Listing No: 4213943

224 Holmes Road, Forrestfield WA 6058

$1,190,000 Negotiable

4 2 4 House
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Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 2
Car Spaces 4
Land Area 1.00ha

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A Superbly Private Lifestyle Property!

Nestled among a small enclave of similar lifestyle and equestrian properties in the foothills below Mundy Regional Park, this 2.5 acre one-owner property is set well back from the road and enjoys the privacy provided by its natural surroundings while retaining plenty of flat clear space to develop guest accommodation, a large workshop, or the like.
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Described by the agent as 'A Superbly Private Lifestyle Property!', 224 Holmes Road, Forrestfield WA 6058 is a 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom house for sale by Craig Phillips from Ray White Aldridge & Associates. This property was listed for sale with a listing price of $1,190,000 Negotiable.

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Forrestfield

GROWTH -6.3%
MED.PRICE $389,000
POPULATION 12,690
Forrestfield

Local folklore suggests that the name comes from Charles Hale who settled here in 1902 and planted a crop amongst the trees. A neighbour referred to him wanting a forest and a field at the same time and the name was later applied to the area. It is believed however, to honour John or Alexander Forrest, although their connection with the area has not been established. A Forrest Field Progress Association was formed as early as 1927 and the name is shown on plans as Forrestfield for 1944.

About Forrestfield

Local folklore suggests that the name comes from Charles Hale who settled here in 1902 and planted a crop amongst the trees. A neighbour referred to him wanting a forest and a field at the same time and the name was later applied to the area. It is believed however, to honour John or Alexander Forrest, although their connection with the area has not been established. A Forrest Field Progress Association was formed as early as 1927 and the name is shown on plans as Forrestfield for 1944.

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