Listing No: 4261191

265 and 274 Cooper Rd, Grass Patch WA 6446

Sold: 07 Aug 2019 SOLD Save property

Sold Price: $715,000

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Land Area 867.00ha

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''265 and 274 Cooper Rd, Grass Patch'' - only 100 km north of Esperance

20km nnw of Grass Patch, 100km north of Esperance
Total of 867ha with 300ha cleared and previously cropped
Suitable for mixed farming
Great entry opportunity to farming
Good location with 300mm-350mm annual rainfall
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reiwa.com listing summary for 265 and 274 Cooper Rd, Grass Patch

WA 6446 is a lifestyle for sale by Frank Miles from Ray White Rural WA. This property was listed for sale with a listing price of Sold Price: $715,000.
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Grass Patch

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Grass Patch

Grass Patch townsite is located on the Coolgardie-Esperance Highway, 79 kilometres north of Esperance. A townsite here was proposed in 1910, when the government was planning to build a railway from Esperance to Norseman, and land in the area was being opened up. "The Esperance Land and Railway League" particularly pushed for the townsite to be developed, but it was 15 years before the railway was built. The area was well known as "Grass Patch", a nearby farm of this name having been settled around 1896, and renowned for bountiful crops and good grass. However, when the townsite was gazetted in 1923, the local settlers sought a more suitable name, and nominated three names, "Warden" being the one selected as most suitable. Objections were soon received to this name, and later the same year it was changed to Grass Patch.

About Grass Patch

Grass Patch townsite is located on the Coolgardie-Esperance Highway, 79 kilometres north of Esperance. A townsite here was proposed in 1910, when the government was planning to build a railway from Esperance to Norseman, and land in the area was being opened up. "The Esperance Land and Railway League" particularly pushed for the townsite to be developed, but it was 15 years before the railway was built. The area was well known as "Grass Patch", a nearby farm of this name having been settled around 1896, and renowned for bountiful crops and good grass. However, when the townsite was gazetted in 1923, the local settlers sought a more suitable name, and nominated three names, "Warden" being the one selected as most suitable. Objections were soon received to this name, and later the same year it was changed to Grass Patch.

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