Listing No: 4231079

65 Leeuwin Road, Augusta WA 6290

$450,000

2 1 2 House
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Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Car Spaces 2
Land Area 1407m2

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Cosy Cottage on Big Block

This charming cottage is situated toward the southern end of Augusta, out near Flinders Bay and the new marina.

The home has two bedrooms with an open plan living area and a wide front veranda. The block is well fenced with a gate at the front and is across the road from the Leeuwin Naturaliste National Park which provides a nice outlook from the home as well as sense of space.
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reiwa.com listing summary for 65 Leeuwin Road, Augusta

Described by the agent as 'Cosy Cottage on Big Block', 65 Leeuwin Road, Augusta WA 6290 is a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom house for sale by John Stott from Augusta Real Estate First National. This property was listed for sale with a listing price of $450,000.

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Augusta

GROWTH -14.0%
MED.PRICE $460,000
POPULATION 1,382
Augusta

The most south westerly town in the state, Augusta was named by Gov. Sir James Stirling in May 1830. Until 2003 it was thought the name honoured Princess Augusta Sophia, second daughter of King George III and Queen Charlotte. In 2003 the book "James Stirling - Admiral and Founding Governor of Western Australia" by Pamela Statham Drew (UWA Press 2003) was published, and in it a letter by James Turner is referred to which states "a town is purposed to be built named Augusta, County of Sussex, in compliment to the Duke". Princess Augusta Sophia died unmarried, and the "Duke" is most likely the Duke of Sussex, Augustus Frederick (Hanover), the 6th son of George III. He married Lady Augusta Murray in 1793, but the marriage was deemed a violation of the Royal Marriage Act, and was declared null and void in 1794. He had children by her, and did not remarry until after she died on 5 March 1830. Lady Augusta Murray is most likely the person after whom Augusta is named.

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The most south westerly town in the state, Augusta was named by Gov. Sir James Stirling in May 1830. Until 2003 it was thought the name honoured Princess Augusta Sophia, second daughter of King George III and Queen Charlotte. In 2003 the book "James Stirling - Admiral and Founding Governor of Western Australia" by Pamela Statham Drew (UWA Press 2003) was published, and in it a letter by James Turner is referred to which states "a town is purposed to be built named Augusta, County of Sussex, in compliment to the Duke". Princess Augusta Sophia died unmarried, and the "Duke" is most likely the Duke of Sussex, Augustus Frederick (Hanover), the 6th son of George III. He married Lady Augusta Murray in 1793, but the marriage was deemed a violation of the Royal Marriage Act, and was declared null and void in 1794. He had children by her, and did not remarry until after she died on 5 March 1830. Lady Augusta Murray is most likely the person after whom Augusta is named.

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