Listing No: 4202794

79 BEAUMONT STREET, Menzies WA 6436

$8,500

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Land Area 1012m2

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Invest in the Mining Region of Menzies WA

Do you want a fantastic opportunity to secure a 1,012sqm block in the mining town of Menzies, then this 1/4 acre block demands your attention.

If you are looking for a change in lifestyle, escape the hustle and bustle, or simply a smart investment, come and do your prospecting here and buy
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WA 6436 is a land for sale by Sales Team from Raine & Horne Midland. This property was listed for sale with a listing price of $8,500.
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Menzies

GROWTH -55.9%
MED.PRICE $30,000
POPULATION 108
Menzies

The townsite of Menzies is located in the eastern goldfields, 728 kilometres east northeast of Perth and 132 kilometres north of Kalgoorlie. Gold was discovered in this area in 1894, and Mr Leslie Robert Menzies and John McDonald were the first to take up a lease here in October 1894, naming their lease the "Lady Shenton". It was a rich gold find, and the Mining Warden for the area recommended a townsite be declared in 1895, referring to the place as "Menzies" after the prospector. Menzies was an American born prospector who had sought gold in America, Africa and New Zealand, and came to Australia on behalf of a syndicate. The townsite was gazetted in August 1895.

About Menzies

The townsite of Menzies is located in the eastern goldfields, 728 kilometres east northeast of Perth and 132 kilometres north of Kalgoorlie. Gold was discovered in this area in 1894, and Mr Leslie Robert Menzies and John McDonald were the first to take up a lease here in October 1894, naming their lease the "Lady Shenton". It was a rich gold find, and the Mining Warden for the area recommended a townsite be declared in 1895, referring to the place as "Menzies" after the prospector. Menzies was an American born prospector who had sought gold in America, Africa and New Zealand, and came to Australia on behalf of a syndicate. The townsite was gazetted in August 1895.

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