Listing No: 4241875

54b Scaddan Street, Bassendean WA 6054

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From $265,000

3 1 1 Duplex
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Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Car Spaces 1
Land Area 500m2

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BUS STOP OUT THE FRONT AND WALK TO TRAIN STATION

Very convenient location, especially if you like to utilise public transport. Bus stop right out the front, Bassendean Train Station a short walk up the road and Perth CBD approx 12km away.

Older style (1979 vintage) three bedroom, one bathroom duplex half on approx 500 m2. As you can see from the photos the property is in good condition but would definitely be a good candidate for a renovation.
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reiwa.com listing summary for 54b Scaddan Street, Bassendean

Described by the agent as 'BUS STOP OUT THE FRONT AND WALK TO TRAIN STATION', 54b Scaddan Street, Bassendean WA 6054 is a 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom duplex for sale by Rebecca Kantor from Ray White Swan City. This property was listed for sale with a listing price of From $265,000.

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Bassendean

GROWTH -3.5%
MED.PRICE $480,000
POPULATION 10,313
Bassendean

The name "Bassendean" was first recorded by Surveyor J.W. Gregory in 1841 as the name of 1455 acres for Mr. P. Brown, who had his homestead on the West Bank of Swan River. Peter Brown (or Broun) was WA's first Colonial Secretary in 1832 and apparently named his property on the Swan River after a family property in England, Bassendean in Berwickshire. This area was also previously known as West Guildford. A competition to choose a new name for the area was held in 1922, 2 school children nominated the name "Bassendean" after Peter Brown's property.

About Bassendean

The name "Bassendean" was first recorded by Surveyor J.W. Gregory in 1841 as the name of 1455 acres for Mr. P. Brown, who had his homestead on the West Bank of Swan River. Peter Brown (or Broun) was WA's first Colonial Secretary in 1832 and apparently named his property on the Swan River after a family property in England, Bassendean in Berwickshire. This area was also previously known as West Guildford. A competition to choose a new name for the area was held in 1922, 2 school children nominated the name "Bassendean" after Peter Brown's property.

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