Taylor Private Estate in Caversham is continuing to show strong sales across a range of home sites according to Darren Meakins, selling agent. The range of established facilities now on offer in Caversham is lacking in many surrounding areas and shows the level of maturity this estate has. “As we talk to people, it’s become apparent the facilities give new homebuyers confidence that everything is already in place”, he said.

“Completed recently is the centrally located William Henry Oval on Suffolk St; the turfed oval will be the centrepiece of the parkland, which includes AFL goal posts at either end and a cricket wicket in the middle. Shade structures in the north-western corner of the site provide sheltered spectator viewing and to the east, substantial landscaping has been undertaken to enhance an existing stream. The landscaped areas include additional seating and provide a great opportunity for walking.

The new playing field and surrounds have been developed in conjunction with the changeroom and kiosk facilities included in the brand-new Caversham Community Centre that looks out onto William Henry Oval from the north. Due to open in the second half of 2017, this fantastic new City of Swan facility will provide even more opportunity for the Caversham community to come together” he said.

On the back of such investment in the area, there continues to be good levels of enquiry for new home sites. Diversity in lot size and shape has been key to the success of the Stage 9A and 9C release at Taylor Private Estate where a third of available lots have already sold and titles are expected in August 2017.

Lot sizes range from 416m2 to 2,354m2, with prices starting as low as $309,000. The home sites are located on Redondo Street and Martinich Drive, just a short walk from the village centre, where the existing shopping centre will ultimately be expanded to include planned medical facilities and a gym.

“We’re excited by all the new facilities recently completed in the area, it really does allow people to see how they can enjoy life in Caversham. They can see how close we are to the Swan Valley and the lifestyle they’ll enjoy, but they also realise they have instant and easy access to shops, parks and even a child care centre.”  Mr Meakins added that construction of the local child care centre, ‘Nido Early School’, is now complete and residents can now register their children to attend. Providing for children from 6 weeks to school age, it was just another part of the positive picture at Caversham.

For more information on Stage 9 or other home sites available, contact selling agent Darren Meakins on 0420 102 359, visit or call in to the Taylor Private Estate Sales & Information Office at the corner Arthur Street and Castella Drive, Caversham.