Listing No: 4184062

2/10 Gibney Street, Dunsborough WA 6281

$385 Weekly

3 2 1 Unit
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Bond $1,540.00
Furnished Unfurnished
Date Available 26-11-2019
Pets Allowed No

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Low Maintenance, Old Dunsborough

This 3 bed, 2 bath unit has an open plan living area and is a breeze to look after.
All electric appliances.
There is a single carport plus a 2nd parking bay.
Small lawn and garden area at the rear.
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Described by the agent as 'Low Maintenance, Old Dunsborough', 2/10 Gibney Street, Dunsborough WA 6281 is a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom unit for rent by Lee-Anne Lange from Stocker Preston. This property was listed for rent with a listing price of $385 Weekly.

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Dunsborough

RENT GROWTH -1.1%
MED.RENT $440
POPULATION 5,320
Dunsborough

The townsite of Dunsborough is located on the coast, 12 kilometres southeast of Cape Naturaliste and approximately 19 kilometres of Busselton. It was gazetted as a Townsite in 1879, but land for a townsite was set aside here in the late 1830's, and there is a recorded whale fishery at "Dunsbro" in 1850.

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About Dunsborough

The townsite of Dunsborough is located on the coast, 12 kilometres southeast of Cape Naturaliste and approximately 19 kilometres of Busselton. It was gazetted as a Townsite in 1879, but land for a townsite was set aside here in the late 1830's, and there is a recorded whale fishery at "Dunsbro" in 1850.

Dunsborough is located adjacent to Dunn Bay from which it derives its name. The bay is believed to have been named by Governor James Stirling , March 1830, whilst on the "Eagle" carrying out a survey of Geographe Bay. It is named after Captain Richard Dalling Dunn, under whom Stirling served on the "Hibernia"120 and the "Armide"38 in 1810-1811 (Stirling named a number of features in Western Australia after naval officers under whom he served or was associated with) When Dunsborough first appeared on a map in 1839 it was spelt "Dunnsbro" but the extra n appears to have disappeared by 1850, and the spelling of "bro" was amended to "borough"when the name was gazetted in 1879.

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