Listing No: 4275033

43 Acacia Retreat, Wundowie WA 6560

$450 Weekly

4 2 2 House
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Bond $1,800.00
Furnished Unfurnished
Date Available 30-11-2019

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FULLY FENCED 5 ACRES WITH A VIEW OF THE COUNTRY SIDE

Available late October, early November '19.

Brick and Iron home has 4 bedrooms, all with built in robes, main has carpet flooring and ensuite, 2 separate living areas, well equipped kitchen with dishwasher, gas hot plates, electric oven, separate pantry and lots of bench space plus open meals and dining areas, family bathroom with separate shower and bath, remainder of house has tile floors, all windows and glass doors have auto shutters.
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Described by the agent as 'FULLY FENCED 5 ACRES WITH A VIEW OF THE COUNTRY SIDE', 43 Acacia Retreat, Wundowie WA 6560 is a 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom house for rent by Lynda LLoyd from Real Estate Plus Mundaring. This property was listed for rent with a listing price of $450 Weekly.

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Wundowie

RENT GROWTH -7.4%
MED.RENT $250
POPULATION 1,352
Wundowie

The townsite of Wundowie is located in the Darling Range 72 kilometres east northeast of Perth and 31 kilometres west southwest of Northam. It is located adjacent to the original railway track from Perth to Northam, and in 1907 the Railways Department applied for a name for a newly constructed siding at the 53 Mile between Werribee and Karrijine. The name Wundowing was suggested by the Lands Department, and this was shortened to Wundowi by the Surveyor General.

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About Wundowie

The townsite of Wundowie is located in the Darling Range 72 kilometres east northeast of Perth and 31 kilometres west southwest of Northam. It is located adjacent to the original railway track from Perth to Northam, and in 1907 the Railways Department applied for a name for a newly constructed siding at the 53 Mile between Werribee and Karrijine. The name Wundowing was suggested by the Lands Department, and this was shortened to Wundowi by the Surveyor General.

In 1943 the government decided to commence preliminary work for a blast furnace and wood distillation plant at Wundowie, and to develop a townsite for the workers. Following the survey of lots in 1946 the townsite of Wundowie was gazetted in 1947. Wundowie derives its name from Woondowing Spring, an Aboriginal name for a nearby spring first recorded in 1874. The spelling for the siding was changed according to rules for spelling Aboriginal names adopted by the Lands Department. The meaning of the name is not known, but it has been suggested it may be derived from Ngwundow, meaning "to lie down".

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