Listing No: 4095630

2C Troytown Way, Melville WA 6156

Sold: 25 Sep 2019 SOLD Save property

Sold Price: $335,000

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Land Area 200m2

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2C TROYTOWN WAY! CLOSEST TO THE PARKLAND!

12 Meter Frontage GREEN TITLE block literally so close to a beautiful tree-lined park that is ever popular in the Melville district. (Kadidjiny Park)

Enjoy your independent residence surrounded by plenty of family homes and just a short stroll to Kadidjini Park, Melville Primary School and across Rome road to the ever picturesque and beautiful Marmion Reserve.
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WA 6156 is a land for sale by Calnan Team from Calnan Property. This property was listed for sale with a listing price of Sold Price: $335,000.
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Melville

GROWTH -1.0%
MED.PRICE $742,500
POPULATION 5,695
Melville

Melville is a small suburb 11 kilometres south of Perth City. Its two square kilometre land area is bound to the north by Canning Highway and Leach Highway in the south, with its almost 5,300 population a result of gradual increases since the early 1990s. Melville's most substantial development took place in the 1950s.

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About Melville

Melville is a small suburb 11 kilometres south of Perth City. Its two square kilometre land area is bound to the north by Canning Highway and Leach Highway in the south, with its almost 5,300 population a result of gradual increases since the early 1990s. Melville's most substantial development took place in the 1950s.

Life in Melville

Though very close to many commercial sectors just outside of its boundaries, Melville is largely removed from urbanisation. Home to a number of parks and reserves, the suburb provides locals with numerous native public spaces to explore and enjoy. There are also two local schools, Melville Primary School and Melville Senior High School, and a recreation centre.

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