Listing No: 4112355

23 DOWLEY STREET, Cue WA 6640

125000 $125000

4 2 1 House
Property snapshot
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 2
Car Spaces 1
Land Area 1040m2
Floor Area 148m2

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Modern Living in Historic Gold Town

Spacious and modern 4 x 2 in a quiet location of this historic township. Opportunities to acquire homes of this quality in Cue are not common and the cost of establishing new is quite high.
Open plan living dining, 4 good sized bedrooms with full ensuite in master, other features include ducted airconditioning, car port, large rear patio, rainwater tanks and garden shed.
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Described by the agent as 'Modern Living in Historic Gold Town', 23 DOWLEY STREET, Cue WA 6640 is a 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom house for sale by Greg Smith from Elders Real Estate. This property was listed for sale with a listing price of 125000 $125000.

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Suburb Profile

Cue

GROWTH 3.7%
MED.PRICE $70,000
POPULATION 178
Cue

Cue was gazetted a townsite in August 1893. It is named after Tom Cue, one of those who discovered gold there in 1892. The following account from an article in the "Sunday Times" dated Nov. 24th, 1974, page 7 describes the beginnings of Cue "Back in the young Western Australia of 1890, the gold rush to the Murchison was in full swing. Crowds of gold seekers actually walked over large quantities of surface gold that was eventually found by Tom Cue after one of those all too common droughts removed the surface grass. Cue, the capital of Murchison, mushroomed near the spot where Tom Cue and his mates made fortunes by turning over stones with forked sticks as their only equipment. Gold virtually covered the ground. This surface gold did not build the town though. The deep gold did this."

About Cue

Cue was gazetted a townsite in August 1893. It is named after Tom Cue, one of those who discovered gold there in 1892. The following account from an article in the "Sunday Times" dated Nov. 24th, 1974, page 7 describes the beginnings of Cue "Back in the young Western Australia of 1890, the gold rush to the Murchison was in full swing. Crowds of gold seekers actually walked over large quantities of surface gold that was eventually found by Tom Cue after one of those all too common droughts removed the surface grass. Cue, the capital of Murchison, mushroomed near the spot where Tom Cue and his mates made fortunes by turning over stones with forked sticks as their only equipment. Gold virtually covered the ground. This surface gold did not build the town though. The deep gold did this."

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