The Glades is set in a picturesque natural landscape at the foot of the scenic Darling Scarp, little over half an hour from the city of Perth and minutes away from Byford, recently voted one of Australia’s most family friendly towns.
It’s an enviable location within 370 hectares of natural Australian landscape, offering an abundance of space and connection to the local environment, yet still with all the conveniences of modern life.
The nearby Tonkin Highway provides fast access to Perth Airport and major roads such as Roe, Leach and Great Eastern Highways. The Kwinana Freeway is fifteen minutes away, linking the region with Perth city in the north and Mandurah to the south.
Closer to home, the town of Byford is an established and welcoming community with schools, shops and medical facilities, as well as sporting and other groups. As well, it’s just a short drive to the tourist drawcard of the Serpentine Valley, with delightful cafes and restaurants, wineries and art galleries. For a touch of tranquillity, there’s the Serpentine National Park and waterfall, with plenty of picnic areas, bushwalks and gorgeous spring wildflowers.
Check out more about the Serpentine Valley here.
At The Glades, you’re never far from the amenities and services you’ll need. Within the estate there’s a new district high school, Byford Secondary College that caters for Years 7-10 and offer up to Year 12 by 2018. There’s also the private Catholic school, Salvado College that currently goes from K-Year 2 but will offer a full K-12 education over coming years. Woodland Grove Primary School (public) is now open.
The Strand Cafe in the village centre is a popular meeting place for residents. The brand new Lakeside Plaza Shopping Centre is NOW OPEN and features the Lakeside Fresh IGA, major medical precinct, and more than 15 speciality shops ranging from gourmet and fresh food, to beauty and fashion services.
Byford is just minutes away, with schools, childcare centres, shops, medical facilities and other essential services as well as numerous sporting and social groups. There’s an IGA supermarket and a brand new Coles and other speciality stores now open.
Sixty hectares of The Glades is natural bush and landscaped parkland, with walking trails and cycle paths as well as playgrounds and fitness stations featuring the latest in outdoor gym equipment.
Learn more about your new suburb:
www.reiwa.com for property values and demographics about Byford.
www.det.wa.edu.au/education for information on state schools in the local Byford area.
www.privateschoolsdirectory.com.au/perth-schools.php for information on private schools in the Byford area.
http://www.sjshire.wa.gov.au Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale has information on all council services for The Glades and Byford.