Listing No: 4243678

7 Brindle Street, Coolbellup WA 6163

$320 Weekly

3 1 1 House
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Bond $1,280.00
Date Available 11-04-2016

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READY NOW PRICE REDUCED - BARGAIN FOR THIS 3 X 1 HOUSE JARRAH FLOORBOARDS

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In a great location tucked away in the corner by Stock Road and Winterfold Road in a lovely family friendly area just a hop skip & jump from Seton College.
This home has been freshly painted, refurbished, has 3 large bedrooms, large kitchen/meals, modern bathroom, ceiling fans, air conditioner, high ceilings, jarrah sealed floorboards throughout. This really is a fantastic property.
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Described by the agent as 'READY NOW PRICE REDUCED - BARGAIN FOR THIS 3 X 1 HOUSE JARRAH FLOORBOARDS', 7 Brindle Street, Coolbellup WA 6163 is a 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom house for rent by Cristina Ritacca from Collett Realty. This property was listed for rent with a listing price of $320 Weekly.

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Suburb Profile

Coolbellup

RENT GROWTH 8.1%
MED.RENT $335
POPULATION 5,323
Coolbellup

"Coolbellup" was recorded by AC Gregory in 1842 as the Aboriginal name of a lake in the area. Surveys by RM. King in 1877 showed the local name to be "North Lake" and both names were shown on plans. The feature is in fact the northernmost of the chain of Lakes lying between Mandurah and the Swan River. In 1954 most of the land west of the lake was resumed by the State Housing Commission and an intensive housing scheme was planned. A meeting in 1957 decided that the place should be called "Coolbellup" in preference to North Lake.

About Coolbellup

"Coolbellup" was recorded by AC Gregory in 1842 as the Aboriginal name of a lake in the area. Surveys by RM. King in 1877 showed the local name to be "North Lake" and both names were shown on plans. The feature is in fact the northernmost of the chain of Lakes lying between Mandurah and the Swan River. In 1954 most of the land west of the lake was resumed by the State Housing Commission and an intensive housing scheme was planned. A meeting in 1957 decided that the place should be called "Coolbellup" in preference to North Lake.

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Growth of Nearby Suburbs

North Lake 9.6%
Hilton 6.5%
Bibra Lake 1.9%