Listing No: 4179841

13A Stone Street, Quindalup WA 6281

$530 Weekly

4 2 2 House
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Furnished Furnished
Date Available 14-01-2019
Pets Allowed No

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SUPERB LOCATION!

This two storey, 4 bed 2 bath home close to the beach with everything you need. Fully furnished, dishwasher, separate lounge upstairs with bar and bar fridge, wood fire, barbeque, wooden deck up amongst the peppermint trees. The perfect place to enjoy your time in the South West. STRICTLY NO PETS. Lawn mowing included.
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Described by the agent as 'SUPERB LOCATION!', 13A Stone Street, Quindalup WA 6281 is a 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom house for rent by Louis De Chiera from Stocker Preston. This property was listed for rent with a listing price of $530 Weekly.

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Quindalup

RENT GROWTH 2.9%
MED.RENT $463
POPULATION 1,336
Quindalup

The townsite of Quindalup is located on Geographe Bay, 250 kilometres west southwest of Perth and 21 kilometres west of Busselton. The Quindalup area is the site of one of the state's earliest timber industries, and a timber mill was built here and timber exported through a jetty on the coast in the early 1860s. McGibbon and Yelverton used the name Quindalup in referring to their mill in the 1860s, and in the 1870s the government reserved land here. In 1899 a number of local fishermen in the area requested the Minister for Lands to subdivide the beachfront land. The Minister approved the subdivision, surveys of "working mens blocks" were made, and the townsite of Quindalup gazetted in 1899.

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About Quindalup

The townsite of Quindalup is located on Geographe Bay, 250 kilometres west southwest of Perth and 21 kilometres west of Busselton. The Quindalup area is the site of one of the state's earliest timber industries, and a timber mill was built here and timber exported through a jetty on the coast in the early 1860s. McGibbon and Yelverton used the name Quindalup in referring to their mill in the 1860s, and in the 1870s the government reserved land here. In 1899 a number of local fishermen in the area requested the Minister for Lands to subdivide the beachfront land. The Minister approved the subdivision, surveys of "working mens blocks" were made, and the townsite of Quindalup gazetted in 1899.

Quindalup is an Aboriginal name meaning "the place of quenda's". The Quenda is a small bandicoot common in the area.

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Yallingup 2.9%
Dunsborough -6.7%