Listing No: 4286172

3 Seabrook Place, Success WA 6164

$395 per week

4 2 2 House
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Bond $1,580.00
Furnished Unfurnished
Date Available 18-10-2019
Pets Allowed No

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GREAT FAMILY 4X2 HOME!

Fresh to the rental market is this spacious four bedroom, two bathroom family home. Situated only a hop, skip and jump to a local park and only minutes from Cockburn Gateway Shopping City. The property is a must to see. Boasting many features that will surely delight. Hurry, you do not want to miss out on this one!
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Described by the agent as 'GREAT FAMILY 4X2 HOME!', 3 Seabrook Place, Success WA 6164 is a 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom house for rent by Carrie Abbott-Morgan from LJ Hooker Leeming. This property was listed for rent with a listing price of $395 per week.

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Success

RENT GROWTH 0.5%
MED.RENT $410
POPULATION 10,148
Success

The suburb of Success is named after the ship commanded by Captain James Stirling when he visited and explored the Swan River in 1827. The name was approved for the suburb in 1973, although the boundaries have since been changed. In 1968 the PMG discussed the naming of the area with the Cockburn Shire Council who suggested "Omeo", apparently after a ship that went ashore at Coogee around the turn of the century. Investigation showed that this name was duplicated in Victoria and eventually, the name Success was proposed.

About Success

The suburb of Success is named after the ship commanded by Captain James Stirling when he visited and explored the Swan River in 1827. The name was approved for the suburb in 1973, although the boundaries have since been changed. In 1968 the PMG discussed the naming of the area with the Cockburn Shire Council who suggested "Omeo", apparently after a ship that went ashore at Coogee around the turn of the century. Investigation showed that this name was duplicated in Victoria and eventually, the name Success was proposed.

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