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20D Lanyon Street, Mandurah WA 6210

Sold price: $395,000 Sold: 07 Dec 2023
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 2 Cars
  • Landsize 258m2
20D Lanyon Street, Mandurah WA 6210

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This well located 3 Bedroom 2 Bathroom, rear unit with extra visitors parking is situated close to Mandurah Forum Shopping centre and other amenities.

Features include:

• Kitchen & open plan living/dining area
• All bedrooms with built in robes
• Split system air conditioning
• Outdoor alfresco
• Double garage

The property is currently tenanted until May 2024.

This would suit an Investor looking for an opportunity.

Call Sheryl Godfree 0432 627 246 for a private viewing.

DISCLAIMER: Every care has been taken to verify the accuracy of the information contained in this advertisement, but no warranty (either express or implied) is given by Raine & Horne or its agent, as to the accuracy of the contents. Purchasers should conduct their own investigations into all matters relating to the proposed purchase of the property.

Property features

  • Air conditioned  
  • Garages 2

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This property at 20D Lanyon Street, Mandurah is a three bedroom, two bathroom villa sold by Sheryl Godfree at Raine & Horne Mandurah on 07 Dec 2023.

Looking to buy a similar property in the area? View other three bedroom properties for sale in Mandurah or see other recently sold properties in Mandurah.

Cost breakdown

  • Council rates: $1,821 / year
  • Water rates: $1,228 / year

Nearby schools

Mandurah Primary School
  • Primary
  • Government

Mandurah overview

A vibrant mixed-residential and commercial suburb, Mandurah is the heart of the Peel district. Once a small fishing village, Mandurah has evolved into a thriving regional city and a popular destination for tourists. Situated along Western Australia's coastline, Mandurah has firmly established itself as a first class 'sea change' destination with an array of property developments that include everything from family homes, to modern apartments in new estates and luxurious mansions with canal views.

Life in Mandurah

An alluring mix of inner-city panache and classic suburban culture define the Mandurah lifestyle. As a result of the 'sea change' phenomenon which transformed the suburb, Mandurah is now home to a major shopping centre, quality restaurants, charming retail outlets, a bustling foreshore and a pulsating boardwalk. Throughout the year, Mandurah hosts several popular annual events such as the Crab Festival in mid-March and the Mandurah Boat Show in mid-October. Other notable features include the Mandurah Train Station, which provides a fast transport option into and out of the Perth CBD, and local schools, Mandurah Primary School, Mandurah Baptist College, Mandurah Catholic College and Frederick Irwin Anglican School.

Mandurah quick stats

High end $509k
Median $450k
Low end $398k
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The median house price in Mandurah is $450,000, the median unit price is $370,000.

20D Lanyon Street, Mandurah is a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom villa.