Listing No: 4110042

11 Horton Brace, Success WA 6164

Sold: 05 Sep 2018 SOLD Save property

Sold Price: $585,000

4 2 2 House
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Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 2
Car Spaces 2
Land Area 538m2

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UNDER OFFER. More properties urgently needed!

This beautifully presented home is in a quiet pocket of Success and is within walking distance to the Waterbuttons Parkland (250 metres) and Success Primary School (650 metres). There is nothing to spend on this home as the current owners have been meticulous in the maintenance and presentation. Totally set up for summer entertainment, your children are going to love the back yard!! The caf blinds make the alfresco entertainment area an extension of the living area for year-round entertaining.
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Described by the agent as 'UNDER OFFER. More properties urgently needed!', 11 Horton Brace, Success WA 6164 is a 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom house for sale by Team Semple from Semple Property Group. This property was listed for sale with a listing price of Sold Price: $585,000.

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Success

GROWTH -2.3%
MED.PRICE $501,000
POPULATION 10,148
Success

The suburb of Success is named after the ship commanded by Captain James Stirling when he visited and explored the Swan River in 1827. The name was approved for the suburb in 1973, although the boundaries have since been changed. In 1968 the PMG discussed the naming of the area with the Cockburn Shire Council who suggested "Omeo", apparently after a ship that went ashore at Coogee around the turn of the century. Investigation showed that this name was duplicated in Victoria and eventually, the name Success was proposed.

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The suburb of Success is named after the ship commanded by Captain James Stirling when he visited and explored the Swan River in 1827. The name was approved for the suburb in 1973, although the boundaries have since been changed. In 1968 the PMG discussed the naming of the area with the Cockburn Shire Council who suggested "Omeo", apparently after a ship that went ashore at Coogee around the turn of the century. Investigation showed that this name was duplicated in Victoria and eventually, the name Success was proposed.

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