Listing No: 4286191

20 Rudge Place, Lockridge WA 6054

Current Bid $201,000

3 1 1 Townhouse
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Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Car Spaces 1
Land Area 216m2

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IT'S ALL ABOUT EASY, COMFORTABLE AND TRENDY LIFESTYLE!

The Openn Negotiation has started. (Openn negotiation is an auction that is conducted online and allows flexible terms for qualified buyers). The property can sell at any time, contact Gregory Swiatek immediately to avoid missing out.
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Described by the agent as 'IT'S ALL ABOUT EASY, COMFORTABLE AND TRENDY LIFESTYLE!', 20 Rudge Place, Lockridge WA 6054 is a 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom townhouse for sale by Gregory Swiatek from Ray White Uxcel. This property was listed for sale with a listing price of Current Bid $201,000.

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Suburb Profile

Lockridge

GROWTH -15.2%
MED.PRICE $257,000
POPULATION 3,467
Lockridge

The suburb of Lockridge derives its name from a Swan valley property owned by the Hamersley family. The Hamersley's, a prominent colonial family owned a number of properties, and resided at Pyrton in what is now Eden Hill. Part of the Lockridge land became Pyrton Estate which the government developed for soldier settlement in the 1920's. The residential development in Lockridge was commenced by the State Housing Commission in 1969 when it purchased 240 acres for the purpose.

About Lockridge

The suburb of Lockridge derives its name from a Swan valley property owned by the Hamersley family. The Hamersley's, a prominent colonial family owned a number of properties, and resided at Pyrton in what is now Eden Hill. Part of the Lockridge land became Pyrton Estate which the government developed for soldier settlement in the 1920's. The residential development in Lockridge was commenced by the State Housing Commission in 1969 when it purchased 240 acres for the purpose.

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Growth of Nearby Suburbs

Eden Hill 2.1%
Caversham 0%
Kiara -2.7%