Listing No: 4243146

3 Paterson Street, Denmark WA 6333

$280 Weekly

2 1 1 House
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Bond $1,120.00
Furnished Unfurnished
Date Available 12-07-2019

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*Town Location*

2x1 conveniently located close to town and Denmark Primary School. Easy care garden, small garden shed and an undercover carport, with gas heating in the lounge and built in wardrobe to the master bedroom. Available early July, contact our office on 9848 1498 for a private viewing of this affordable home.
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Described by the agent as '*Town Location*', 3 Paterson Street, Denmark WA 6333 is a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom house for rent by Brittany Brown from Ray White Denmark. This property was listed for rent with a listing price of $280 Weekly.

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Denmark

RENT GROWTH -6.4%
MED.RENT $323
POPULATION 2,637
Denmark

The townsite of Denmark, located on the south coast 51 kilometres west of Albany, was gazetted a townsite in 1909. It is located on the Denmark River from which it derives its name, the river having been named by the explorer Dr J B Wilson RN in December 1829. Wilson named it the "Denmark" in compliment to his friend Dr. Alexander Denmark R.N. a physician to the fleet. The Aboriginal name "Koorrabup", recorded by Alfred Hillman in 1833, also refers to this area.

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About Denmark

The townsite of Denmark, located on the south coast 51 kilometres west of Albany, was gazetted a townsite in 1909. It is located on the Denmark River from which it derives its name, the river having been named by the explorer Dr J B Wilson RN in December 1829. Wilson named it the "Denmark" in compliment to his friend Dr. Alexander Denmark R.N. a physician to the fleet. The Aboriginal name "Koorrabup", recorded by Alfred Hillman in 1833, also refers to this area.

Although a townsite was not declared here until 1909, a settlement of this name had existed here for some years previous. A Millars Bros. Timber mill was established on the banks of the river in 1894.

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