Listing No: 4297284

37 Benson Loop, Alkimos WA 6038

$300 per week

4 2 2 House
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Bond $1,200.00
Furnished Unfurnished
Date Available 13-12-2019
Pets Allowed No

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NEAR NEW, LOW MAINTENANCE

Located in the trinity Estate close proximity to train station, schools, shops (including new local shopping centre and high school near completion) and the beach is this near new 4x2 home that features:
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Described by the agent as 'NEAR NEW, LOW MAINTENANCE', 37 Benson Loop, Alkimos WA 6038 is a 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom house for rent by Leasing Team from RE/MAX Extreme. This property was listed for rent with a listing price of $300 per week.

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Alkimos

RENT GROWTH 1.6%
MED.RENT $325
POPULATION 6,269
Alkimos

This suburb within the Shire of Wanneroo is named after the Greek freighter "Alkimos" which ran aground on the coast adjacent to the suburb. The 7033 ton freighter originally came aground south of Geraldton on the 19th March 1963. It was refloated and made its own way to Fremantle and the tug 'Pacific Star" was engaged to tow the vessel to Hong Kong for scrap. Just after the tow was started on the 31st May 1963, bad weather was encountered and the tow cable snapped and the vessel ran aground again. Several attempts were made to refloat her, but all were unsuccessful.

About Alkimos

This suburb within the Shire of Wanneroo is named after the Greek freighter "Alkimos" which ran aground on the coast adjacent to the suburb. The 7033 ton freighter originally came aground south of Geraldton on the 19th March 1963. It was refloated and made its own way to Fremantle and the tug 'Pacific Star" was engaged to tow the vessel to Hong Kong for scrap. Just after the tow was started on the 31st May 1963, bad weather was encountered and the tow cable snapped and the vessel ran aground again. Several attempts were made to refloat her, but all were unsuccessful.

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