70 Song Place, Manjimup WA 6258

From $640,000
Under offer
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 3 Cars
  • Landsize 43,000m2
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FANTASTIC LIFESTYLE PROPERTY!!

This neat and tidy 10.5 acre property in the locality of Perup is the perfect tree change destination! If you are looking to escape the rat race, a property is close to bushland but something that offers creature comforts 70 Song Place has all of the qualities.

Set up for ease of use the property has a central lane way to access six well fenced paddocks, suitable for horses. The house is set back off of the road and is surrounded by landscaped gardens with mature shade trees.

Stepping inside the spacious kitchen invites you into the heart of the home. Equipped with plenty of bench space, storage and a 900mm oven this kitchen is a lovely space for the whole family to enjoy.

Space is not an issue in this home with a large lounge room as well as a second living area, which would make a great games room or activity area for the kids.

The master bedroom is at one end of the house which creates privacy and a sense of luxury with its oversized dimensions and wardrobe space. The bathroom is conveniently located to the bedrooms and has been updated with a beautiful timber vanity made from wood sourced from the property. There are three additional bedrooms.

Other features include:
- Excellent outdoor patio.
- Air conditioning plus a wood heater.
- Two 14,000L rainwater tanks and a 75,000L tank.
- Three bay shed with three phase power connected.
- Large hay shed.
- Round yard.
- Three dams.
- Solar panels.

If you are the outdoorsy type and are looking for a property that is move in ready call Alison today to view this fantastic property!

Disclaimer: The information contained in this website has been prepared by eXp Australia Pty Ltd ("the Company") and/or an agent of the Company. The Company has used its best efforts to verify, and ensure the accuracy of, the information contained herein. The Company accepts no responsibility or liability for any errors, inaccuracies, omissions, or mistakes present in this website. Prospective buyers are advised to conduct their own investigations and make the relevant enquiries required to verify the information contained in this website.

Property features

  • Air conditioned  
  • Carports 3

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This property at 70 Song Place, Manjimup is a four bedroom, one bathroom house listed for sale by Alison Rutten at exp AUSTRALIA.

For more information about Manjimup, including sales data, facts, growth rates, nearby transport and nearby shops, please view our Manjimup profile page.

If you would like to get in touch with Alison Rutten regarding 70 Song Place, Manjimup, please call 0421 477 818 or contact the agent via email.

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20.4km
Kearnan College
  • Combined
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Manjimup overview

The townsite of Manjimup is located in the south west, 304 kilometres south of Perth. Manjimup is an Aboriginal name said to be derived from "Manjin", a broad leafed marsh flag with an edible root valued as an article of diet by Aborigines. These plants apparently grew prolifically below a spring in the area. The earliest white settlers in this region were Charles Rose and Frank Hall in 1859. Hall's property passed to J. Mottram who named his homestead "Manjimup House" in the 1860s. Also, in 1863 a local brook was recorded by surveyor T. Treen as Manjimup Brook.

By the late 1890s demand for quality agricultural land in Western Australia focused attention on the heavily forested areas near Manjimup. A report by surveyor Terry in 1898 identified good land on the Wilgarup River, and an Agricultural Area was declared. There was also some demand for small lots, and in 1902 lots were surveyed near Balbarrup and it was decided to declare a townsite. The Nelson Roads Board nominated Manjimup as a name, and the townsite of Manjimupp was gazetted in 1903. The double "P" spelling was used because the Lands Department had adopted spelling rules for Aboriginal names where doubling a consonant shortened the following vowel (otherwise the pronunciation could have been Manjimoop).

In 1909 the government decided to extend the railway from Bridgetown to Wilgarup. The terminus of the line was to be close to the original Manjimup homestead, which is about 5 km west of the 1903 townsite. The proposed station was named Manjimup, and a subdivision was recommended at the site. The new townsite was named Manjimupp, and gazettal took place in 1910. The original Manjimupp was renamed to Balbarrup the same year. The locally accepted spelling however was Manjimup, and the double "P" was officially changed in 1915.The railway line was opened for traffic in 1911.

Manjimup quick stats

High end $420k
Median $345k
Low end $295k
12.2 %
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Nearby schools include East Manjimup Primary School, Kearnan College and Manjimup Education Support Centre.

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