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125 Taylor Road, Mundijong WA 6123

Sold price: $1,080,000 Sold: 15 Apr 2024
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  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 2 Cars
  • Landsize 20,400m2
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125 Taylor Road, Mundijong WA 6123

Tranquil Country Haven

Nestled in the serene countryside of Mundijong, discover a rare opportunity at 125 Taylor Road. Spanning over an expansive 2.04 hectares (over 5 acres) of picturesque landscape, this property offers a unique blend of rural tranquility and investment potential. Whether you're seeking a peaceful rural lifestyle retreat or exploring lucrative investment avenues, this property promises endless possibilities.

The vast expanse of land provides ample space to realize your vision, whether it's creating your dream rural sanctuary or pursuing a development opportunity. With the potential for subdivision or rezoning (subject to council approval), savvy investors can capitalize on the burgeoning demand for rural living or explore commercial ventures in this thriving locale.

Beyond its investment potential, 125 Taylor Road offers a haven for those seeking an idyllic rural lifestyle. Imagine waking up to the quiet sounds of nature, panoramic rolling hills are nearby and lush greenery during the winter months, where the tranquillity of the countryside provides a welcome escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. With ample space for hobby farming, horse keeping, or simply enjoying the great outdoors, this property invites you to embrace a slower pace of living and reconnect with nature.

Mundijong is fast becoming the place to be with so much activity planned for the future development in the area, making informed investigations are a must!

Some Facts:
* Lot9000 Taylor Rd, 60.8 Hectacres purchased by Peet Mundijong Syndicate Ltd
* 29 Taylor Rd, 34.5 Hectacres purchased by Wellstrand Pty Ltd
* 35 Taylor Rd, 37.5 Hectacres purchased by Peet Mundijong Syndicate Ltd
* 52 Taylor Rd, 21.8 Hectacres purchased by Wellstrand Pty Ltd
* Scott Road Rd (adjacent) 24.8 Hectacres purchased by Remfire Pty Ltd

Tick,Tock, isn't it time to consider your long term future??

Conveniently located just a short drive from the heart of Mundijong, residents enjoy easy access to essential amenities, including shops, schools, and transport links. Whether it's a leisurely weekend exploring local markets, indulging in farm-fresh produce, or embarking on scenic bushwalks, Mundijong offers a charming blend of rural charm and modern convenience.
For those considering superannuation investment opportunities, the potential for capital growth and rental income further enhances the appeal of this property. With the demand for rural properties on the rise, 125 Taylor Road presents a promising prospect for long-term financial security and wealth accumulation.

In summary, 125 Taylor Road represents more than just a property – it's an investment in lifestyle, opportunity, and future prosperity. Whether you're a discerning investor, aspiring developer, or seeking a rural retreat to call home, this property offers the perfect canvas to realize your dreams.
Seize this rare opportunity and unlock the full potential of rural living in Mundijong.

Arrange your inspection today and prepare to embark on a journey of endless possibilities.
Exclusive Agent Robert Ciallella , RightMove Real Estate 0413 124 787

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Property snapshot by reiwa.com

This property at 125 Taylor Road, Mundijong is a four bedroom, two bathroom house sold by Robert Ciallella at Right Move on 15 Apr 2024.

Looking to buy a similar property in the area? View other four bedroom properties for sale in Mundijong or see other recently sold properties in Mundijong.

Cost breakdown

  • Council rates: $2,530 / year

Nearby schools

1.4km
Mundijong Primary School
  • Primary
  • Government
1.7km
Court Grammar School
  • Combined
  • Non-government
5.3km
Beenyup Primary School
  • Primary
  • Government
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Mundijong overview

Mundijong was originally named Jarrahdale Junction. It was at the junction of the Rockingham-Jarrahdale line and the government line from Perth to Bunbury which was built in 1893. A town grew up around the junction, and a timber depot which included a large planing mill was constructed. The town was first declared as "Manjedal" in 1893 as it was thought to be the Aboriginal name of the area. In 1897 this was found to be incorrect, and the name was changed to Mundijong.

Life in Mundijong

Positioned between the coast and the hills, this suburb provides is an important centre for the local farming industry including orchards, farmlands and wineries.  Mundijong has a rural feel with beautiful waterfalls, walking trails and forest hinterland of the Serpentine Jarrahdale district. Other facilities include a local IGA, Serpentine Jarrahdale Community Resource Centre and a local primary school.

Mundijong quick stats

High end $700k
Median $580k
Low end $503k
9.4 %
Annual growth
$580k
Annual median sales price
$600pw
Annual median rental price

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The average number of selling days in Mundijong is 9 days.

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