Listing No: 4263550

13 Mitchell Street, Cue WA 6640

Sold: 25 Oct 2019 SOLD Save property

Listed Price: Under Offer

3 1 House
Property snapshot
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Land Area 1024m2

Home open times

Please contact the team to view this property

Gold Prospecting Retreat

If you are interested in securing a home base when prospecting in the region, I would definitely look at this. Priced to meet the current market and ready to be sold.

There is a home provided on this property which does require some renovations, however when using this as a central base it would be perfect. The land area of 1,024 sqm is an ideal size and provides plenty of space for you park up your van, additional vehicle's and still have plenty of space to build yourself a storage shed.
Read more
reiwa.com listing summary for 13 Mitchell Street, Cue

Described by the agent as 'Gold Prospecting Retreat', 13 Mitchell Street, Cue WA 6640 is a 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom house for sale by Team Alby from Professionals Geraldton. This property was listed for sale with a listing price of Listed Price: Under Offer.

Read more

Enquire more about 13 Mitchell Street, Cue

 
The personal details of this contact form and any behavioural data related to search activity on the website can be provided to the agency/agent for the sole purpose of communicating with you regarding a specific property or real estate enquiry.
It must not be used by the agent for any other marketing purposes. For more information on how we store and use your personal information, please view our privacy statement.

Home loan repayments calculator

Calculate

Suburb Profile

Cue

GROWTH 3.7%
MED.PRICE $70,000
POPULATION 178
Cue

Cue was gazetted a townsite in August 1893. It is named after Tom Cue, one of those who discovered gold there in 1892. The following account from an article in the "Sunday Times" dated Nov. 24th, 1974, page 7 describes the beginnings of Cue "Back in the young Western Australia of 1890, the gold rush to the Murchison was in full swing. Crowds of gold seekers actually walked over large quantities of surface gold that was eventually found by Tom Cue after one of those all too common droughts removed the surface grass. Cue, the capital of Murchison, mushroomed near the spot where Tom Cue and his mates made fortunes by turning over stones with forked sticks as their only equipment. Gold virtually covered the ground. This surface gold did not build the town though. The deep gold did this."

About Cue

Cue was gazetted a townsite in August 1893. It is named after Tom Cue, one of those who discovered gold there in 1892. The following account from an article in the "Sunday Times" dated Nov. 24th, 1974, page 7 describes the beginnings of Cue "Back in the young Western Australia of 1890, the gold rush to the Murchison was in full swing. Crowds of gold seekers actually walked over large quantities of surface gold that was eventually found by Tom Cue after one of those all too common droughts removed the surface grass. Cue, the capital of Murchison, mushroomed near the spot where Tom Cue and his mates made fortunes by turning over stones with forked sticks as their only equipment. Gold virtually covered the ground. This surface gold did not build the town though. The deep gold did this."

View Suburb Profile