Listing No: 4236260

5 Patula Place, Menora WA 6050

Sold: 19 Jun 2019 SOLD Save property

Sold Price: $1,370,000

4 2 2 House
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Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 2
Car Spaces 2

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Iconic Iwanoff

Built in 1969 and designed by the iconic architect Iwan Iwanoff, Frank House is not only a fine example of modernist architecture, but a house steeped with warmth and personality. Having been artfully restored and updated, this home mixes the old with the new and pays homage to an era gone but not forgotten.
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Described by the agent as 'Iconic Iwanoff', 5 Patula Place, Menora WA 6050 is a 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom house for sale by Danielle Geagea from Zsa Zsa Property. This property was listed for sale with a listing price of Sold Price: $1,370,000.

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Menora

GROWTH 19.0%
MED.PRICE $1,250,000
POPULATION 2,592
Menora

The suburb of Menora grew out of a large area generally referred to as Mount Lawley.  In 1954, the Nomenclature Advisory Committee, working with the Postmaster General established suburb names and boundaries for the inner metropolitan area.  The area of Menora was considered unnamed, and Menora was chosen as the name because of the Menora Picture Theatre located in Walcott Street within the area.  Another influencing factor in the choice of name was that Menora is the name of the Jewish seven branched candlestick, one of the oldest symbols of the Jewish faith, and this area has a strong Jewish influence.

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The suburb of Menora grew out of a large area generally referred to as Mount Lawley.  In 1954, the Nomenclature Advisory Committee, working with the Postmaster General established suburb names and boundaries for the inner metropolitan area.  The area of Menora was considered unnamed, and Menora was chosen as the name because of the Menora Picture Theatre located in Walcott Street within the area.  Another influencing factor in the choice of name was that Menora is the name of the Jewish seven branched candlestick, one of the oldest symbols of the Jewish faith, and this area has a strong Jewish influence.

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