Listing No: 4226994

8/12 Boyd Cres, Hamilton Hill WA 6163

$495 Weekly

2 2 2 Townhouse
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Bond $1,980.00
Furnished Unfurnished
Date Available 24-04-2019

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Island Style Residence with Panoramic Ocean Views!

This stunning Santorini inspired style home is on the top of the hill and located on the border of South Fremantle, with just a short stroll to the beach.
Imagine sitting on your outdoor lounge under a rooftop pergola with friends watching amazing sunsets on one side and moon rise on the other from Kwinana to Fremantle overlooking Rottnest, Carnac and Garden Islands.
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reiwa.com listing summary for 8/12 Boyd Cres, Hamilton Hill

Described by the agent as 'Island Style Residence with Panoramic Ocean Views!', 8/12 Boyd Cres, Hamilton Hill WA 6163 is a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom townhouse for rent by Danielle Harmer from dethridgeGROVES Real Estate. This property was listed for rent with a listing price of $495 Weekly.

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Hamilton Hill

RENT GROWTH -1.5%
MED.RENT $333
POPULATION 10,387
Hamilton Hill

The earliest known settler at Hamilton Hill was Sydney Smith, the agent of Captain George Robb. Robb arrived in Western Australia in 1830 and took up land south of Fremantle. During the next twelve months Smith was actively engaged in establishing Robb's farm. In a letter dated August 27th, 1830, he gives his address as Hamilton Hill.  The name Hamilton is derived from the Hamilton Ross Company of Cape Town which operated the "Leda", the ship that brought Robb and Smith to Western Australia. The founder of the company, Hamilton Ross, had been born in Galway, Ireland in 1775, into a family that had moved from Scotland about two generations prior to his birth. The first master of the "Leda" had been Captain John Northwood and several of Hamilton Ross's nephews were indentured to become master mariners on the "Leda", including Richard Hamilton Allen, whose son, William Hamilton Allen, later settled in Western Australia.

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The earliest known settler at Hamilton Hill was Sydney Smith, the agent of Captain George Robb. Robb arrived in Western Australia in 1830 and took up land south of Fremantle. During the next twelve months Smith was actively engaged in establishing Robb's farm. In a letter dated August 27th, 1830, he gives his address as Hamilton Hill.  The name Hamilton is derived from the Hamilton Ross Company of Cape Town which operated the "Leda", the ship that brought Robb and Smith to Western Australia. The founder of the company, Hamilton Ross, had been born in Galway, Ireland in 1775, into a family that had moved from Scotland about two generations prior to his birth. The first master of the "Leda" had been Captain John Northwood and several of Hamilton Ross's nephews were indentured to become master mariners on the "Leda", including Richard Hamilton Allen, whose son, William Hamilton Allen, later settled in Western Australia.

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