13 South St
North Dandalup WA 6207
13 South St, North Dandalup
Lovely, spacious 4 x 2 brick and iron home in a great location in North Dandalup. All weather, secure entry to the home through the shopper's door in the garage directly into the functional kitchen with good size pantry. This is a large, open plan area comprising of kitchen, dining nook, lounge and family room perfect for large family gatherings and special occasions. You can spill out of the double sliding doors on to the paved area in the well fenced, secure backyard and take advantage of the gazebo to sit and enjoy the view over farmland behind the property with family and friends. The home also has a more intimate lounge at the front of the house just for Mum and Dad or smaller family "get togethers". You can enjoy warm summer nights with the air conditioning on and stoke up the tile fire for cosy winter nights at home. This really is a home for all the family to enjoy their own space or to be able to come together for quality family time. North Dandalup is a small town in the Peel region of Western Australia along the South Western Highway between Serpentine and Pinjarra. You can be in Perth in less than an hour and it is only 15 minutes from Mandurah and Pinjarra. Make an appointment to view this lovely property at your convenience. Call Annee Smith - 0423 039 788.
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The townsite of North Dandalup is located in the south west, 71 km south of Perth and 16 km north east of Pinjarra. It is located adjacent to the North Dandalup River, from which it derives its name. Dandalup is an Aboriginal name, having been shown on maps of the area since 1835. The meaning of the name is not known.
The townsite is situated on the South Western Railway, and North Dandalup was included as a stopping place in timetables of 1894. Land around the siding was privately owned and subdivided, but a schoolsite was set aside in 1899, and a hall and recreation ground in 1915. In 1932 the North Dandalup Prescribed Area was declared, and then in 1972 the area was gazetted a townsite.