Woodville West, nestled halfway between Adelaide City and the Port, forms part of the historic City of Charles Sturt. Now settled into the suburb of Woodville West is The Square, a contemporary housing development with future thinking and history of the area incorporated within the design.
Did you know that Semaphore Park was once called Beaumont?
The Square uses previous suburb names for the properties used in Stage 2. As well as Beaumont, there’s The Kingston (a suburb now called Seaton), The York (now Beverly), Finsbury (now Woodville North), The Lancaster (now Allenby Gardens), Northcote (now Tennyson), Franklin (now Cheltenham) and Mellor Cottage (now Semaphore Park too).
The traditional custodians of the land where the City of Charles Sturt now sit, is the Kuarna people. The Council has collected and shared a great deal of information about the fascinating living Kaurna cultural landscape, and has an ongoing commitment to improving Kaurna recognition and inclusion in the community.
A Captivating And Contemporary Community
The Square at Woodville West was created as a ‘community for all’. This has been achieved by devoting land to open green areas, along with a diverse mix of new properties, apartments and existing land for sale.
Each of the new home designs showcases the latest thinking in urban architecture, while staying true to the character of Woodville West.
The Square has become instantly recognisable by South Australians as an innovative and sustainable community, developed for the future and reflecting the best of the west’s rich past.