20 January 2019   

2 mins read
Perth’s north eastern suburb, Brabham, was among the top 10 Perth suburbs to have achieved the largest increase in median house price in 2018, according to the latest reiwa.com data.

 "Brabham experienced substantial growth last year, with it's median increasing 31.8 per cent." said REIWA President, Damian Collins.


The suburb’s popularity is fuelled by growing infrastructure and government investment in the area. The $1 billion Northlink road project is set to transform the region and the planned Metronet train line will reduce commute times and ease road congestion.

The State Government recently announced construction of Brabham Primary School will commence in 2019.

The sense of community spirit is what attracted homebuyer Alpeshkumar Pindoriya to Whiteman Edge, where he has purchased a block. 
The Brabham local said his brother-in-law and several friends had already built their dream homes within the community and found the neighbourhood to be inclusive, supportive and family-friendly. 
“Whiteman Edge offers such a welcoming environment that it makes you feel like your neighbours aren’t just the people next door, but friends,” Mr Pindoriya said. 
“Excellent amenities such as the Jungle Park help strengthen those community bonds as it’s such a magnet for so many residents, allowing you to meet the locals and build new relationships. 

Stockland’s Whiteman Edge is perfectly placed between the city, the Swan Valley and neighbouring Whiteman Park. With house and land from $299,900*, it's the perfect place to build a bright future.


 >> REIWA Data

>> Explore Home & Land


* Prices correct at 21 January 2019

Stockland is committed to ensuring our residents have plenty of opportunities to meet their neighbours and make new friends through a range of regular events and activities as well as outdoor parks and amenity carefully designed to bring the community together - Col Dutton, Stockland General Manager WA