Listing No: 4032545

57A Fairfield Street, Mount Hawthorn WA 6016

Sold: 03 Sep 2018 SOLD Save property

Sold Price: $815,000

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Excellent block with the option of rear lane access and set in an elevated location in the heart of this sought after suburb with both a city and hills outlook. Convenience just doesn't get any better than this, with The Mezz shopping centre virtually on your doorstep and the vibrant Caf strip and speciality shops just down the road, public transport links in all directions, walking distance to Mt Hawthorn Primary and in the catchment zone for both Churchlands and Mt Lawley Senior High School.
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reiwa.com listing summary for 57A Fairfield Street, Mount Hawthorn

WA 6016 is a land for sale by Brett Charlwood from ACTON North. This property was listed for sale with a listing price of Sold Price: $815,000.
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Mount Hawthorn

GROWTH -4.2%
MED.PRICE $835,000
POPULATION 7,547
Mount Hawthorn

Close to Perth City, but removed enough to maintain its own suburbanised charm, Mount Hawthorn is a suburb lined with elegant townhouses and heritage buildings. Beautiful and laid back, Mount Hawthorn is a personable suburb that provides residents with an inner-city lifestyle with a yesteryear allure.

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About Mount Hawthorn

Close to Perth City, but removed enough to maintain its own suburbanised charm, Mount Hawthorn is a suburb lined with elegant townhouses and heritage buildings. Beautiful and laid back, Mount Hawthorn is a personable suburb that provides residents with an inner-city lifestyle with a yesteryear allure.

Life in Mount Hawthorn

With numerous cafes and restaurants within walking distance, there is plenty to do within the suburb without being overloaded. The social scene offered up by Mount Hawthorn includes The Paddington Ale House, The Jazz Cellar and The Oxford Hotel, while your shopping needs are taken care of with The Mezz and Tredway Shoes. There are local parks and also a moving war memorial at the Anzac Cottage, which was built in 24 hours back in 1916.

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