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17A Spencer Street
Wickham WA 6720

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Sold price: $120,000

UNDER OFFER BY CORAL HOWE!

17A Spencer Street, Wickham

Great location end of the street secure and private fully fenced yard with double gates.

The duplex has an open plan lounge dining area with tiles and carpet, cooled with fans and split air-con.
The Kitchen is very functional with gas cooking for added convenience while cooking. The window at the sink over looks the back yard. 3 good size bedrooms with Lino floors finished with curtains and cool with split air-cons. The bathroom could use a little TLC, walking out from the laundry door you are greeted with a huge back yard with a patio, garden and shed with beautiful large trees adding some much needed shade, a must in todays busy life style. The property also comes with side access behind the front gates to store your boat, or big boy toys.

Property snapshot by reiwa.com

This property at 17A Spencer Street, Wickham is a three bedroom, one bathroom house sold by Coral Howe at Ray White Karratha on 22 Jun 2018.

Property features

Air conditioned
 
Carports
1
Toilets
1

Nearby schools

Wickham Primary School
1.1km
Roebourne District High School
10.7km
Karratha Primary School
29.8km
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Wickham quick stats

Low end
$133k
Median
$228k
High end
$313k
Annual growth
85.7 %
Median rent
$470pw
Population
2,295

Get to know Wickham

Wickham is a townsite in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, located 1572 kilometres north of Perth and 13 kilometres north of Roebourne. The town was announced in 1970 to provide housing and support facilities for the Cliffs Western Australia Mining Company Pty Ltd developments at the nearby port of Cape Lambert. It was gazetted in 1971.

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