Listing No: 4218569

6400 Phillips Road, Mundaring WA 6073

From $539,000

3 1 House
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Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Land Area 2785m2

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Red Robin Cottage

Vintage charm, leadlight windows and a child’s magical, secret garden makes this three bedroom, one bathroom village cottage a true delight. Set on a 2 785 m2 block complete with a granite workshop, rustic chook pen, vege patches and fruit trees will allow you to enjoy a self-sufficient lifestyle whilst being in walking distance to everything Mundaring has to offer. Even the pub is a hop, skip and a jump down the road!
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WA 6073 is a 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom house for sale by Fiona Routley from The Agency. This property was listed for sale with a listing price of From $539,000.
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Mundaring

GROWTH 0.0%
MED.PRICE $575,000
POPULATION 3,041
Mundaring

Permanent settlement in Mundaring began in 1882-84 when Mr Peter Gugeri established a vineyard south of the Eastern Railway. Gugeri was born in London in 1845 and gained experience in the wine industry in Italy. The first railway siding at Mundaring was named after him and for some years the area was generally known as "Gugeris". A later settler, M H Jacoby, took over Gugeris' vineyards in 1893, and named the business the "Mundaring Vineyard Company". The name came from an Aboriginal camp situated nearby and the meaning given to Jacoby by the aborigines was "a high place on a high place". The correct pronunciation was "Mundahring" but common usage has gradually converted this to "Mundairing".

About Mundaring

Permanent settlement in Mundaring began in 1882-84 when Mr Peter Gugeri established a vineyard south of the Eastern Railway. Gugeri was born in London in 1845 and gained experience in the wine industry in Italy. The first railway siding at Mundaring was named after him and for some years the area was generally known as "Gugeris". A later settler, M H Jacoby, took over Gugeris' vineyards in 1893, and named the business the "Mundaring Vineyard Company". The name came from an Aboriginal camp situated nearby and the meaning given to Jacoby by the aborigines was "a high place on a high place". The correct pronunciation was "Mundahring" but common usage has gradually converted this to "Mundairing".

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