Heritage protected real estate agency to have new life as ECEC facility in Armadale

Heritage protected real estate agency to have new life as ECEC facility in Armadale

by Freya Lucas

January 28, 2021

A heritage protected property, used as a Ray White real estate agency for the past decade, will have a new lease on life after being sold to a developer who plans to use the site as an early childhood education and care (ECEC) facility. 

 

The property is near the South Western and Albany highway intersection, and opposite a Perth Hills Visitor Centre in the suburb of Armadale, and was trading for $865,000, ex-GST. 

 

A 1950s era 275 sqm home, 36 Jull Street is a 2,322 sqm elevated site located next to a bulky goods showroom tenanted to Harvey Norman, Red Dot and Supercheap Auto.

 

Selling agent Josh Sumner said that the property had attracted a lot of attention from developers, and that a “childcare use” has been approved for the site, with the developer retaining the heritage building along with “most of the trees” – a point of difference compared with other services in the area.

 

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