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Listing No: 3350301

36 Rhodes Street Sth Kalgoorlie, Kalgoorlie WA 6430

Sold: 04 Jun 2014 SOLD

Listed Price: $319,000

Property Snapshot
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 2
Car Spaces 2
Land Area 842m2

This ones got the lot, even the Granny flat AND po

This Spacious three bedroom, one bathroom home is about to tick all your boxes!!
Inside we have a great open plan kitchen with sunken dining room, cosy lounge room, three good size bedrooms, two of which have walk in robes and four reverse cycle air conditioners to keep the whole home comfortable all year round!
Outside on your 842m2 youre in for a surprise... below ground pool and a one bedroom, one bathroom granny flat with private air conditioned lounge room!
Dont wait for a home open, call today and dont miss out!!

-3 Bedrooms, 2 with huge WIRs
-1 Bathrooms
-2 Toilets
-Sunken dining
-4X Reverse cycle Air conditioner
-Granny flat with Bedroom, Bathroom and Reverse cycle in lounge
-Below ground pool
-Close to town
-a Must See!!
-Rates $ 1486.75
-Water $ 200.40
-Block size 842m2
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MED.PRICE $320,000

Kalgoorlie is the major city in the eastern goldfields region, and is located 596 kilometres east northeast of Perth. It was gazetted a townsite in September 1894. Paddy Hannan, Daniel Shea and Thomas Flanagan made a rich gold find near Mt Charlotte in June 1893. The find soon led to a gold rush with thousands of diggers prospecting the rich alluvial field.

When the government decided to declare a townsite here in 1894, the place was locally known as "Hannan's Find", and at first the name "Hannans" was nominated for the townsite. In suggesting the name Hannans to the Commissioner of Crown Lands, the Under Secretary for Lands, R Cecil Clifton, noted that the "native name of the place is "Calgoorlie" but this is rather too much like Coolgardie and if adopted is, I fear likely to lead to postal mistakes". R Cecil Clifton supported "Hannan", but Cabinet chose "Kalgoorlie" in August 1894. Although local preference was for Hannan's Find, Kalgoorlie soon came to be accepted as the name of the rapidly developing town. An alternative spelling of "Kalgurli" was also used unofficially on occasions.

Just when the name Kalgoorlie was first recorded and the precise meaning of the name is unknown. Various sources give it as either meaning: Aboriginal dog chasing a kangaroo; the Aboriginal name of a shrub from the area ("Galgurli");or the Aboriginal name for the local edible silky pear ("Kulgooluh").

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