Listing No: 4240821

52b Bridge Street, Wilson WA 6107

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Land Area 318m2

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Last Riverfront Lot of It’s Kind on the Bridge!

This superbly positioned vacant building block of 318sqm offers you the dream opportunity to build your Dream home, to your exact standards, opposite the picturesque Canning River.

Abutting the Bridge Street Parklands + enjoy stunning views across the Canning River, you really couldn’t be any better positioned!
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WA 6107 is a land for sale by Linton Allen from Empire Property Solutions. This property was listed for sale with a listing price of Call for Details.
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Suburb Profile

Wilson

GROWTH -5.4%
MED.PRICE $500,000
POPULATION 6,376
Wilson

Development of the Wilson area began in 1954 when the State Housing Commission resumed some land and T.M. Burke Pty Ltd subdivided some adjoining land. In December 1954, the Canning Road Board proposed the area be named Wilson Park to commemorate Mr G.H. Wilson, a late member and Chairman of the Road Board for a period of 43 years and also an extensive landholder in the area, as the late member of Wilson and Johns Pty. Ltd. Florists and Nurserymen. This name was to apply to the overall area of both developments, but the State Housing commission wished to designate their area as Beeloo, an Aboriginal name recently adopted as the name of the local Electoral District. Dispute over the name continued for over three years, and it was not until January 1960 that the name Wilson was approved for the suburb.

About Wilson

Development of the Wilson area began in 1954 when the State Housing Commission resumed some land and T.M. Burke Pty Ltd subdivided some adjoining land. In December 1954, the Canning Road Board proposed the area be named Wilson Park to commemorate Mr G.H. Wilson, a late member and Chairman of the Road Board for a period of 43 years and also an extensive landholder in the area, as the late member of Wilson and Johns Pty. Ltd. Florists and Nurserymen. This name was to apply to the overall area of both developments, but the State Housing commission wished to designate their area as Beeloo, an Aboriginal name recently adopted as the name of the local Electoral District. Dispute over the name continued for over three years, and it was not until January 1960 that the name Wilson was approved for the suburb.

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Growth of Nearby Suburbs

Riverton 5.3%
Waterford 4.2%
Ferndale -3.4%