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Located 5 kilometres from Perth, Inglewood has 24 properties and houses for sale across its 3 square kilometres. Inglewood has an annual growth rate of 11.5% with a median house price of $881,000.
Boasting a population of approximately 5,674, the area has experienced a one-year growth rate of 11.5%. With residents paying a median monthly mortgage repayment of $2,167, Inglewood’s population has a median age of 38 years.
Popular amongst individuals, couples and families, Inglewood is conveniently located near shops and local schools including Inglewood Primary School, St Peter's Primary School and, is serviced by Maylands train station and Bus Service to Perth CDB.
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Inglewood is an inner-northern suburb of Perth with a rich history and heritage. Home to more than 5,500 people across three square kilometres, present-day Inglewood is influenced by the charm of its past. Established in 1831, the bulk of Inglewood's landscape stems from its two distinct growth periods, 1904 to 1920 and 1935 to 1940, with renovation and restoration returning the pre-war vintage homes to their former glory.
The lifestyle in Inglewood is one of charm and convenience. Its beautifully old-fashioned suburban landscape is unique, yet its proximity to major urban inner-city hubs ensures modern conveniences and requirements are met. Inglewood's main commercial area is located on Beaufort Street and features retail facilities, cafes, a library, recreation centre and amenities. There is also an aquatic centre, golf course, facilities for tennis and soccer, a major park and a local primary school within the area.
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