Listing No: 4225517

17 Gladys Street, Darlington WA 6070

$365 Weekly

3 1 Pets allowed House
Property snapshot
Bond $1,460.00
Furnished Unfurnished
Date Available Available now
Pets Allowed Yes

PRICE REDUCED - HOME SWEET HOME

Tucked away on the southern fringe of Darlington this charming home enjoys a private cul-de-sac location and a world of walks in the nearby reserve.

A unique design of several sitting areas within and a large entertaining area overlooking the back yard creates a homely atmosphere in the lovely hills environment. The home inside features a decent sized kitchen with adjoining meals, separate carpeted lounge and reverse cycle air conditioning.
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reiwa.com listing summary for 17 Gladys Street, Darlington

Described by the agent as 'PRICE REDUCED - HOME SWEET HOME', 17 Gladys Street, Darlington WA 6070 is a 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom house for rent by Linda Christie from Christie's Real Estate. This property was listed for rent with a listing price of $365 Weekly.

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Darlington

RENT GROWTH 11.4%
MED.RENT $490
POPULATION 3,656
Darlington

The name "Darlington" is derived from adding the English suffix "ton" meaning "town" to the name of the range in the area - Darling Range - this range was first named "General Darling Range" by Charles Fraser, Government Botanist with Captain James Stirling in 1827 after the Governor of the parent colony in New South Wales - General Sir Ralph Darling. The name was first used by Dr Alfred Waylen who established the "Darlington Vineyard" here in 1883-4

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The name "Darlington" is derived from adding the English suffix "ton" meaning "town" to the name of the range in the area - Darling Range - this range was first named "General Darling Range" by Charles Fraser, Government Botanist with Captain James Stirling in 1827 after the Governor of the parent colony in New South Wales - General Sir Ralph Darling. The name was first used by Dr Alfred Waylen who established the "Darlington Vineyard" here in 1883-4

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