Como

Como is an established suburb bound to the west by the Canning and Swan Rivers and to its North by the suburb of South Perth. To its East is Curtin University.
 
Just 5km from the city and on the shores of the Swan River, Como is a sort after suburb with mature tree lined streets. It is a hot-spot for solo cityworkers, students and is also as a great place to bring up a family. A diverse range of housing options ranging from brick-and-tile mid-century family homes, contemporary multi-level residences, villas and apartments provide many options for home owners and investors a like.
 
Como is by no means an inner city jungle; parks and reserves are a dominant aspect of the Como landscape. One of Como’s most notable features is the international standard 27 hole Collier Park Golf Course. South Perth tennis club is also a Como institution. There are many parks and reserves within the Como area offering a fantastic green and spacious feel to an area which attimes makes it hard to believe you are so close to the city.
 
The Como Hotel is a popular bar, café and restaurant in the suburb and a recognisable fixture of Canning Highway. There are many options for eating, shopping and enjoying the café lifestyle in Como. Preston Street Shopping district is most notable offering a collection of cafes and boutique shops. The historic Cygnet Theatre is also in this precinct.
 
There are multiple other places to eat and relax throughout the suburb. As Como shares its border with South Perth and being so close to the city your options are only limited by the time you have to explore. Local schools include Collier Primary, Como Primary, the estimable Penrhos College private girls’ school and the public Como Secondary College.
 
Public transport options include multiple bus routes throughout the suburb providing direct access into the city and to Curtin University. The bus and train station located at Canning Bridge crossover on the Kwinana Freeway offers a quick dash into the city.
 
Part of the City of South Perth's municipality, Como experienced its most significant development during the 1950s and 1960s, with gradual growth since the early 1990s as new dwellings were added to the area. Como offers a fantastic lifestyle and has always been a suburb of choice for astute investors, most of all it is a great place to call home.
 
Your local property consultant Anthony Cheney is an expert on everything Como. For a chat or complimentary appraisal feel free to call Anthony on 9451 8151 (24/7)
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