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35 Hudson St, Seabird WA 6042

Sold price: $199,000 Sold: 01 Oct 2022
  • Landsize 838m2
35 Hudson St, Seabird WA 6042


Do you desire a relaxing a coastal lifestyle with ocean views? This property is awaiting your new home to be built.

Residential Coastal Land with Ocean Views / REDUCED TO SELL
Fantastic location to build your forever coastal home or an investment property.

The block has power, water and sewerage right there ready to go.

Short walk to the glorious beaches of the Indian Ocean

An excellent tavern/ restaurant overlooking the breathtaking Indian Ocean is situated just up the road which is a delightful venue all year round.

Away from the everyday hustle and bustle of life- what more could one want. The property is a mere one hour north of Perth and easy access to the Northern Coastal towns including the famous Lancelin town which is only 15minutes away.

Proudly Presented by Jim Mentesana of Next Vision Real Estate.
If you would like any further information on this property, the Local area or any Real Estate Matter please call Jim on 0411 705 674 or email to [email protected]

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This land listing located in Seabird was sold by Jim Mentesana at Next Vision Real Estate.

If you would like to get in touch with Jim Mentesana regarding 35 Hudson St, Seabird, please call 0411 705 674 or contact the agent via email.

Nearby schools

Two Rocks Primary School
  • Primary
  • Government
Atlantis Beach Baptist College
  • Combined
  • Non-government
Lancelin Primary School
  • Primary
  • Government

Seabird overview

The coastal townsite of Seabird is located 100 kilometres north northwest of Perth between Guilderton and Ledge Point. It is 18 kilometres by road north of Guilderton. Like many similar coastal townsites in this region north west of Perth, the area was first settled by squatters. When this was reported on in 1965, a decision was taken to form a townsite, and the name "Chalon" after Chalon-sur-saone in France where the French botanist Leschenault was born. Pressure from the Shire of Gingin and local residents resulted in the name Seabird being adopted in 1968, the name being derived from the pastoral property within which it is located. The property name is named after the schooner "Seabird" which was stranded with a gaping hole in her port side in this area in 1874. The townsite was gazetted in March 1968.

Seabird quick stats

High end $776k
Median $695k
Low end $465k
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The average number of selling days in Seabird is 104 days.

35 Hudson St, Seabird sold on 1/10/2022 for $199,000.

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