It is a refreshing area where local attractions, meet practicality, highlighting a family-friendly lifestyle at its core.
Just 18 km from Perth CBD, it offers luxury coastal lifestyle at a price point to welcome families.
When looking at the drawcards of Hillarys, Award-winning Agent, Aaron Green stated, “Arguably the most notable features of Hillarys has to be its opportunity for family living with parks, walks and shops all in close proximity.
Some of the family favourites would have to include Broadbeach Park boasting a gorgeous lake with black swans and ducks gliding on its tranquil water, with pretty pathways to walk and scoot on. Another crowd-pleaser would have to be Mawson Park, with multiple play areas, nature park, walkways and lake to choose from.
Many families are also looking to the area for its top-rated school options, which include St Marks, Sacred Heart and St Stephens to name a few. With the recent renovation of Westfield Witfords also just around the corner it gives the area everything a growing family could ever want.
The style of homes on offer is another attraction to the area, the homes bursting with street appeal and that coastal vibe, timeless for generations to come. ”
Hillarys is one of the most sought after suburbs in Perth, with Indian Ocean views, family-friendly properties and an abundance of parks and cafes, Aaron always has more buyers than sellers which results in outstanding outcomes for his clients.
If you are thinking of selling in the suburb, Aaron’s top tips are, “Open up space, declutter and showcase lifestyle, open windows and let the sea breeze in. Clients that are looking at buying in the area are after flexible family living. Showcase how you have created those family memories and how they too can create a lifestyle here.”
“This year we have seen an increase in early decision making ahead of the traditional spring flurry. This tells us that people have evaluated and made decisions based on lifestyle and work/life balance. The beauty of this beautiful WA state is we have so much coast to enjoy and why wouldn’t you want to live there?