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Opposite Lake Karrinyup Country Club
A choice of quality lots remain but hurry – they are selling fast. With earthworks and construction now completed, a new flock of buyers looking for quality land close to the city are taking keen interest.
Make your move now - these last remaining lots won’t last. Close to the city and surrounded by a tranquil nature reserve and landscaped parks, this must be Perth’s rarest earth.
When choosing the name for this exciting new development, the developers’ looked to the local history of the area. The land near Lake Gwelup was first granted to a settler named Thomas Mews in 1831 (when the fledgling colony was just 2 years old). Born in 1795, Thomas William Mews was a originally a shipbuilder from Hampshire, England. He arrived in the Swan River colony in 1830. Accompanied by his wife Mary and their 4 children, they originally settled in Mt Eliza near the Old Swan Brewery. When they arrived, he boasted a horse, livestock, tools of trade, food and household furniture. The total valuation of these items was £450 7s 2½d and this entitled him to a sizable land allocation, including the land we now call Thomas Mews Lakes Estate.