Listing No: 4228671

95 Rookwood Street, Menora WA 6050

$895 Weekly

5 2 2 House
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Bond $3,580.00
Date Available 01-06-2019

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Everything you've dreamed, plus more!

HOME OPEN: SATURDAY 22nd JUNE - 9.30am to 10.00am

Have you been searching for a home that has everything? Look no further because this is it!!!

This stunning, renovated character home situated in the leafy streets of sought after Menora will be sure to impress. From the expansive front porch, to the stunning below ground pool with its waterfall feature and everything in between, you and your family will be left wanting for nothing!
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reiwa.com listing summary for 95 Rookwood Street, Menora

Described by the agent as 'Everything you've dreamed, plus more!', 95 Rookwood Street, Menora WA 6050 is a 5 bedroom, 2 bathroom house for rent by Debbie Marcello from Radi Estates. This property was listed for rent with a listing price of $895 Weekly.

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Menora

RENT GROWTH 56.3%
MED.RENT $750
POPULATION 2,592
Menora

The suburb of Menora grew out of a large area generally referred to as Mount Lawley.  In 1954, the Nomenclature Advisory Committee, working with the Postmaster General established suburb names and boundaries for the inner metropolitan area.  The area of Menora was considered unnamed, and Menora was chosen as the name because of the Menora Picture Theatre located in Walcott Street within the area.  Another influencing factor in the choice of name was that Menora is the name of the Jewish seven branched candlestick, one of the oldest symbols of the Jewish faith, and this area has a strong Jewish influence.

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The suburb of Menora grew out of a large area generally referred to as Mount Lawley.  In 1954, the Nomenclature Advisory Committee, working with the Postmaster General established suburb names and boundaries for the inner metropolitan area.  The area of Menora was considered unnamed, and Menora was chosen as the name because of the Menora Picture Theatre located in Walcott Street within the area.  Another influencing factor in the choice of name was that Menora is the name of the Jewish seven branched candlestick, one of the oldest symbols of the Jewish faith, and this area has a strong Jewish influence.

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