Listing No: 4122765

55 Bradley Way, Lockridge WA 6054

Sold: 18 Aug 2019 SOLD Save property

Sold Price: $235,000

3 1 1 House
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Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Car Spaces 1

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SUPER VALUE - 3x1 on 728m2 zoned R20/50

This well presented three bedroom home is set in the best street of Lockridge. This home is lovely to look at with polished floorboards and a renovated kitchen. There is also development potential here - the block size is a comfortable 728 square meters and there is plenty of room to build at the rear while retaining the front house.
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Described by the agent as 'SUPER VALUE - 3x1 on 728m2 zoned R20/50', 55 Bradley Way, Lockridge WA 6054 is a 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom house for sale by Adam Bettison from HouseSmart Real Estate Pty Ltd. This property was listed for sale with a listing price of Sold Price: $235,000.

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Lockridge

GROWTH -15.2%
MED.PRICE $257,000
POPULATION 3,467
Lockridge

The suburb of Lockridge derives its name from a Swan valley property owned by the Hamersley family. The Hamersley's, a prominent colonial family owned a number of properties, and resided at Pyrton in what is now Eden Hill. Part of the Lockridge land became Pyrton Estate which the government developed for soldier settlement in the 1920's. The residential development in Lockridge was commenced by the State Housing Commission in 1969 when it purchased 240 acres for the purpose.

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The suburb of Lockridge derives its name from a Swan valley property owned by the Hamersley family. The Hamersley's, a prominent colonial family owned a number of properties, and resided at Pyrton in what is now Eden Hill. Part of the Lockridge land became Pyrton Estate which the government developed for soldier settlement in the 1920's. The residential development in Lockridge was commenced by the State Housing Commission in 1969 when it purchased 240 acres for the purpose.

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