Listing No: 4249608

21 Rakitno Close, Munster WA 6166

Sold: 18 Jun 2019 SOLD Save property

Sold Price: $260,000

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Land Area 417m2

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BE QUICK to secure one of these very affordable GREEN TITLE development sites in highly sought-after CUL-DE-SAC location!

It is a much sought after location due to its proximity to the Beach, Port Coogee, Cockburn Central Shopping Centre, Fremantle, parks and reserves & exceptional schools.
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reiwa.com listing summary for 21 Rakitno Close, Munster

WA 6166 is a land for sale by Nathan Tonich from Realmark Urban. This property was listed for sale with a listing price of Sold Price: $260,000.
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Munster

GROWTH 1.9%
MED.PRICE $525,000
POPULATION 4,429
Munster

In January 1830 land at Woodman Point was set aside for a townsite to accommodate new settlers. the town was named Clarence and a large lake near its centre, "Lake Munster" (now Lake Coogee), both after Prince William, Duke of Clarence in the peerage of Great Britain and Earl of Munster in the peerage of Ireland. In 1895 a postal directory mentioned that the suburb of "Lake Munster" was "also known as Coogee". In later years this name was applied more to the area north-west of the lake, while the rest of the area became known for postal purposes as "Woodman Point" and "South Coogee in the 1950'S. Munster was officially adopted as a suburb name in 1954.

About Munster

In January 1830 land at Woodman Point was set aside for a townsite to accommodate new settlers. the town was named Clarence and a large lake near its centre, "Lake Munster" (now Lake Coogee), both after Prince William, Duke of Clarence in the peerage of Great Britain and Earl of Munster in the peerage of Ireland. In 1895 a postal directory mentioned that the suburb of "Lake Munster" was "also known as Coogee". In later years this name was applied more to the area north-west of the lake, while the rest of the area became known for postal purposes as "Woodman Point" and "South Coogee in the 1950'S. Munster was officially adopted as a suburb name in 1954.

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Growth of Nearby Suburbs

Wattleup 4.7%
Bibra Lake -1.4%
Beeliar -4%