Listing No: 4238652

7 Henderson Crescent, Australind WA 6233

$450 Weekly

4 2 2 Pets allowed House
Property snapshot
Bond $1,800.00
Furnished Unfurnished
Date Available 24-06-2019
Pets Allowed Yes

Executive Family Home with SHED

This huge family home is located in Twin Rivers estate, not far from the Estuary,
Rivers, shopping centre and several schools. Extra large and very well designed floor plan with spacious rooms and multiple living areas.
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reiwa.com listing summary for 7 Henderson Crescent, Australind

Described by the agent as 'Executive Family Home with SHED', 7 Henderson Crescent, Australind WA 6233 is a 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom house for rent by DAD Realty from DAD Realty. This property was listed for rent with a listing price of $450 Weekly.

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Suburb Profile

Australind

RENT GROWTH -2.8%
MED.RENT $345
POPULATION 14,539
Australind

The town of Australind is located on the shores of Leschenault Eastuary, 165 kilometres south of Perth and 12 kilometres northeast of Bunbury. In 1840 a company named the Western Australian Company was formed in England with the objective of purchasing lands in Western Australia and applying certain principles of colonisation and emigration as laid down by one of the Directors, Edward Gibbon Wakefield. The Company purchased 103,000 acres on Leschenault Inlet, and named the settlement proposed there "Australind", a combination of Australia and India. A grand town of 1,000 acres was planned and surveyed in 1840/41, but through causes beyond the control of settlers and despite the labours of the chief Commissioner, Marshall Waller Clifton, FRS, the achievement fell short of the expectations as an agricultural area. Within a few years most of the original settlers had drifted away, and the Western Australian Company was wound up in 1846. Little of the planned town was ever developed, and most of it was eventually re-subdivided.

About Australind

The town of Australind is located on the shores of Leschenault Eastuary, 165 kilometres south of Perth and 12 kilometres northeast of Bunbury. In 1840 a company named the Western Australian Company was formed in England with the objective of purchasing lands in Western Australia and applying certain principles of colonisation and emigration as laid down by one of the Directors, Edward Gibbon Wakefield. The Company purchased 103,000 acres on Leschenault Inlet, and named the settlement proposed there "Australind", a combination of Australia and India. A grand town of 1,000 acres was planned and surveyed in 1840/41, but through causes beyond the control of settlers and despite the labours of the chief Commissioner, Marshall Waller Clifton, FRS, the achievement fell short of the expectations as an agricultural area. Within a few years most of the original settlers had drifted away, and the Western Australian Company was wound up in 1846. Little of the planned town was ever developed, and most of it was eventually re-subdivided.

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Growth of Nearby Suburbs

Brunswick 20.7%
Roelands 20.6%
Leschenault 2.6%