Demand for the coveted Willetton SHS continues to rise

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The sought-after Willetton Senior High School that’s in the well-established suburb of the same name, has seen further enrolment growth this year and it’s having an impact on the housing market in the area.

With a record number of student enrolments in a range of Perth’s finest public schools, house prices are being driven up in popular school zones where the schools are situated. It’s no surprise that people want to live beside these excellent education facilities, perfect for young and expectant families.

These recent statistics further cement Willetton Senior High School as one of the most desirable public schools. The lovely Willetton area which is well known for the prestigious high school, its family friendly environment and its abundance of local facilities, is not traditionally an affordable location.

The increased demand for homes in the Willetton SHS catchment area, is fast adding to the average house price. As well as this, the upward trend is unlikely to slow down any time soon as the proximity to high quality public schools remains an important factor in home buyers’ purchase decisions.

With houses prices on the rise, it’s becoming ever more difficult to secure affordable property in this popular location. Nicheliving however, continue to offer brand new luxury homes, in this desirable area, for a price well below the suburb average.

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Our Willetton Stage 1 is already SOLD OUT and stage two is SELLING FAST! Chat to our friendly property advisors on 08 9483 0000 to secure your own home in one of Perth’s most desirable areas!

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Source: The West

 

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