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This large 4x2x2 home was built in 2009 and sits on 510m2, close to Park in the heart of Butler. This home would suit investors, downsizers and first home buyers alike.
- Master bedroom with WIR & Ensuite
- Bedroom 2, 3 & 4 with BIR recess
- Formal Lounge
- Large open plan Kitchen, 900ml Electric Oven and gas stove top, with a lot of bench space
- Combined open plan Kitchen/Dining/Family with access to backyard
- Family Bathroom
- Large back yard space to put an Alfresco on
- Established gardens with retic in front and back yard
- Double Carport with roller door to back yard
- Enclosed Back Yard with large playground equipment
MORE FEATURES FOR VERY EASY LIVING!
- Freshly painted
- Roller Shutters
- New Flooring to main living areas
Butler is an outer suburb of Perth, Western Australia, located 41 kilometres north of Perth's central business district. It is part of the City of Wanneroo local government area. It forms the majority of the Brighton Estate, a large commercial and residential development by Satterley.
Butler was established by the Department of Planning as a "district centre" in their Directions 2031 urban expansion plan, highlighting it as a centre for commercial activity and public services, secondary to the nearby town centres of Clarkson and Alkimos.
Kingsbridge Boulevard, one of the core distributor roads through Butler, contains a strip of shops, banks and public services, as well as a large Coles supermarket, providing for the suburb's major shopping needs. Along this stretch is also a pub, The Cornerstone Tavern, opened in 2010, which provides nightlife and entertainment functions for the whole area from Butler to Jindalee. Most of Butler's amenities are located at the western edge of the area, adjacent to Marmion Avenue, while eastern Butler remains strictly residential in character.
Butler contains several parks in various places throughout the area, including a strip of parkland running all the way down Kingsbridge Boulevard. The Butler Community Centre is located in south Butler.
Butler contains two state K-6 primary schools, Butler Primary School and East Butler Primary School. Senior Butler students from Year 7 onwards attend Butler College.
Butler students also have the option of Christian education. Brighton Catholic Primary School serves students from K-7, while the large Irene McCormack Catholic College accommodates Years 7-12. Both schools are privately funded.
Marmion Avenue is the only arterial road connecting Butler to the rest of metropolitan Perth, as well as the far outer suburb of Yanchep in the north. Connolly Drive also terminates at Butler, and runs parallel to Marmion Avenue into Clarkson, Kinross and Currambine. The Mitchell Freeway extension to Butler is in the planning stages.
The Butler railway station on the Joondalup line was opened in 2014 in northern Butler and is currently the terminus of the line. This station provides a rail link to Joondalup and onwards to Perth and Mandurah. Butler station is also served by six bus routes, three of which run south through Butler to terminate at Clarkson station.