Leteesha and her family recently finished building and moved into their brand new family home in Atlantis Beach, Two Rocks.
Having grown up in Scarborough and Karrinyup, Leteesha knew that she wanted her children to have the same wonderful experiences throughout their childhood that come with living near the beach. Also, she wanted her future to continue to be filled with further exploration of the coastline and the beauty of living just a short walk away from some of WA’s most stunning shores.
Leteesha and her partner, along with their three little children, were ready to set down roots, escape the rental cycles and own a coastal home of their own.
Leteesha’s mother had explored the option of downsizing and moving to Atlantis Beach herself. Once she had seen the area, the excellent options available and experienced how helpful the Atlantis team was, she recommended her daughter check it out as well.
So, Leteesha and her partner drove up the coast to check out what would be their new neighbourhood. When reflecting on this time, Leteesha said, “When we came up here, it was sort of a no brainer – we were going for it.”
Their new block is located right across the road from one of Two Rocks lovely parks with an adventure playground, which is ideal for the littles ones and a great place to get to know and spend time with the neighbours. Alongside this, their new home is located just a few minutes away from excellent schools for when the kids are a bit older, such as Two Rocks Primary and Atlantis Beach Baptist College.
One of Leteesha’s favourite parts of living at Atlantis Beach is the close-knit community. She described Atlantis Beach as: “Such a lovely family and community area, the old school type of community, everyone says hello, you know the locals, you go down to IGA, and people know you by first name.”
When it comes to Atlantis Beach, the secret is out. Leteesha has been recommending the area to all of her friends, and a few have already started the building process. With the opportunity for coastal living and to join a friendly community for as little as $135,000, could you blame them?