Listing No: 4182271

20271 Great Southern Highway, Highbury WA 6313

Sold: 24 Sep 2019 SOLD Save property

Listed Price: $195,000

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Owner says SELL | Caretaker on site | 61 Hectares

Neighbouring Block available 65 Hectares |125 hectares combined | level farms

60.95 Hectares or 152 Acres | East Block Adjacent available 64.75 Hectares or 162 acres
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reiwa.com listing summary for 20271 Great Southern Highway, Highbury

WA 6313 is a farm for sale by Edward Carver from LJ Hooker Mirrabooka. This property was listed for sale with a listing price of Listed Price: $195,000.
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Highbury

Highbury is a townsite in the Great Southern Region, 16 kilometres south, southeast of Narrogin. It was originally gazetted in 1905 as Wolwolling, taking its name from the railway siding established here in 1894. The siding name was derived from the Aboriginal name of a pool in the nearby Arthur River.

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Highbury is a townsite in the Great Southern Region, 16 kilometres south, southeast of Narrogin. It was originally gazetted in 1905 as Wolwolling, taking its name from the railway siding established here in 1894. The siding name was derived from the Aboriginal name of a pool in the nearby Arthur River.

In June 1905 the Wolwolling Progress Association applied to have the townsite renamed, claiming the name was too similar to other names, and letters and parcels were going astray. The new name suggested was "Linton". This name was rejected because of duplication, and in 1906 the Progress Association nominated Highbury as their next choice. No origin was given with the name, although it is most likely English, as there are a number of Highburys in England. The name change was gazetted in 1906.

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