilities in the East Perth area include:
East Perth Juniors Pre-School
(08) 9221 3456
Gloucester Park Pre-School
(08) 9325 6662
There are no Primary Schools listed in East Perth, but schools are located in adjoining suburbs.
Secondary schools in the East Perth area include:
Mount Lawley Senior High School
(08) 9272 1311
Mercedes College for Girls (Founded 1846)
(08) 9325 3205.
(08) 9325 3655.
The nearest tertiary facility is:
Central Metropolitan College of TAFE
Perth Oval is the home of East Perth Football Club.
Burswood Resort has a world class golf course and is also home to the Hopmann Cup, the renowned tennis tournament.
Gloucester Park is regarded as the most beautiful trotting ground in the Southern Hemisphere and one of the best in the world.
Belmont Racecourse, WA’s racing headquarters is just a short distance away.
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