Listing No: 4209210

64 Chiltern Avenue, Brookdale WA 6112

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High $200k's

4 2 2 House
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Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 2
Car Spaces 2
Land Area 400m2

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A lot better value than building

By the time you buy a block of land and build a 4x2 home on the block you'll be up for close to $400k or at least the high $300k's. Instead we have a a fully finished home built in 2012, roller shutters on the front windows, window treatments, floor coverings, established gardens, outdoor office/ gym, BBQ area, alfresco
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reiwa.com listing summary for 64 Chiltern Avenue, Brookdale

Described by the agent as 'A lot better value than building', 64 Chiltern Avenue, Brookdale WA 6112 is a 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom house for sale by Winston White from Heritage Realty. This property was listed for sale with a listing price of High $200k's.

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Suburb Profile

Brookdale

GROWTH -9.9%
MED.PRICE $249,000
POPULATION 2,941
Brookdale

Brookdale is a mixed-use suburb with rural and residential areas within its boundaries. Belonging to the City of Armadale, Brookdale was originally part of neighbouring suburb Wungong before separating in 1997. The suburbs history is relatively recent with development beginning in the early 1990s and accelerating between 1991 and 1996. 

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About Brookdale

Brookdale is a mixed-use suburb with rural and residential areas within its boundaries. Belonging to the City of Armadale, Brookdale was originally part of neighbouring suburb Wungong before separating in 1997. The suburbs history is relatively recent with development beginning in the early 1990s and accelerating between 1991 and 1996. 

Life in Brookdale

The lifestyle in Brookdale is of a relaxed suburban nature. Its landscape is defined by reserves and parks that provide plenty of open public space to enjoy, such as the Bronze Wing Reserve, Don Simmons Reserve, Fletcher Park and Powel Crescent Reserve. The commercial and amenity requirements of residents in Brookdale are largely served by facilities in neighbouring suburbs like Armadale and there is one local school in the area.

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