Property value increases in Burns Beach have tracked just higher than the WA average of 10.27% over the last 12 months.
The five-year average increase in median property values for Burns Beach,6028 has given property investors a potential capital gain of -3.56% across each of those five years.
LACK OF BUYER INTEREST may well be the reason that Burns Beach is offering property investors an average of -5.04. This rate of discount on properties puts Suburb at number 252th in terms of most discounted suburbs in WA
Residents and property investors in Burns Beach have been waiting around 54.0759 days to sell a property.
The WA suburb of Burns Beach, 6028 is in the Joondalup (C) local government area.
About 34kms north of Perth's CBD at the northern fringe of the City of Joondalup, Burns Beach is a new affluent suburb. In early 2006 clearing and road widening were undertaken to facilitate the construction and much building is still underway on the northern end of the Burns Beach Estate. Despite the development of the area, the suburb has managed to maintain much of its original character as a small coastal village with its local cafe and restaurant (Burns Beach Cafe and Restaurant), a picnic area with barbecues and toilets, the original caravan park still in operation, and the end of the coastal nature walk extending from Fremantle.
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Burns Beach offers residents the best of worlds: the relaxed lifestyle of an ocean-side community and all the convenience of nearby amenities. It’s new, beautifully landscaped with a network of bike and walking paths leading down to the beach yet relatively close to several shopping centres, sporting clubs, restaurants and the Joondalup hospital.
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The Peet’s Burns Beach Estate is still mid-way through its 1500 home site development. Land or house and land packages are still available. The majority of houses being built are 4x2’s sophisticated and modern design single and double storey homes.
New residential development is changing the area every day. A community centre and school is expected to be built as part of the development in the coming years, as well as two commercially zoned sites within the suburb.
Burns Beach is well serviced by public transport, including the 470 and 471 Transperth bus routes to and from Joondalup and the Currambine Train Station. Commuting to the city is easy with Burns Beach Road providing direct access to Mitchell Freeway.
Burns Beach is bounded by the ocean to the west, Marmion Avenue to the east and Burns Beach Road to the south. Tamala Park, a bushland buffer to the north, separates Burns Beach and Kinross from the Mindarie-Clarkson urban region.