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79 Darlot Street, Meekatharra WA 6642

Sold price: $40,000 Sold: 28 Aug 2019
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  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
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79 Darlot Street, Meekatharra WA 6642

MARVELOUS MEEKATHARRA

"EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST INVITED"

Meekatharra is the hub of the Murchison mining and pastoral region and with very good returns in the gold mining industry, the pastoral industry and mineral exploration in full swing property in Meekatharra makes sense.

Sure this three bedroom home will be sold 'as is' and sure it needs some work but for an owner/occupier or an investor it is a great buy.

Call Murray Fraser on 0407 381 371 to secure this property.

• Situated in the heart of the Murchison, mining, pastoral and tourism regions.
• Quarter acre block of 1012m2
• Three bedroom older style home
• Close to all town amenities
• Sold 'as is'
• Meekatharra is the major centre for the Murchison region

Property features

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Property snapshot by reiwa.com

This property at 79 Darlot Street, Meekatharra is a three bedroom, one bathroom house sold by Murray Fraser at Activewest Real Estate on 28 Aug 2019.

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Nearby schools

0.8km
55.0km
Karalundi College
  • Secondary
  • Non-government
108.6km
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Meekatharra overview

Meekatharra is a townsite in the Murchison goldfields, 765 kilometres north northeast of Perth. The townsite is 35 kilometres north northeast of Nannine where the first goldrush on the Murchison Goldfield occurred in 1890. It was not until late 1895, when three prospectors, Meehan, Porter and Soych, pegged a claim at "Meekatharra" that the place came to the attention of the mining world. Their claim was near Meekatharra Spring, the Aboriginal name of a watering point that had appeared on maps since 1885, and it is from this spring that the townsite's name is derived. It is believed that the name means, "place of little water".

By 1900 there had been sufficient growth at Meekatharra for the Meekatharra Progress Committee to write to the government requesting a townsite be declared. A surveyor inspected the site and felt it premature, but within a year the situation had changed, and lots were surveyed and land reserved for a townsite. The formal gazettal of the townsite took place in December 1903. A railway station was opened here in 1910, and it contained a large junction station, loco depot and trainsmen's barracks. A stationmaster was there until 1978 when the line was closed.

Meekatharra quick stats

High end $115k
Median $90k
Low end $83k
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79 Darlot Street, Meekatharra sold on 28/8/2019 for $40,000.

79 Darlot Street, Meekatharra is a 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom house.
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