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A well presented residence, superbly located in one of Lesmurdie's most desirable precincts.
This stylish home in a whisper quiet position will appeal to those wanting space, privacy and atmosphere.
Just some of the attributes of this...
Conveniently located home located in popular Lesmurdie is available to move right into for the right person is that YOU!
First Home Open Thursday 22nd January 4.30 - 4.45pm
This property has plenty of space inside and out. Complete with...
A two storey home that will impress in a superb location. The home is constructed of a combination of brick, timber and iron.
Once you enter the home the Spiral staircase takes you to the upstairs level and you are hit with sunken open plan...
Stunning views from this completely renovated 3 x 1 house. Polished floorboards throughout, new kitchen with gas cook top. Huge new bathroom and new laundry. The 2 main bedrooms are a good size and the master bedroom has plenty of built in robe...
A hidden gem with running creek through the property. This is a neat and tidy 4 x 2 with so many features, not least of which is the gardens and grounds surrounding this spacious home !The kitchen boasts electric cook top and oven, ceiling...
5 generous bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, plus study within minutes to schools, shops and transport.
* Open plan livinig
* Bright and spacious
* Ducted reverse cycle air con,
* Dble remote lock up garage
* Tasmanian Oak floorboards
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Like Kalamunda, the development of the "Lesmurdie" area is closely tied to the exploitation of the Jarrah forest in the region by the Canning Jarrah Timber Company Ltd. In 1897, Mr Archibald Sanderson, a Perth journalist commenced the acquisition of a...
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