70a Dwyer Street
South Boulder WA 6432
70a Dwyer Street, South Boulder
A great opportunity exists to get your foot into to the door of the housing market with this gem of a property. Neat and tidy, very well presented and set behind a high hedge and secure front fence, this house is a pleasant surprise when you step inside and is sure to impress. With an open plan living area consisting of a family room, dining area and large and bright kitchen with ample bench space, gas stove top & oven, fridge alcove there is plenty of space. The 3 large bedrooms all have robes with a large family bathroom and to the rear of the home is a large family or games room as a second living area. The outdoor areas do not disappoint either with a patio for outdoor entertaining, neat and tidy front and rear gardens. There is a garden shed as well. The home is completed with an evaporative air con to cool the property plus a tile fire to warm you in winter. With parking space for two vehicles behind the front gate, this home is very well maintained, well presented, well loved and very well priced and just waiting for it’s new family to unpack.
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The townsite of South Boulder is located in the eastern goldfields region, 595 kilometres east northeast of Perth. It is within the Kalgoorlie-Boulder urban area. Gold was discovered in this area in 1893, and the townsite of Boulder gazetted in 1896. As the area grew demand for land increased, and in 1898 the Ivanhoe Suburban Area was gazetted south of Boulder. In 1906 the Postmaster General's Department decided to establish a post office at Ivanhoe, but first requested the name be changed because of two established towns of this name in the eastern states. Local authorities suggested South Boulder as an alternative, and the South Boulder townsite was gazetted in August 1906. South Boulder derives its name from its location south of Boulder. Boulder in turn derives its name from a mine named "The Boulder" at Dashwoods Gully in South Australia.