Stockland has commenced work on the first stage of the future Calleya Town Centre, located at the heart of its highly sought after Calleya community in Treeby, 23 kilometres from the Perth CBD.
The first stage will include an architecturally designed Nido Early School for 96 children covering babies to children of 5 years and offering the highly recognised Reggio Emilio approach to learning.
Stockland will also develop a café and town square in this first stage to offer residents a new place to meet and greet. Civil works are underway now with construction expected to be complete before mid-2019.
Andrew Wallis, Senior Development Manager at Stockland, said: “We are excited to start work on the initial stages of the Calleya Town Centre, providing greater community convenience for our current and future residents.
“In the future we look forward to expanding the retail offering to service the future growth of the community, providing not just a place to shop; but a place for friends and family to meet, eat and socialise together, truly enhancing residents’ daily lives.”
“We will share more information with the community when available.”
Centrally located on the corner of Clementine Boulevard and Mudstone Road, the future town centre will be close to the nearby Cockburn Central train station. The centre will also be directly adjacent the new sports field, which in the future will include a community centre and clubhouse.
Stockland’s 145 hectare Calleya masterplanned community features a range of homes for first home buyers, downsizers, upgraders and retirees, as well as an array of local amenity including, Trampoline Park, Dog Adventure Playground and a BMX Track Park, with plans for a community garden to open in 2019.
Stockland offers a range of house and land options, with lots ranging in size from 187 square metres to 510 square metres. Stockland’s new architecturally designed terrace homes offer a turn-key alternative, with low-maintenance courtyards and are located within walking distance to the planned town centre.
The new Aspire by Stockland development for people over 55*, located across the road from the new town centre is currently under construction with stage 1, comprising 25 units now complete. Upon completion, the community will feature 144 modern, low-maintenance homes, with high quality facilities exclusive to residents, including a clubhouse and outdoor pool.
Andrew Wallis continues, “At Calleya, we are committed to helping more Western Australians move into their own homes by creating a diverse range of liveable and affordable housing options close to transport, parks and future retail.”
Calleya is 145 hectare masterplanned community located 23 kilometres from Perth and only 1.8km from Cockburn Central Train Station, which is four stops to the CBD. There are also a number of existing bus stops nearby on Armadale Road.
The community is also close to the Cockburn Gateway regional shopping centre, Cockburn Aquatic Centre, Murdoch University, key employment centres, medical precincts and local schools. Calleya features a Trampoline Park, Tower Park, a Dog Adventure Playground, Café and BMX Track Park.. Stockland has also introduced free outdoor fitness sessions each Monday to Friday during school terms and a free 5km Park Run each Saturday morning.
In response to outstanding sustainability initiatives, the project was recently awarded a 6 Star Green Star – Communities rating by the Green Building Council of Australia.
Calleya is well regarded as an affordable community with land starting from $247,000 (262 square metres), townhomes starting from $429,000 (2 bed, 2 bath, 1 car) and Aspire homes starting from $474,000 (3 bed, 1 study, 2 bath, 2 car).