Listing No: 4246319

28 Simon Street, Norseman WA 6443

Sold: 28 Jun 2019 SOLD Save property

Listed Price: $125,000

3 2 1 House
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Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2
Car Spaces 1
Land Area 1012m2

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28 Simon Street Noresman

Don't miss the opportunity to check out this appealing 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home. Sizable modern kitchen with ample cupboard space, island bench and adjacent dining plus air-conditioning throughout. Side and rear patio, presentable yard, garden shed, 2 rainwater tanks and 1.7kw solar panels on a charming 1012sqm Block.
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Described by the agent as '28 Simon Street Noresman', 28 Simon Street, Norseman WA 6443 is a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom house for sale by Laurie Fyfe from Esperance Real Estate. This property was listed for sale with a listing price of Listed Price: $125,000.

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Norseman

GROWTH 10.0%
MED.PRICE $52,250
POPULATION 581
Norseman

The goldmining town of Norseman is located in the eastern goldfields, 724 kilometres east of Perth and 206 kilometres north of Esperance. Gold was discovered here in July 1894 by Lawrence Sinclair and his horse "Norseman" The gold find was named "Norsemans Find" and most records state that Sinclair named it after his horse, although Sinclair was himself of Norse descent from the Shetland Islands.

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About Norseman

The goldmining town of Norseman is located in the eastern goldfields, 724 kilometres east of Perth and 206 kilometres north of Esperance. Gold was discovered here in July 1894 by Lawrence Sinclair and his horse "Norseman" The gold find was named "Norsemans Find" and most records state that Sinclair named it after his horse, although Sinclair was himself of Norse descent from the Shetland Islands.

By January 1895 there were over 200 miners working the goldfields here, and the Mining Warden, Arthur Hicks, requested declare a townsite. The local progress association soon added pressure for a townsite, and lots were surveyed in April 1895. A number of names were proposed for the townsite, but local usage of Norseman resulted in the Minister for Lands selecting this name. The townsite was gazetted in May 1895. The Aboriginal name of the area is Jimberlana.

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