Listing No: 4217894

443 Hibiscus Street, Tom Price WA 6751

Sold: 09 Jun 2019 SOLD Save property

Sold Price: $315,000

4 2 3 House
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Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 2
Car Spaces 3
Land Area 806m2

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Close To Town Centre

Located just 900 meters from Town Centre you will find this well established and equipped with all the necessities for Tom Price with AIR CONDITIONING for those hot days and nights. There are three bedrooms with built in robes under the main roof and a fourth bedroom with own en-suite situated at the rear attached to the home. This brick and Iron home comprising of Lounge, Dinning and Kitchen will make the ideal work accommodation for the local area. There is a large patio at the rear with garden shed coupled with another covered carport parking for three cars at the front, so lots of space to get out of the sun. The property has well established gardens and is currently tenanted at $550 per week.
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Described by the agent as 'Close To Town Centre', 443 Hibiscus Street, Tom Price WA 6751 is a 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom house for sale by Rob French from Real Estate Express With Andy Brown. This property was listed for sale with a listing price of Sold Price: $315,000.

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Tom Price

GROWTH 8.0%
MED.PRICE $270,000
POPULATION 3,005
Tom Price

Tom Price is an iron mining town in the Pilbara region, 1458 kilometres north northeast of Perth and 89 kilometres north of Paraburdoo. Following the discovery and development of the iron mining industry in this area in the 1960s, a private townsite named Tom Price was established by Rio Tinto Southern Pty Ltd. It was officially named Tom Price Townsite in 1967, but was not a gazetted townsite until 1985. The townsite derives its name from Mount Tom Price, a mountain in the Hamersley Range named in 1962. The name Mount Tom Price was proposed by Rio Tinto Southern Pty Ltd after the late Mr Tom Price, a colleague of theirs who was involved in iron ore negotiations with the Premier of Western Australia in 1961. Mr Price was highly regarded and played an important role in the eraly development of the iron mining industry in the Pilbara.

About Tom Price

Tom Price is an iron mining town in the Pilbara region, 1458 kilometres north northeast of Perth and 89 kilometres north of Paraburdoo. Following the discovery and development of the iron mining industry in this area in the 1960s, a private townsite named Tom Price was established by Rio Tinto Southern Pty Ltd. It was officially named Tom Price Townsite in 1967, but was not a gazetted townsite until 1985. The townsite derives its name from Mount Tom Price, a mountain in the Hamersley Range named in 1962. The name Mount Tom Price was proposed by Rio Tinto Southern Pty Ltd after the late Mr Tom Price, a colleague of theirs who was involved in iron ore negotiations with the Premier of Western Australia in 1961. Mr Price was highly regarded and played an important role in the eraly development of the iron mining industry in the Pilbara.

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