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66/23 Junction Boulevard, Cockburn Central WA 6164

Listed price: Mid to High $300,000's Sold: 10 Jun 2024
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  • 1 Bedroom
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 1 Car
  • Landsize 86m2
Apartment
66/23 Junction Boulevard, Cockburn Central WA 6164

Central Location Apartment

Nestled in the heart of Cockburn Central and perched on the top floor, this well presented 1 bedroom apartment is centrally located in Town Square, with its cafes, restaurants, water play and grassed area.

Only a few steps away from the Cockburn Central train station and bus routes, this low maintenance 'lock up and leave' apartment is walking distance to cafes, restaurants, gymnasiums, salons and Gateways Shopping Centre. This is a perfect buying opportunity for a first time buyer, a downsizer or an astute investor taking advantage of the booming rental market.

Features include:
- Well sized master bedroom with built-in robe
- Ensuite bathroom with vanity, shower, toilet
- Internal laundry
- Open plan kitchen/living leading to balcony
- Kitchen with electric cooktop and oven, overhead cupboards and breakfast bar
- Balcony
- Reverse cycle air-conditioning
- Freshly painted and new carpets
- Intercom system
- Store room
- 1 car bay in secure garage
- Elevator

This apartment is part of the award-winning Luxe, which was the fourth apartment complex completed by Frasers Property in Cockburn Central. Featuring outdoor gymnasium, architecturally designed swimming pool, elevated decking and barbecue area, these apartments offer an appealing blend of high specification finishes, sleek design elements and wide private balconies.

Cockburn Central provides fast, easy access to its surroundings:
- The Kwinana Freeway, running north-south along Cockburn Central's eastern boundary, takes you north to Perth or south to Mandurah and beyond.
- Bus routes servicing surrounding suburbs feed into Cockburn Central railway station on the Perth to Mandurah line, where trains offer a straight run to the CBD, less than 20 minutes away, and only one-stop to Fiona Stanley Hospital.
- Plus, with the upcoming Thornlie-Cockburn Link late 2024, southern suburbs' residents will be able to catch the train to Optus Stadium and Crown Resort in Burswood without needing to transfer through the Perth CBD.
- A convenient east-west link along Beeliar Drive takes you to the coast and the new bridge built over Kwinana Freeway connecting Armadale and North Lake roads creates an effective bypass around Cockburn Central Station and Gateway shopping centre.

Cockburn Central is one of the fastest growing communities south of the Perth CBD:
- Offering a wide range of restaurants, shops, and established businesses. You'll also find Cockburn Library, Cockburn Youth Centre, medical centres, etc.
- And so much more already on your door step or coming soon! The Cockburn ARC and Football Club, Gateway Shopping Centre 1b dollar upcoming expansion, proposed Surf Park, etc.


DISCLAIMER: The information contained in this description is not based on any independent enquiries or knowledge of the agents, and the vendor & agents expressly disclaim any liability arising therefrom. The accuracy of the information cannot be guaranteed, and prospective purchasers should make their own judgment as to these matters.

Property features

  • Garages 1
  • Toilets 1
  • Floor area 59m2

Property snapshot by reiwa.com

This property at 66/23 Junction Boulevard, Cockburn Central is a one bedroom, one bathroom apartment sold by Virginie Delame at Professionals Property Executives on 10 Jun 2024.

Looking to buy a similar property in the area? View other one bedroom properties for sale in Cockburn Central or see other recently sold properties in Cockburn Central.

Cost breakdown

  • Council rates: $1,685 / year
  • Water rates: $1,001 / year
  • Strata fees: $891 / quarter

Nearby schools

1.5km
Atwell Primary School
  • Primary
  • Government
1.6km
Havenport Msl College
  • Combined
  • Non-government
1.6km
Emmanuel Catholic College
  • Secondary
  • Non-government
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Cockburn Central overview

Cockburn Central is the urban hub of the City of Cockburn. Relatively new and still expanding, the area has seen rapid growth in recent years and is primarily used for industrial and commercial purposes.

Life in Cockburn Central

The Cockburn Gateway Shopping Centre precinct is the central fixture of Cockburn Central. The busy establishment has a plethora of shops, amenities, cafes, eateries and exercise facilities. It is also home to the award-winning Gate Bar and Bistro, which is a very popular establishment within Cockburn. Across the road from this precinct is the Cockburn Central Railway Station, which connects to the Mandurah train line and offers easy and convenient access into Perth City.

Cockburn Central quick stats

High end $705k
Median $635k
Low end $610k
3.7 %
Annual growth
$635k
Annual median sales price
$790pw
Annual median rental price

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The average number of selling days in Cockburn Central is 5 days.

66/23 Junction Boulevard, Cockburn Central was sold by Virginie Delame at Professionals Property Executives.

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The median house price in Cockburn Central is $634,500, the median unit price is $405,000.
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