Coastal gem hits 1,000 mark

June 2014


Family business owners Cristina and Dave Nutt are among the 1,000 homebuyers who’ve now found a new coastal lifestyle at Burns Beach – and they’ve brought with them their three teenagers, 125-pound Rottweiler and 400 plants!
 
“One of the main reasons we moved to Burns Beach was being able to walk to the parks and beach after a busy week,” said Cristina.  “We can go to the coffee shop and relax or walk along the foreshore. It’s refreshing and gives us a chance to decompress.”
 
The phone rings constantly for the second homebuyers who run a round-the-clock mobile auto glazing business.  For this busy couple, their new Burns Beach community is for business and pleasure.
 
“I like to go for walks after dinner with Dave and discuss our days and plan for the week. It’s a little like a meeting but we need it – especially if it’s been a hard day.”
 
The couple lives on a large, 677sqm block in a four-by-two home which includes a study, a kids’ activity area, alfresco and pool area. The additional space in the back yard has given the Cristina the space to do what she loves most – tend to her garden!
 
“I love my garden. It’s my version of stress relief and I get so much satisfaction out of it – especially if I can grow fruits and vegetables to cook and eat.
 
“I moved all 400 plants from my Kinross home into our rental in Clarkson, and then shifted them again to Burns Beach.
 
“We have tomatoes, capsicum, broccoli, cauliflower, and carrots – there’s nothing nicer than a sandwich with home grown tomatoes.  I also have a fig tree that we’ve been eating off the last few months. Delicious!”
 
Peet Limited Managing Director and CEO Brendan Gore said Burns Beach had been carefully designed to maximise its attractive coastal location with boardwalks, footpaths, networked bikeways and bushland reserves.
 
“Burns Beach is a very special location with a rich history and it captures the very best of living in Perth,” he said.
 
“All homes are close to the beach and the very popular foreshore reserve.  There are 12 landscaped parks planned for Burns Beach and seven have already been completed.”
 
Burns Beach offers a wide choice of home options, from $395,000 cottage blocks through to million-dollar beachfront properties. Available homesites range in size from 336sqm to 859sqm, with the average price of $514,928.
 
All new homesites will attract Peet’s New Home Bonus, which includes a free consultation with a landscape designer, front landscaping, rear and side fencing, and access to fibre-optic networking.
 
To help buyers plan their new home, the Burns Beach Display Village features 20 of the latest designs. These include a mix of single and double storey home options suitable for varied sized coastal homesites.
 
For more details, contact Peet Sales Representative Gail Fischer on 08 9322 6734 or visit the Land Sales Centre located on Grand Ocean Entrance, off Marmion Avenue.
 
Alternatively, register your interest online at burnsbeachestate.com.au to be first to know about new land releases, community events and estate news at this premium coastal community.