First land released at OneOneFive Hamilton Hill

One of Perth’s most innovative residential land developments is now on the market, with the release of 24 lots at OneOneFive Hamilton Hill.

Created on the site of the former 11.9ha Hamilton Hill Senior High School, OneOneFive Hamilton Hill is a future-looking development embracing the highest levels of sustainability.

Stage one is now on sale, with the completed lots ranging from 250sqm to 578sqm, starting from $243,000.

Mr Frank Marra DevelopmentWA Chief Executive said OneOneFive Hamilton Hill is an outstanding showcase of cutting-edge, award-winning sustainable design and will be a very popular release with homebuyers.

“It will feature initiatives that reduce energy consumption, save water and reuse materials, and will provide a diverse range of home sites that will suit people at all stages of life,” Mr Marra said.

“The development has also been awarded the maximum six Leaves by the Urban Development Institute of Australia for their Enviro-development program and is a Water Corporation Waterwise Gold accredited project.” Mr Marra said.

“It also recently received the Waste Authorities’ Waste Sorted Award for 2021 Waste Initiative of the Year.”

“The estate will achieve net zero energy and demonstrate innovative construction methods, water sensitive urban design and restorative landscaping to address the impacts of urban heat and climate change.”

Mr Marra said significant savings in energy consumption have already been achieved with 96 per cent (by weight) of all demolition waste reused and recycled and 86 per cent of the recovered resources processed onsite and used in landscaping and civil works. 

“OneOneFive will provide elevated lots with ocean or treetop views and over 17% public open space, with green corridors created through the retention of a third of all mature trees, as well as the addition of 350 new plantings.”

“Public open spaces have already been established plus further nature play, grassed areas, barbecues and cycle paths will be completed later in the year. The estate’s rich educational and Indigenous heritage will be celebrated through street names, public art, and built form.”

The estate will eventually include land for more than 300 new homes, including residential family homesites, town homes, grouped housing and 125sqm compact lots. Ultimately, 800 people will call the estate home.

The estate is close to Cockburn and Fremantle activity areas, CY O’Connor beach, Manning Park, Murdoch University, as well as convenient transport links.