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21 Thomas Street
Narembeen WA 6369

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$168,000

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INVESTOR ALERT RENTED AT $260 PER WEEK

21 Thomas Street, Narembeen

This neat family home has many extras and is well located being close to the school, hospital and recreation centre. Country living at its best in the wonderful and safe community of Narembeen ideal for raising a family. Boasting 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, open plan kitchen/dining/living and internal laundry. Ducted evaporative A/C cooling plus two split system reverse cycle units. Rear entertaining patio area with outdoor kitchen, wood fire, water fountain and enclosed spa. Neat yards and gardens with fruit trees, veggie gardens, Bali style gazebo and deck. Garage of 8m x 4m with roller door plus side lean too. Two Garden/tool sheds. Single carport parking. Front timber deck porch and ramp. Currently leased to local bank employee and returning $260 per week with lease until 31/07/2021 and looking to extend.

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This property at 21 Thomas Street, Narembeen is a four bedroom, two bathroom house listed for sale by Will Morris at Elders Real Estate.

Property features

Air conditioned
 
Garages
1
Carports
1
Toilets
2

Nearby schools

Narembeen District High School
0.2km
Bruce Rock District High School
31.2km
Babakin Primary School
35.7km
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Narembeen quick stats

Low end
$118k
Median
$150k
High end
$235k
Annual growth
30.4 %
Median rent
N/A
Population
472

Get to know Narembeen

The townsite of Narembeen is located in the central agricultural region, 282 kilometres east of Perth and 39 kilometres southeast of Bruce Rock. The townsite derives its name from the Aboriginal name for Emu Hill. Emu Hill was discovered and named by John Septimus Roe in 1836, the name being given because Roe's exploration party disturbed a family of emus whilst ascending the hill. In 1860 Charles Smith took up a pastoral lease in the area, and named his property "Narimbeen", which the explorer Henry Maxwell Lefroy records in 1863 is the Aboriginal name for Emu Hill. In 1865 the explorer Charles Cooke Hunt recorded the spelling as "Narembeen", and this is the spelling which became widely accepted for the place. The meaning of the name is not known.

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